Patrick Mboma, Football Legend, Ex-National Player, TV Commenter, Coach & Educator.

Importance of the Human Aspect in Football
Nick Atzeni

EI Interview – Patrick Mboma

Patrick Mboma’s introduction can take itself a whole page.

Patrick played for Paris Saint Germain, He played still in France for Metz and Chateauroux, in Italy for Cagliari and Parma, and in the English Premier League with Sunderland. He played in Japan for Gamba Osaka, Tokyo Verdy and Vissel Kobe and for almost a decade with the Cameroonian National Team, today he still cooperates with the FECAFOOT Cameroon Football Federation.

Patrick’s non-athlete became initially an Agent for IMG, moving then to TV Commenter for Canal+ before cooperating with NEW WORLD TV (a Togo-based company, and a new leader in the environment).

He is a UEFA A Licensed Coach and we can say, in brief, that Patrick has Football in his veins.

Football apart, Patrick is a husband, a father of five and a father-in-law of four.

His days are clearly pretty busy!

Today we are privileged to listen to his vision, opinions and perspectives concerning the importance of Emotional Intelligence in relation to the Athlete, the Coach and broadly, to Clubs, Federation and Confederations.

I won’t anticipate too much, please enjoy these genuine, insightful and inspiring comments, thoughts, and suggestions.

My deepest gratitude to You Patrick, it has been a very nice friendly yet professional conversation and I am positive many many many people both football-related and non-football experts will be inspired and motivated by Your points.

Let’s keep building a better society starting with the Human Beings yet before the Professionals.

Many blessings

Enjoy the watching!

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