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Jon Woodward said:

Interesting blog Matt. I think coaching, whether elite or talent development, is changing. The need to adapt is ever present, and having stepped back into a talent development environment recently, I have seen massive changes there, but often one thing remains - the expectation still to do more outside of the 'coaching' hours. Being a coach at any level requires great commitment and dedication, but the unseen hours are often the ones that can be the most vital, but the most unrecognised. Sam Allardyce's recent resignation from Crystal Palace emphasises your point, and I do agree with you around the shorter term, more consultant based coaches becoming more commonplace. The likes of Ferguson and Wenger (when he eventually goes!) will never happen again - either from a results based scenario, or a general well being for the coach.

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