To date, Michael has built up substantial experience and expertise in coaching through his three-year degree at the University of Brighton, specialising in Sport and Exercise Science with Physical Education, in addition to previous employments in full time teaching roles in the UK.
It’s clear that Michaels passion in life is sports. Michael believes that it has been a major part of his life and a key factor as to why he has pursued a career in sports coaching.
Michael enjoys coaching and playing a variety of sports, however his main interest is football.
Michael represented both his School and College football teams whilst growing up, encountering opposition including Hong Kong U15 national side and also Malta U17 national side. Michael also played in the first-team for Futsal at The University of Brighton for 3 years, consistently playing against the top universities in the UK.
“To me having the opportunity to coach is amazing and I believe patience is a key factor when working with early years.
Throughout my Minisport sessions I use a ‘play not push’ coaching style which allows the children to improve their sporting ability, without feeling under unnecessary pressure. Enjoying sports and having fun is what it is all about.
At an early age, it is crucial for children to develop their physical and social wellbeing - and that’s really where our Minisport team excels.”