About Each Game As It Comes

Hello, welcome to Each Game As It Comes, a content-filled website written (mainly) by a football player, coach, fan, and now blogger. Since starting to play the game at an early age and watching his first live game at the age of 9, he’s been hooked on the sport. It’s fair to say, the game of football brings forth so much debate, passion, opinion, particularly here in the UK. Hopefully this site adds to this and more.

Some further details below:

Playing the Game: As a player of limited ability, but a decent level of fitness, at 40+ years old, still playing regular Saturday football (Intermediate Level).

Coaching the Game: UEFA B qualified coach with experience in both adult mens and ladies football.

Watching the Game: Supporting and despite playing on a Saturday, season ticket holder at Watford. Born next door to the ground – local team and all that.

Guest posts are welcome, please get in touch if you wish to contribute to the site.

We hope you enjoy the blog, and feel free to join in the debate!

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England v Iceland – the morning after the night before – a few thoughts

England v Iceland – the morning after the night before – a few thoughts

By on June 28, 2016 in Comment with No Comments

Back in 2014, we looked at the aftermath of a failed World Cup performance from the England national team and tried to look forward to how things could improve for the next international tournament.

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Quique Sánchez Flores – Some Thoughts

Quique Sánchez Flores – Some Thoughts

By on May 14, 2016 in Comment, Watford FC with No Comments

Yesterday, Watford Football Club announced that Head Coach Quique Sánchez Flores would be leaving the club following the last game of the 2015/6 season against Sunderland.

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How to eliminate your parents’ crazy sideline coaching

How to eliminate your parents’ crazy sideline coaching

By on May 10, 2016 in Coaching with 1 Comment

You spend so much time committed to your craft of coaching. You put hours into planning training sessions, developing your players and preparing for matches. You are an expert in your field. How frustrating is it to step onto the pitch for a match only to hear your players’ parents trying to coach them from […]

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The Emergency Action Plan

The Emergency Action Plan

By on April 6, 2016 in Coaching with No Comments

In the UK you are probably aware that to keep a valid coaching qualification, a coach needs to renew their both their Safeguarding Children and Emergency Aid certificates every three years.

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Chris Ramsey Coaching Session – Closing Down

Chris Ramsey Coaching Session – Closing Down

By on March 17, 2016 in Coaching with No Comments

For an introduction to the world of Premier League management, Chris Ramsey could hardly have asked for a bigger or more unforgiving challenge than taking the reins at Queens Park Rangers in early 2015.

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