A native of Middlesbrough, England, and a 2004 graduate of Loughborough University with a master’s degree in sport psychology. Flaherty has accumulated extensive experience in the men’s game, serving as both Head and Assistant coach at the Collegiate, USL League Two and youth levels. Currently working with an Ivy League NCAA Division 1 Men’s soccer program.
3 Good, 3 Bad (and 3 Opposition) points from England’s 0-0 draw at Denmark in UEFA Nations League Group A play. Denmark 0-0 England Parken, Copenhagen September 8th, 2020 By Stewart Flaherty (@stewartflaherty) England were held to a 0-0 draw in Denmark in UEFA Nations League Group A action, with a last gasp goal lineContinue reading “England vs Denmark – Match Analysis”
3 Good, 3 Bad (and 3 Opposition) points from England’s 1-0 win over Iceland to open UEFA Nations League A Iceland 0-1 England September 5th, 2020 Laugardalsvollur, Reykjavik By Stewart Flaherty (@stewartflaherty) England ground out a dramatic 1-0 win in Iceland to open Nations League play courtesy of an injury time penalty from Raheem Sterling. Continue reading “England vs Iceland – Match Analysis”