Soccer Nova Scotia You Beauty Podcast
In this week's episode, Nkem and Tyler teach us about: Black History in Nova Scotia Playing soccer as the only Black players on the team Positives of having a Black coach as a role-model within their playing journeys
In this week’s episode, Brad and I make sense of: The lead up to the decision to cancel formalized competition structures for Summer 2020 Attempting to find footing to move forward within an uncertain time Risk,
In this week's episode, Wil and I make sense of: Wil's relationship to sport and soccer Volunteerism in sport What children are missing What children are not missing What parents are missing Using the principle of,
Today we connect with Mike Whyatt, Executive Director at Halifax City Soccer Club. We chat about: What is a club? Developing an organization that is doing more than only providing soccer programs.
Well, wouldn't you know it Soccer Nova Scotia? We are actually in season 5. - The first episode in this year's slew of podcasts shines a light on Linday van Kessel, a community leader & champion out of Hebbville, Nova Scotia.
Nova Scotia, we are back! To connect, to engage, to entertain, to make sense of our current reality. Looking forward to the dialogue ahead.
Season 4 Episode 3 (S4Ep3) is with Scott Firth (HFX Wanderers) on his current journey as Nova Scotia youth player to CPL professional player . Listen to Mike Whyatt (Soccer Nova Scotia Director of Development) & Scott chat about the following: -
Season 4 Episode 2 (S4Ep2) is with Gordon Maclelland (Working with Parents in Sport) on the bridging the relationship between club/coach & parent. Listen to Mike Whyatt (Soccer Nova Scotia Director of Development) and Gordon chat about: -
Season 4 Episode 1 (S4Ep1) is with Julia Burton (Grassroots Development Manager) on the hot topic of Skill Centres. Listen to Mike Whyatt (Soccer Nova Scotia Director of Development), Julia chat about the following: -
Season 3 Episode 6 (S3Ep6) is with UDFC staff: Adam Miller (Director of Soccer), Mesut Mert (Director of Performance) & Zach Bauld (Director of Skill Centres). Listen to Mike Whyatt (Soccer Nova Scotia Director of Development),