Frazer talks about his journey in the game so far.
The importance of putting the hours in on the training pitch and learning your trade
Coming out of your comfort zone and coaching in another country
The success and philosophy of "The Right to Dream Academy"
Gary speaks about his influences growing up.
Early Influences of his fathers and older brother and how being a center-half was in the Genes.
Pushing to catch up and pass his brother
The power to strive to do better and more.
How a gift from his mother helped him remember to strive for the right things
The power of a good network around you influences your standards as a person and a player.
Allan Irvine’s huge influence on him in his football education
The massive learning from Gordon Strachan and Roberto Martinez
The challenge of transitioning from player to coach
His passion and enjoyment of coaching on the grass and helping develop players.
Speaking with Dundee Manager James McPake
The coaches and players that have influenced him as a player moving through Positions
The coaches that really spurred his interest in coaching from 24-25.
The power of asking questions to develop your knowledge of the game.
How different coaches styles gave him an incredible football education
The evolution of coaching in Scotland and the amount of information top players expect now from their coach.
The importance of having good people around you as a manager or head coach
The strength of being able to ask for advice.
The power of having a close-knit staff team.
The importance of learning how to deal with defeat as a manager and the process of coming through it and how that can make or break you as a manager
European Cup Winners Cup Winner and respected coach Eric Black talks about his journey in the game.
From signing from Aberdeen as a youth to lifting the European Cup Winners Cup in Gothenburg
Eric talks about the changing face of coaching and some great lessons for all coaches here.
Roma u17 Head Coach shares about how his football philosophy developed through his youth and then his own coaching philosophy.
The importance of the coach-player relationship
The importance of Emotional Intelligence to a coach
Inverness C.T. Head of Youth Charlie Christie talking about his life in the game as player, manager, head of Youth Development.
Charlie talks about the influence of the street league growing up in Inverness and how that experience shaped his attitudes to football and life.
The power of being part of a dressing room where you wanted to play for the manager and felt you could tale on anyone.
The challenges of moving from player to coach and the coaches who have influenced his coaching philosophy.
His pride in Ryans attitude and success in the game
The importance of drive, resilience and hard work in a modern player
Shelley talks about her love of the game for nurtured from an early age and how family and among others school teachers nurtured this.
How early mentors inspired and challenged her to develop her thinking.
The importance of being process-driven and transparent with your thinking
And to all to remember to 'Enjoy It and Have Fun"
Don MacNaughton Talks with Steven Ferguson and Stuart Kettlewell
Speaking with Ross County Co-Managers Steven Ferguson & Stuart Kettlewell
How their natural approach of leaving the “ego” behind allows them to communicate and work well together in the joint role
How being clear between them nailing the non - negotiable’s within the group were vital for success
The power of players buying into the culture of the club and the area.
How to use “Room 101” to learn and improve your Coaching
In this episode Kenny talks of his passion for the game from an early age playing behind the goals as a kid and the magic of street football.
Loving the feeling of the ball hitting the back of the net when as kids you were able to get a shot of playing in the real nets.
The big influence Donald Park had on his development from when he was 12 years old
How he learned to relish higher demands being placed on him and how it led to him playing at the highest level and always want to go as far as he can go.
How to play at a big club you need to be able not just survive but thrive under pressure
The importance of the relationship and respect between the coach and player
His belief on focusing on the "process" for consistent success always asking the question "how do we win"
How "WALTER Smith" got the best out of him
And the key lesson he learned from Mark Warburton
The importance of asking yourself on not just how can you can get better but how you can help others get better on a daily basis.
“You can get given ideas but it’s up to you , when you're on the pitch you learn the most “
Robby speaks about his journey from when the Girvan youth team needed a keeper and his Dad encouraged him to give it a go and how he loved the position from then.
The influence of the key coaches
How they helped him see the big picture during his teenage yeats
The intensity of a keeper role and the importance of the mental side and patience.
How going on loan helped him develop his game against the physical and mental challenge of keeping clean sheets in a competitive league.
How experience helps you to see the pictures unfolding on the pitch and you become, sharper and quicker and your decision making improves.
How the keeper is now a key leadership position becoming the spare man good with the ball at your feet and sharp in the head
And more than anything... “ if you enjoy what you're doing you will do it better “
Scotland under-21 Captain Ross McCrorie talking about the ups and downs of his journey as part of the Rangers Academy.
How you need to be mentally prepared to take your chance as you never know when it will be presented
How important family support is helping you get you through the tough times.
The importance of the mental side to developing your football talent
Making his "debut" for Rangers at Fir Hill then another debut in the nets in front of 40k at Ibrox.
How football is the best job in the world and you have to just go out wherever and do your best whatever position you are playing in.
Yogi talking about his experiences playing and how he formed his coaching ethos
His love of the game, the process and how he will never change his philosophy
The quite brilliant analogy of teams as "Bulls and Matadors"
The key distinction between "coaching: and "teaching" and when to do each.
A man to listen to if you want to learn how to develop and implement a ball playing passing game throughout a club.
The Legendary Scottish journalist and broadcaster discusses how football has changed through the decades and what makes a good manager a great manager with what he describes as the "Lou Reed Factor"
If you love football this one is not to be missed.