Dealing with Inner-Team Conflict.

Posted on October 29th, 2012 in Blog.

Conflicts between teammates are the most dangerous challenges presented to any manager. Let it get out of control and the whole team could break apart. It’s not uncommon for players to refuse to turn up to training, or the matches themselves, if the environment turns toxic. And it’s not just the people directly involved in [...]

Enter our Giveaway Now!

Posted on October 28th, 2012 in Blog.

It’s your lucky day… We’re giving away 10 great quality footballs this month! All you need to do is win points through the widget below – you can do more tasks to win more points, and you can do these every day! a Rafflecopter giveaway Don’t forget, you can enter every day so keep checking [...]

What Alex Ferguson Can Teach You.

Posted on October 22nd, 2012 in Blog.

Sir Alex Ferguson is perhaps the greatest football manager in the world. Since the late 1980s he’s led Manchester United to consistent and constant glory. He’s built teams, broke teams, and built them up again. He’s unrivalled in titles, cups, and tournament wins, but where his legacy has been created is in the way he [...]

5 Tips For Arranging The Perfect Game

Posted on July 12th, 2012 in Blog.

Arranging the perfect game is an art in itself. Managers at the top level don’t really get to organise their own games, but those at lower levels can really have an impact on what happens and when. Granted, the perfect game would involve a last ditch effort with ten seconds to go, and yet sadly [...]

What It Means To Be a Team Player

Posted on July 5th, 2012 in Blog.

A team player is something that’s hard to be. It can involve a great many things, including a removal of some of that vital ego. But being a team player is more important due to the fact that if nobody acts as a team player then there’s no team. It’s just a team of individuals [...]

Why Managing a Team is More Than Just Arranging Games

Posted on June 28th, 2012 in Blog.

Ok, so a manager might believe that they are using some sort of special skill to arrange games. The truth is they aren’t. Anyone can arrange games and this could be a player, a supervisor, a teacher, or anybody else. Arranging games is not really what a manager does. Yes, they might take over those [...]

What to Do When Your Game is Rained Off

Posted on June 21st, 2012 in Blog.

Perhaps the worst thing that can happen when you’re anxiously awaiting your game, is that it’s rained off – and with the unpredictable British weather, you need to be prepared.. If the game is rained off then an important decision has to be made. If the game is rained off then it’s important that the [...]

How Online Sports Team Management Makes Running A Team Easy

Posted on April 14th, 2012 in Blog.

Everything is moving online these days, so why not sports team management too? Many more managers and teams all across the world are now opting to move their management efforts away from bulging filing cabinets to the online world. Sports team management is now made easy by the fantastic benefits which online services like these [...]

4 Things Superman Can Teach You About Managing A Sports Team

Posted on April 7th, 2012 in Blog.

Superman is a cool guy, he goes around fighting crime and making his own TV shows and films, but how can he cross over into the realm of sports to help you manage a sports team? Well he can’t teach you how to jump over a building or battle Lex Luthor, but some of his [...]

Why Sport and Life Go Together Like A Pie And A Pint

Posted on March 31st, 2012 in Blog.

Some sports have unfortunately being stereotyped as a place to go for a cheap laugh, a place to get violent, or as a reason to get drunk in the bar after the game, whereas other sports have gained the stereotype as being full of snobs. It’s sad, but they are only stereotypes. Yes, it’s a [...]

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