For many aspiring football players – and young strikers in particular – the New South Wales PL1 football rep trials can be a stressful time.
At the peak of her career, retired American footballer Mia Hamm was often asked the question in interviews, “What’s the most important thing for a soccer player to have?” To which she always answered, “Mental toughness”.
The 2019 Women’s World Cup has drawn to a close and many teams are celebrating broken records and outstanding player achievements.
As we approach the halfway mark of the 2019 Women’s World Cup and games become more intense, there are a number of teams celebrating outstanding wins, great sportsmanship and the incredible skill and precision to come out of some of the world’s be
Australia’s national team, The Matildas, are gearing up for what is said to be the most exciting World Cup series in the history of women’s football.
The strikers and attackers are the match winners.
You and your team have worked hard all season. You’ve won game after game, scored goal after goal, and it’s paid off; you’ve made it to the finals! You’re all excited, and you deserve to be.
Confidence, that universal intangible that most of us admire so much in others and often crave ourselves. When challenged with even the more mundane scenarios like speaking in public or attending a job interview we all look for confidence.