Staff Spotlight: Sam Bailey

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Staff Spotlight: Sam Bailey

Staff Spotlight: Sam Bailey

Team supported and why?
Spurs – I was born in Tottenham and my cousins influenced me at a young age (even though we were rubbish at the time!)
Describe your journey with FBB so far:
The early FBB tours were a huge part of my university experience and defining times for me as a person. I am really excited to be back with the organisation and looking forward to getting back involved
What does FBB mean to you?
Unity, cohesion, community, education, family 🙂
What does your role entail and what are you hoping to achieve?
Session delivery in schools and general organisational input. I hope to have a positive impact on the young people I work with and the organisation as a whole, as well as learning and growing myself and my own practice.
Best thing about football is?
The social aspect and the friends you make. Almost all of my close friends have come through football.
Best thing about working with young people is?
Their energy, working with open minds and it’s never boring! 🙂
How would you describe your coaching style?
Still working that one out!
Where do you seen yourself in 10 years?
Happy and healthy