Is effective teaching more about good relationships than anything else?


On the 3rd May 2015, Chelsea won the Premier League title with three games to spare. For manager Jose Mourinho, it was his21st trophy, marking him out as the most decorated manager inrecent club football history. In August he was rewarded with a multi-million poundcontract that would see him at the club until 2019. ByDecember he was sacked.

The club had inexplicably nosedived in the new season with reports of “palpable discord” in the dressing room exacerbated by his public admonishment and subsequent ostracismof team doctor and well respected member of the group, Eva Carnerio. One of the major questions that emerged from Mourinho’s “annus horribilis” is how did a group of players who won the league at a canter a matter of monthsago, capitulate in such a dramatic fashion?


In direct contrast to this we are witnessing possibly the greatest sporting phenomenon in English footballhistory with Leicester City poised…

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  1. Pingback: Round up of posts from the fortnight ending 24th April 2016 | The Echo Chamber

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