OnTheBallBlog sat down with young and ambitious upcoming football player Michael Glassock. Michael is a former Central Coast Mariners Player who has also spent time learning his trades for Hong Kong Premier League side Pegasus FC. Michael brings so much experience for being 21 years old and this blog is about his journey and how he has gotten to where he is today.
This week here at OnTheBallBlog, we look back at what an amazing year it has been for Edgeworth Eagles FC, what we achieved and how we won both the Minor and Major Premiership. What an outstanding year for the club as a whole and on a personal note for some of the things I have achieved along the way. Do you want to become a better footballer and always wanting to improve your game? Well, be sure to click the link below and read our latest blog. Be sure to stay up to date with all our future posts which are shared weekly by clicking the follow button below.
This week on OnTheBallBlog, we sat down and talked every possible way to become a better football player from a strength and conditioners perspective. Sports Scientist and Strength/Conditioning Coach, Alex Berger shares his professional insight into what key attributes can mold a footballer into a better athlete. Alex has built his trade in amongst clubs like Millwall Lions FC, Charlton Athletic FC, Leister City FC and West Brom Albion FC. He has help developed players amongst the academy programs, to conditioning fist team players in the Premier League. Be sure to check out our latest blog below and click the follow button for future content.
“Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing.” - Vince Lombardi. In the world of sport, there are only two outcomes which are achievable, that is winning and losing. Nobody has the natural desire to lose, but others want to be winners more than others. It's about making your actions stronger then your words showing that [...]
It’s very interesting when asking around and understanding what drives a football to succeed. Everybody has their own individual reasons as to why they play football. There always is a different aspect of wanting to play the game. It could be; love, passion, fame, money, or appreciation of the game. Like I said everyone has [...]