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Scott Forbes No.1 Fan
Staff member
Dec 21, 2003
This seems to pop up from time to time about our strikers not having an actual striking coach. Graham Coughlan taking striking drills and having PB as our manager who is allegedly a defensive expert, who should take our strikers for the drills? Have we ever actually had a coach who would work with our strikers? I don't remember us ever having one specifically but do you think we could benefit from having one? We have people in roles we have no clue as to what we do surely we need a striking coach as its been noticed as our strikers struggle.

Ian Wright used to part time at MK Dons as their striking coach, don't know why the club don't do something similar. Maybe offer an ex striker looking at getting into coaching that chance.