London, England
Tuesday 22nd January 2013
On Wednesday evening, 23rd January, 2013 at 20:00 (GMT), Alan McCall will present a live on-line seminar on the "Application of Science in Football".  

The seminar, or webinar, hosted by Human Performance Global is free to attend by clicking on the link below:

Alan is a sports scientist, currently working with Lille FC, in France & has previously worked with Liverpool FC, Glasgow Celtic & North Queensland Fury.  

After studying Sport & Exercise Science at Edinburgh's Napier University, Alan continued his studies in Australia, attaining his MSc in Exercise Science at Edith Cowan University.  Whilst in the southern hemisphere he gained experience with the oval ball, completing internships with clubs in rugby union, rugby league & Aussie rules football before moving back to Scotland, to take up a role with Glasgow Celtic FC.

Alan will discuss the linking of theory & practice of science in soccer, addressing the objectives & methods of application of the theoretical models.  Alan is a very forward thinking practitioner & enjoys exploring the progressions in sports physiotherapy as well as other aspects of performance development, so for those professionals operating in different fields, I am sure you will enjoy Alan's presentation just as much as the sports scientists in the audience will.

We look forward to welcoming you, from the comfort of your own computer, on Wednesday evening!

Meeting Information      
Name:The Application of Science in Football
Summary:This webinar will establish the linking of theory and practice of science in football (soccer). The main themes will be Objectives, Methods and Application. The presenter is Alan McCall MSc, Lille FC in France. He has previously worked with Liverpool, Glasgow Celtic & North Queensland Fury.
Start Time:01/23/2013 8:00 PM
Number of users in room:0
Access:Anyone who has the URL for the meeting can enter the room
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