The major strength is looking at football from a different angle with a broader perspective than standard approaches focusing on relatively simple tools for application
The volume is a new approach to look to shift football theory away from solely performance analysis
The first book of its kind to examine football psychology through the lens of Analytical psychology
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 256
Weight: 660 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 mm
"Soul Coaching Practice: A must read for football and soccer coaches around the world."
Steven Means, Defensive End for the Atlanta Falcons - Super Bowl Winner and Voted the Atlanta Falcon's NFL Man of the Year Award winner
"Football and the psychology of football is a very well trodden path. However, work such as this is a new in the field of depth psychology. This is a valuable contribution to a new area and should be considered by all deep thinking sports practitioners coaches and players. In an age where rational data driven statistical analysis has become tired and redundant, this is a fresh approach that can compliment the contribution made by earlier cognitive ideas and philosophies."
David Burston, Psychological Care and Healing
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