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Hello!

This blog post contains 2 video interviews & 1 podcast from the time I was working in Krylia Sovetov Samara in Russia (2014-2017).

Do you have a question for me or do you think I can help you: feel free to contact me via this link: Contact

All the best,

Bart Caubergh

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*31 December 2017: My 200th official game as a Fitness Coach!*

Tonight, 'Central Coast Mariners - Wellington Phoenix', will be my 200th official game as a professional Football Fitness Coach since I signed my first professional contract in May 2011.

I'm so grateful that I was and still am able to work with so many players in different countries and continents!

Big thank you to all the players and staff members I've worked with, the head coaches (Frank Vercauteren, Carlos Queiroz, Mario Been and Darije Kalezic) I've assisted over the last 7 years and a special thank you to Frank who I've assisted in over 169 games in 3 different countries and teams. 

I love my job, the sky is the limit and the best has yet to come...

Happy New Year everyone!

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"Learn and play the Voetjebal way!"

In 2014, my brother Raf and I decided to introduce ‘Voetjebal‘ in Belgium. The year before that, we met Wouter von Brucken Fock. Wouter, founder of Voetjebal and youth coach of Feynoord Rotterdam, designed this special play concept for kids between 2 and 5 years old together with his wife Nienke von Brucken (motor remedial teacher).

Voetjebal is a unique play concept for boys and girls and their ‘+1’. They can enjoy one hour of group learning & fun together with one of their family members (mom, dad, granny, godfather, sister … anyone can join). We introduce them to sports from an educational perspective with attributes as balloons, colors, music, … to stimulate their concentration, focus, social skills, listening skills etc.

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"Dealing with external factors abroad!"

Hello everybody!
 
In this new blog I will give an overview of the most important external factors we have to deal with in the Australian/New Zealand A-League.
A pre-season of 3,5 months, travelling, crossing time zones and changes in temperature & humidity are the biggest external factors we'll have to face. The league ends in April/May and the teams start their pre-season in June. The league starts in October, so they have more than 3 months to get ready!
We have to travel 13x to Australia this season and we will play 1 home game in Auckland. The shortest international flight is to Sydney (3,5h flight & 2 time zones back), the longest one is to Perth (7h flight & 5 time zones back).
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Finally: first league game of the new season! #WellingtonPhoenixFC

Finally: first league game of the new season!

Sunday 8 October at 5PM: Wellington Phoenix - Adelaide!

After 3,5 months of preseason, it’s finally season kick-off time! I’m really excited for the start of the new season with Wellington Phoenix in the Hyundai A-league. We’ll play our first game tomorrow, on Sunday 8 October at 5PM local time (6AM Belgian time) against Adelaide United. It’s the first of at least 27 games. The Hyundai A-league consists of 9 Australian teams and one from New-Zealand (Wellington Phoenix):

 

Adelaide United (AUS)

Brisbane Roar (AUS)

Central Coast Mariners (AUS)

Melbourne City (AUS)

Melbourne Victory (AUS)

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Back in Wellington after a 9-day training camp in Australia!

We travelled to Australia on Saturday 9 September with a group of 24 players and 9 staff members. This training camp is an important part of our preparation for the upcoming season. Wellington Phoenix is the only professional football club in New-Zealand so we took this opportunity to play 3 friendly games against different Australian teams.

9 days, 3 cities, 3 opponents!                         

The first 3 days, we stayed in Coogee (New South Wales, Sydney) for a game against Blacktown City FC. We then travelled to Terrigal for the fixture against Central Coast Mariners and ended our training camp in Cessnock for a game against Newcastle Jets.

 

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