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Love this article Andy. I see new coaches coming through the system year on year and your tips are so relevant and accurate. I try to tell new coaches to not be afraid of making mistakes as a planned activity is better than having nothing. I also think your point on being a role model is great...#HappyCoachesHappyPlayers

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Rich Aley said:

Some great tips here - thanks for the post - I think the "not being afraid of making mistakes" comment from Gareth is spot on too - I have seen coaches try to cover mistakes up - the participants always know - I have always tried to say to my groups "yep - I got that wrong - this is what we need to do/I should have said..." etc

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