A Word of Thanks

I would like to thank the former Monaghan Senior Football team Manager Eamon McEneaney and PJ McKenna for allowing me to implement my ideas, forming the strength & conditioning and diet & nutrition template in 1999, which was adopted by the All-Ireland winning Armagh Senior Football Team and is still currently in use in Monaghan, Armagh, Louth, Donegal.

The Ulster u21s Championship title was our major success and the all Ireland B final with the seniors.

To Dr. Eugene Young and Declan Gamble for the input into the fitness test norms for development squads, also to Eugene for all the help, advice and areas in which he allowed me to work un-supervised. Also, to Tony Scullion for enthusiasm!!

To Eamon O’Hara, Bernie Murray, Mick O’Dowd and Pauric McDonald and former Chairman of Monaghan County Board Paul Curran, for embracing Sports Therapy.

To Dave Kelly DFPTI, John Doran DFPTI, Philip Phelan, Damien Jackson NCEF and Capt. Mark Lennon, who are all eminent instructors.

To Chris McBride, Lar Hammond, Shane Reavey, Ollie Martin and Jim Hayes, Coaches with C.M.U.L. for embracing Sports Therapy.

To Ciaran McBride for his excellent insight into what it really takes to succeed at the the highest level of competition, his professionalism and thorough knowledge of the game of Gaelic football.

To Alan Ryan, Ozzie Hughes and Monaghan County Hurling management, for embracing Sports Therapy.

‘Sports Therapy by Sports People’

One thought on “A Word of Thanks

  1. John worked last season with shelbourne fc u17s in the preimer league in Dublin. I found his knowledge and expertise in tending to all injuries was second to none. It was a great relief to me and my coaching staff knowing that our players were in good hands. The advice he gave to me and the players on all the various injuries proved to be invaluable. To that we’ll be forever grateful. Derek Farrell shelbourne F.C


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