Saracens and South Africa scrum-half Neil de Kock highlights rapport as the key to being a good coach.
I think the report coach has with his players obviously knowledge is a key aspect coaches have to know what they're doing. But to be able to transfer those skills and that knowledge over to a group of players are all different is a unique skill and to be able to relate to certain guys who are very different to other guys and was quite so most of all the thing is it's related to every play individually and transferring that knowledge across as we speak.
Confident players have the will and desire to perform. Wales seemed to have lost their way with players looking deflated and lacking leadership, create an environment where players know what is expected of them and develop those skills
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We all prefer to have enjoyable training sessions. By including small-sided game and skills challenges, you provide more opportunities for your players to succeed, which in turn increases the enjoyment and benefit of the session.
Get selection right and you will have a vibrant, busy, energised and happy rugby club but get it wrong and your whole club could be on a slippery slope. International coaches can loose their jobs but it is just as important for club coaches to take the time to understand how important this can be
Ben Youngs and Lee Mears describe what they think are the essential ingredients that make up a fun and productive rugby session.
Both were taking part in an England Rugby coaching challenge with schoolchildren in the build up to the 2012 Six Nations.