Tag Archives: Hockey Hierba

Where are we heading? | Australia 2.0

Looking back to the World Cup in Den Haag: what a beautiful, well organized, colorful and massive tournament. Hopefully a turning point for this exquisite sport! Lately, mostly in the last decade hockey suffered innumerous changes, some for the benefit of the game and others for the sake (need) of a bigger popularity around the […]

Cognitive Abilities

I wanted to write something focussing on coaching female sports because I thought it would be something that could help encourage non-playing team members to spend more time with women, an area of sport that is growing every day but still has so much more potential to discover. I thought this article would be something […]

Not being afraid to throw the textbook out the window

It is important for goalkeepers to have polished technique, but there is a case in argument for the goalkeeper in hockey having forgotten how important it is just to battle and keep the ball out the goal. The modern goalkeeper in a lot of mainstream sports may be incredibly well drilled, dieted and psychologically sound […]

The goalkeepers goalie

Today we have an opinion piece from the English Daniel Grim, that is an enthusiastic writer and focus his analysis in goalkeeping. Dan is also a OBO KR columnist and share his thoughts about the misinterpretation of some goalkeepers ability. Within the “goalkeeper’s union”, the community of goalie fellowship, the band of brothers of the […]

‘Slapping in every occasion?’ by Arseni Sañe

The experienced Catalonian coach Arseni Sañe (Terrassa, 1970)  share his vision about the misuse of passing techniques in the youth stages, particularly in Spain. Arseni has build a solid career as a player of the first team and coach of several youth teams in Atlètic Terrassa Hockey Club, current superstars like Santi Freixa or Roc […]