Insights From the Top of the Game - Coerver Coaching ACT Coach Adam Castle - FIFA Women's World Cup

Some Insights From the Top of the Game - Coerver Coaching ACT Coach Adam Castle - FIFA Women's World Cup

1. What is your current role with the FWWC and what does it entail?

I’m the FIFA Team Liaison Officer for Nigeria. The role works between FIFA and the team to assist with anything and everything the team needs from transport, daily schedules, accomodation, training arrangements and delivering the team to the stadium for matches.

2. How have you the FWWC so far?

I think the standard has been great. The move to expand to a 32 team format has added a a great element and it’s exciting to see new debutants. It’s the most competitive one yet.

3. Tell us about your time with Coerver Coaching?

I loved my time as a Coerver Coach, the thing that was most striking to me was the leaps participating players made after a program or an academy, they just got better and better in front of your eyes. Coerver gives players a set of tools that will enhance their game.

I made some great friends and I’ve enjoyed following those players who went onto professional football or just enjoyed club football as better players.

4. In your opinion would the Coerver curriculum be applicable to players of the FWWC?

One of the best things about Coerver Coaching is that its methods are ageless. Whether you are a junior playing club football or playing in a World Cup it can always make you sharper and a better player.

5. Why would you recommend the Coerver program are the main benefits for players and coaches?

Club coaches do a great job and we are grateful for them but if you want to really improve you need to focus on building the foundational skills of the game. Coerver Coaching will only make you better as a player or a coach.