Interview with David Busst
We speak to David Busst, the former Coventry City defender who suffered what is widely considered to be the most serious injury in the Premier League’s history.
David talks to us about the psychological impact of his career-ending leg break, the mentality required to recover from long-term injury and what clubs and football bodies can do to support sidelined players.
Season 2, Episode 5 | 50min
Premier League psychology guide: how are England’s top flight clubs supporting players’ performance and mental health?
"I think the future of football lies in mental health and wellbeing." You’d be forgiven for thinking the statement came straight from a Jurgen Klopp or Thomas Tuchel press conference. Forward-thinking is not the preserve of the Premier League’s more celebrated...
“There would be days when we'd got away games, maybe at Chelsea or Arsenal in London, and I'd get back to the training ground at about two o'clock in the morning. There was no point in me going home, so I’d just sleep on a sofa in the training ground. “It was six and...
We welcome back Wycombe's assistant manager, Richard Dobson, alongside the Chairboys' boss, Gareth Ainsworth, for a wide-ranging chat about the leadership and psychological support structure the duo have established at Adams Park. Running order: Part 1: Introduction -...
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