They were only confirmed in the Hyundai A-League in December last year, though Western United FC have already formulated their colours, badge and playing strip, all the while assembling a squad and coaching staff to hit the ground running in 2019/20.
To create a healthy, high performance environment for Western United FC players and staff, The Mind Room’s co-founder and sport psychologist, Michael Inglis has been engaged by the club to deliver wellbeing and performance psychology services.
Michael will introduce and teach players skills and strategies to assist them in their development and performance on and off the field.
Last week, Michael attended the induction camp held on the Gold Coast.
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to work with a new professional club in establishing the culture as well as instilling values and behaviours that will help them succeed long-term,” Michael commented.
“The players and staff are in a privileged position to create this culture and pave a new way in forming a club that creates a community, a will to be better each day and a work ethic to be admired.”
About Western United Football Club:
Western United FC seeks to give the football community of Victoria’s Western Corridor a strong identity with plans for a unique world-class football stadium, a successful team and an aspirational brand. Western United will play home matches in Geelong and Ballarat, before permanently relocating to its proposed football-specific stadium in Tarneit, Wyndham.
Wellbeing and Performance Services:
The Mind Room works with individuals, teams and organisations to enhance wellbeing and performance on and off the field. Click here to learn more.