This is a brilliant exposition of how to be a truly great professional coach. Must be wonderful to be coached by him. Needs parading in front of whichever group decide when squash should become an Olympic sport. I'm sure he would tip the balance our way.
Gursevak Sharma, 12:53, Monday 10th December 2018
This is a delight, Thank you Squash Skills for this... Loved it... Loved it ... Thanks !
Shaun O'donoghue, 17:58, Tuesday 27th November 2018
Extremely interesting. Been a member at Ponte for many years but haven't been coached by him. Fascinating insight
Rajeev Shah, 23:22, Friday 16th November 2018
Superb. Really insightful.
Vít Novák, 19:50, Saturday 10th November 2018
I would love to watch this, but it's very difficult to understand to Malcolm, would it be possible to add subtitles? Just plain english.
S Leszczynski, 07:35, Tuesday 20th November 2018
Malcolm put some interesting perspective on squash. In my opinion its hard to hear interlocutor of Malcolm as well. Thats good idea, to add sub. It would be nice to add some historical footege (foto, film) in backgroud. For ex. when he speaks about someone.
Chris Beale, 20:44, Tuesday 6th November 2018
Totally gripping documentary! Brilliant!
JH Lee, 22:41, Wednesday 31st October 2018
Being a good human is the first and giving and sharing love so others can get the best welfare of all other people... about at 58th minute... The greatest value shown being Coach Willstrop... This is how we all have fun... Admiring individual.
D Reynolds, 10:39, Saturday 1st December 2018
Exactly! - Malcolm's advice transcends squash and is applicable across the board
andystevenson , 09:12, Sunday 21st October 2018
Truly excellent. Fascinating to listen to a great coach.
, 11:09, Tuesday 16th October 2018
Great work guys.
Aniket Khera, 13:25, Saturday 13th October 2018
Thanks a lot for this!
Kelly Byars, 09:35, Saturday 13th October 2018
Very interesting and humorous. Great to know that our style of coaching is on the right track. Possibly could've come from Malcolm in the UK originally to the bottom of the world thru Paul Hornsby to New Zealand.