Growing up I played at a variety of levels where I also attended various trials, the experience was fantastic but unfortunately I never received feedback on how to improve my game, this become very frustrating as I didn’t know where to improve. After many trials I grew frustrated with my treatment and lost confidence in myself, because of this I unfortunately ended up leaving football.
After years away from the game I luckily rekindled my love of the game coaching youth football, where I started at a fantastic grassroots club allowing opportunity for all players and giving the coaches opportunity to advance, I still have a strong connection with this club. Since then I have worked with development and professional clubs. Within these clubs I have worked with a variety of age ranges and abilities, regardless the stature of the club, my priority has been to focus on the psychological aspect of each player.