Sunday 14th June 2020
For those that attended (or watched the recording) of the Gary and Colin Lewin event, here is the report they talked about.
Football can be volatile and unstable. The average tenure for a manager in the English Premier League is 14.5 months. While traditionally, medical teams have been more stable and generally less likely to be affected by managerial changes (unlike fitness and performance staff), times are changing. Almost half of the 20 current English Premier League teams changed either their first team doctor or lead physiotherapist in the last 3 years. The impact of constant changes can affect the medical staff’s ability to create a stable environment and take care of player welfare, where trusting relationships with players are key.
Read the report written by Gary and Colin Lewin here:
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