He’s no stranger to motivational speeches before a match or at half-time–either as a former player or as a manager. But Mick McCarthy, the Wolverhampton Wanderers manager, has found a new ally for his post-match presentations.
Clearly upset with a refereeing decision that went the wrong way for his player, Nenad Milijas, in a match on Boxing Day his manager explained the decision to waiting journalists with a PowerPoint presentation.
The unfortunate Milijas earned a red card and left the field after his tackle of an Arsenal player in the keenly-contested fixture.
Using the multimedia facility within PowerPoint he demonstrated the offending tackle to his audience of journalists and asked:
Anyone think it’s a sending off? I’ve asked loads of people.
His presentation was in vain as the FA disciplinary panel has decided against a review of the sending-off.
But Wolves salvaged a 1-1 draw securing a coveted point away from home. Now with that sort of rallying performance perhaps Mick might consider some further motivational speeches for the squad.
The Principal Trainer at training business Time to Market. Based in Oxford, I run presentation and public speaking training courses, coaching sessions and seminars throughout the UK. Andrew Ivey on Google+
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