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Millingtanos
Hi, I have created a coaching resource for grass roots football coaches and I would be interested in your thoughts in regards to it supporting them deliver using TGFU. Would you be willing to have a look and feedback? Thanks,Simon
19/11/15
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edcope1
Ed Cope said:
Hi Simon, thanks for the comment. And of course, send it over. My email is Ed.Cope@hull.ac.uk. Many thanks, Ed
19/11/15
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Stucrampton
me thought provoking questions and many things that resonate about my own experiences. As a teacher and a coach I've realised that asking the right questions is often the hardest part of coaching tgfu,
22/11/15
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