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How to Help Injured Athletes

There are two types of athletes. Those who are injured and those aren’t injured yet. So which athletes are most likely to be injured and how can we

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A Sports Psychologist's Guide to Player Celebration

There is something unique and special about the feeling one gets from scoring a goal. In the first few seconds after the ball crosses the line,

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A Sports Psychologist's Guide to Fan Celebration

There is something unique and special about the feeling one gets from scoring a goal. In the first few seconds after the ball crosses the line,

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Perfect Penalties - A Sports Psychologist's Guide

The Perfect Penalty

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Penalties: Myths V Facts - A Sports Psychologist's Guide

Forty-two years ago, at Euro 1976, we saw the first major international tournament decided by penalties. Czechoslovakia beat Germany 5-3 with one

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Sports Psychology and the Pressure of Knock Out Football

What is the hallmark of a World Cup champion? What is the difference between champions and their less successful opponents? What do these

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Football Sports Psychology For Parenting Youth Footballers

Parenting Youth Footballers

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Football Sports Psychology - Fear of Failure

How England Can Overcome Their Fear Of Failure

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Playing Brilliant Football – A Sport Psychologist's Guide

What are the key ingredients for a brilliant footballing performance? How do the world’s best footballers continue to break down barriers and push

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World Cup All Time Records

1 – All Time World Cup Goal Scorer

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