PEOffice is teaming up with KeysToReferee to bring you an exclusive Q&A with elite former Premier League referees at 3pm today.
Former head of the PGMOL (refereeing body) Keith Hackett, who also refereed the 1981 FA Cup Final, will be fronting the session.
This week he will be joined by special guests, Roger Dilkes and Mark Halsey. Click here to sign up.Read More
When you are experimenting with team formations, playing with a lone striker is an option that can be used in various situations – often as a tactic for increased defensive stability or maybe because a striker gets injured and there are limited substitute options.Read More
Rugby League or Union: do you have a preference? These two types of rugby have as many differences as similarities, making each sport entirely different to watch or play.
However, there are some fundamental factors which are common to both, with certain skills benefiting players of either sport. Here’s a closer look at providing effective skills coaching which would be useful for both forms of rugby.Read More
Technology has had such a positive impact on so many parts of our lives, so why shouldn’t we make use of it to enhance our sports teaching experience?
Coaching can be a rewarding but often stressful experience, and if technology can help make your job a little easier then why not go for it?Read More
Teaching a group how to pass the relay baton can prove to be an exercise in slowing down as much as it is speeding up the changeover. To properly develop technique, young athletes need to be walked through the process.Read More
When your team is on the court, how many times is the ball landing in the centre of the ring? If you’re not taking every opportunity to score goals, it’s going to be much more difficult to win matches, particularly against a challenging opponent.Read More