9 days ago​Gilmour reveals Lampard advice before Chelsea debut

first_imgAbout the authorAnsser SadiqShare the loveHave your say ​Gilmour reveals Lampard advice before Chelsea debutby Ansser Sadiq9 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveBilly Gilmour has spoken about the advice that he received from Frank Lampard before making his Chelsea debut.The 18-year-old got his chance to shine with the senior side against Sheffield United in August. He came off the bench in the 2-2 draw.Gilmour has now revealed the words he exchanged with boss Lampard before the match.”The night before, the gaffer kept asking if my family were coming down and saying make sure they come,” the Scotland U21 international told reporters.”We were 2-0 up and I’m thinking ‘this could be good’, but it was 2-1 when I came on. “That shows you how much trust he has in the younger players to put you on in such a tight game.”It finished 2-2, which wasn’t the result I hoped for, but it made my dream come true of playing in the Premier League.” last_img read more

Learn Coaching Secrets in LA with NBAs Phil Jackson

first_imgRetired NBA Coach Phil Jackson is offering the chance for one lucky fan to spend the day with him in Los Angeles, learning the “Zen Master’s” basketball coaching secrets.Jackson has teamed up with online fundraising company Omaze to create this opportunity and raise money for the American Indian College Fund (the Fund).Donors must complete entries for a chance to meet Mr. Jackson via the Fund’s Facebook page or web site. Airfare and hotel are included in the trip, and donations are not required to enter for a chance to meet Mr. Jackson. The campaign is currently slated to end on Feb. 8.As part of the campaign, Mr. Jackson, a longtime supporter of the Fund, will show game tape of past championship series and explain how he prepared champion players like Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant. Mr. Jackson will also talk about how he developed his well-known Triangle Offense and other strategies that helped him win 11 NBA championships, the most in basketball history. Mr. Jackson retired from coaching in 2011.“The American Indian College is delighted that Mr. Jackson has donated his time and energies to illustrate the need for financial support for American Indian college students,” said Dr. Cheryl Crazy Bull, President and CEO of the American Indian College Fund. “Not only is Mr. Jackson helping to raise money for scholarships, but he is also providing Native students with the valuable knowledge that he believes that with an education, they are all winners.”last_img read more