Erben Wennemars is going to be at PEC Zwolle on to work as a mental coach. The ex-skater is going to be a couple of days a week involved in the selection of technical staff and the youth of Our club to make it to the topsportbeleving to work with.
“We want to win at PEC Zwolle, and I think that’s Erben Wennemars, there is a contribution you can provide, the new coach, John Stegeman on Saturday to the AD. “Left at the absolute top level in performance.”
Wennemars, it was during his skating career to serve two-time world champion sprint. Also got the Dalfsenaar two olympic bronze medals and six gold medals at the world CHAMPIONSHIP distances.
“For me, it’s just nice to have people like that in order for me to get it,” said Stegeman, who is at the end of last month, has been appointed as the successor to Jaap Stam. “We want to have specialist players for the last little push that is needed in order to reach the summit. Left has a lot of experience can convey.”
The 43-year-old Wennemars was schaatsloopbaan in various administrative positions, running to the ACADEMY. He was for many years a member of the board of directors in 2011 as a temporary director in the Theatre.
– John Stegeman, and to the players of PEC Zwolle during the first practice session. (Photo: Pro-Shots)
“In football, boys ‘pampered’
According to Stegeman, go Wennemars is not involved in the training program. “You just have to think of is a bit of a mental break. He is also an individual athlete is always a hard bargain for themselves have been. In team play, can we have that little bit of life.”
“The football boys are pampered”, said Stegeman. “It’s pretty bad. We want players to be aware what you need to do have to get to the top to pick it up.”
PEC Zwolle ended last season in tenth in the Premier league. The team appeared in the Saturday, for the first time on the training pitch in preparation for the new season.