#TheHelpSide Today we’re going back in time, to a time where things were done a little differently. Today’s guest is former Australian Goal Keeper, Bob Proctor. Now by ‘former’, I mean Bob won a silver medal at the 1976 Montreal Olympic games. Bob finished his career with 40 caps across 2 world cups and the aforementioned Olympic Games and has since become one of Sydney’s most successful coaches, coaching numerous teams to several premierships as well as coaching the NSW Australian Hockey League side for a number of years.
Welcome to Part B of my two-part chat with Former Australian goalkeeper Bob Proctor, if you missed last episode – Bob took us inside what it took to make it to an Olympics in those days and spins some cracking yarns about what life was like on tour. In Part B, Bob recollects on his Olympic Experience and how they came so close to clinching Australia’s first-ever Olympic gold. A brilliant coach in his own right, Bob then talks about his coaching philosophy and his take on what it takes to make a great team. Rip in!