Will You Manage?: The Necessary Skills to Be a Great Gaffer

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Profile Books, 2010 - Sports & Recreation - 248 pages
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Whatever sport it is, people always think they know better than the coach. Musa Okwonga breaks down the job of soccer management into its different components and shows exactly what skills the great coaches have. He interviews a number of key managers on the scene and provides essential tips for fantasy soccer success.

Musa Okwonga is an award-winning writer from south London. He is a regular blogger forThe New York Times.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Obsession
15
Vision
43
Case study 1
70
Presence
77
Strategy
91
Case study 2
117
Communication
121
Empathy
144
Luck
175
Diplomacy
186
Resilience
209
Bibliography
233
Index
235
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\Musa Okwonga is an Oxford University graduate who since then has practised both law and soccer, with the emphasis on the latter. He won the Junior Bridport Prize for fiction in 1994, for poetry in 1995, and the WH Smith Young Writers competition a year later. He lives in South London.

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