Monthly Archives: August 2014

A guest in the talkSport studio discussing England & India

Last night Steven was a guest in the talkSport studio with Andrew McKenna and ex England Batsman Mark Butcher.  Steven was asked about his work with Moeen Ali and how he would help India deal with their recent defeat.  Steven talks about … Continue reading

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BBC Radio5 Live Test Match Special

Listening to Alison Mitchell’s commentary on the 3rd day of the Fourth Test as England win against India, it was great to hear the withoutEGO philosophy mentioned along with Moeen Ali becoming the bowler to reach 20 test match wickets … Continue reading

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Steven Sylvester talks to Rob Bonnet on the Today Programme BBC Radio4

Hear Rob and Steven’s discussions about Moeen Ali operating withoutEGO https://audioboo.fm/boos/2382296-steven-sylvester-bbc-radio4-today-programme-with-rob-bonnet.mp3?nojs=1

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James Anderson has been told he does not need to get so angry to success in Test cricket.

by Dean Wilson of  The Mirror The England bowler’s aggression could land him in trouble again if he does not learn to curb his verbal outbursts. Umpires seem powerless to stop players snarling at each other, as seen by Bruce … Continue reading

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England all-rounder Moeen Ali follows ‘withoutEGO’ philosophy to keep feet on ground

Top sports psychologist Steven Sylvester says Moeen Ali’s ability to nullify negative judgment is “absolutely remarkable” for a 27-year-old – The Telegraph Moeen Ali has been an international cricketer for only a matter of weeks, but he is already well … Continue reading

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England must manage Moeen Ali properly to protect his development

England must manage Moeen Ali properly to protect his development By Andy Wilson of The Guardian It sounds ridiculous for a team who have just ended a wretched run of 10 Tests without a win, but England might now be … Continue reading

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BBC Radio Leeds asks ‘how come siblings do so well?’ Commonwealth Games 2014

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