Paul Hart

Paul Hart
Charlton Athletic

Becoming pass masters – Issue 12 (July 2011)
Zonal marking from corners – Issue 27 (October 2012)

Also in Issue 12 – Roy Hodgson, Andy Thorn, Richie Barker, Gary Johnson, Ian Dipper
Also in Issue 27 – Tony Pulis, Tony MowbrayGraham Turner, Micky Mellon, Terry Brown

Paul Hart became Academy Director at Charlton Athletic in June 2011, with the task of bringing through the next generation of footballer from a club that, in recent years, has provided an impressive array of young stars.

Hart has a wealth of experience in this type of role, having overseen the development of players such as Michael Dawson, Jermaine Jenas and Andy Reid at Nottingham Forest from 2001. The 59-year-old had already been youth coach at Leeds United and first-team manager at Chesterfield, and he moved into the hotseat at Forest in 2001, before taking on managerial roles at Barnsley and Rushden & Diamonds.

He secured Portsmouth’s Premier League survival in 2009 and then enjoyed spells at QPR, Crystal Palace and Swindon Town.

As a player, Hart made his debut at the age of 17 for Stockport County, in a career that also saw him turn out for Blackpool, Leeds United, Forest and Sheffield Wednesday.

To find out how Paul Hart coaches becoming pass masters click here now.
To find out how Paul Hart coaches zonal marking from corners click here now.


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