The Beat The Press Podcast

A show looking at how footballers – and the people around them – deal with pressure, on and off the pitch. Join us as we talk to guests including Guardian journalist Jonathan Wilson, Wycombe assistant manager Richard Dobson, leading academic Dr Misia Gervis, Sunderland Til’ I Die producer Leo Pearlman and London City Lionesses coach Lisa Fallon, the first woman to manage an Irish men’s team.

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Series 2 – Episode 2: Gareth Ainsworth and Richard Dobson Beat The Press: A Podcast About Pressure In Football

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 – a fast-start to the season (00:14)   Part 2: Interview – a discussion with Gareth Ainsworth and Richard Dobson (03:07) Part 3: Final thoughts – reflections on our interview with Gareth Ainsworth and Richard Dobson (62:19)  Get in touch: Website: https://beatthepress.net/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/beat_press Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beatthepressfootball/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Beat-The-Press-107997247371696/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/beat-the-press  
  1. Series 2 – Episode 2: Gareth Ainsworth and Richard Dobson
  2. Series 2 – Episode 1: Pre-season preview
  3. #16 Hugo Scheckter
  4. #15 Malcolm Harkness
  5. #14 Dr Bruno Demichelis (Part 2)
  6. #13 Dr Bruno Demichelis (Part 1)
  7. #12 Simon Clifford
  8. #11 Nick Littlehales ('The Sport Sleep Coach')
  9. #10 Professor Marc Jones
  10. #9 Lisa Fallon

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