Coach Chat with Bernardo Fernandes - Indoor hockey: basic tactics and dynamics

Bernardo Fernandes Bernardo Fernandes has walked a different path from most coaches. Born in Portugal he moved to the Netherlands to coach, next came Belgium and these day you can find him in Germany. But of course he stayed in touch with his homeland where he is the national team coach for indoor hockey. While coaching he founded Self Pass which we all know from fascinating videos, cool hockey stuff and the occasional column sharing his vision. And yes, he also co-founded this very platform.

In this Coach Chat, scheduled for a live stream at Friday 2019-12-13, he will share his views on the basic tactics and dynamics for indoor hockey.

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Meanwhile take a look at some short clips of previous coach chat sessions...

A short clip from the Coach Chat with Simon Letchford
A short clip from the Coach Chat with Matthias Becher.