England’s young female coaches look to Women’s Super League and beyond

06 May 2015 04:57
It has traditionally been difficult for women to make progress in coaching but such as Yeovil’s Jazz Hervin are leading a welcome change• Fifa fights for more women in footballA year ago Jazz Hervin attended Kick It Out’s estimable Raise Your Game conference looking to those within football for advice on how to progress her coaching career. Twelve months later, aged 20 and now coach of the development team at the Women’s Super League side Yeovil Town Ladies, she was back to deliver a workshop to peers who had collectively racked up centuries of experience in the game. Like most things, it did not seem to faze her.In years to come, Hervin plans to return as the coach of the national side and could even become one of the first female managers to break through the glass ceiling and succeed in the men’s game. Continue reading. . read full article

Source: TheGuardian


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