Three-time English Premier League winning coach Arsene Wenger will feature in a presentation in this year’s Australian Coaching Conference.
The event will be held by Football NSW.
The former Arsenal coach was recently appointed as FIFA’s Head of Global Football Development, with the governing body last week announcing the formation of its global Talent Development Program, which Wenger will oversee.
The Frenchman sat down with Adam Peacock from Fox Sports, with his presentation focusing on his career in the game and will provide Australian coaches with valuable insights into coaching specifics.
He spoke of his transition from player to coach, his time in Japan with Nagoya Grampus, the pressure of dealing with a high-profile dressing room, whilst also offering his opinion on how to deal with social media in the modern football world.
Northern NSW Football, Football West and Football Victoria have all joined forces in promoting the event run by Football NSW, to their respective coaches and membership bases.
The 2020 Australian Coaching Conference will be held on the 28th of November, with registration allowing participants to access the content any time afterwards on demand.
More information about the online event can be viewed here.