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ACADEMY coach Manisha Tailor MBE will help oversee Team Maccabi GB’s junior girls football team at the 2019 European Maccabi Games next summer in Budapest. Maccabi GB and its affiliates are Britain’s leading Anglo-Jewish sports, health and well-being charity and has flourished for nearly 80 years. Part of a global movement operating in over 70...
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Manisha Tailor says QPR technical director Chris Ramsey gave her an opportunity to work at a professional club. Technical director Chris Ramsey believes QPR is a model for diversity in football but insists the club will only ever employ the best people for jobs. Boardroom diversity remains a thorny issue across sport, with just four...
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Manisha Tailor has taken the football industry by storm ever since she embarked on a career change in 2011. Since graduating from Goldsmiths University in 2001, Manisha has gone on to experience many roles within the world of education and sport.  She initially worked as a primary school teacher and gained experience in different boroughs...
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The Champion of Women Awards 2017 took place on Friday 29th September in the stunning art deco ballroom at The Sheraton Grand London Park Lane Hotel in London. It recognised successful women who have excelled in their field of business, shown compassion, provided support and encouragement to other women and young girls.  The ultimate aim of...
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QPR academy coach Manisha Tailor hopes Mental Health Awareness Week can offer solutions to those struggling to cope with demands of life. Starting on Monday, this Mental Health Awareness Week (May 8 – May 17) aims to uncover the reasons why not enough people in this country are thriving with good mental health. FA tutor...
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QPR Academy Coach Manisha Tailor MBE has been nominated for the Mind Wellbeing Award at the British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards (BEDSA’s). Tailor, who joined QPR as a sessional coach in September following a six-month voluntary placement, set up Wingate and Finchley Disabled Fans Forum, an initiative that uses football to help adults with mental...
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The Brent Magazine catches up with Swaggarlicous founder, Manisha Tailor MBE to discuss stereotypes and how she is using the power of football to tackle the issue. Published quarterly and delivered to over 100,000 homes in Brent, The Brent Magazine is an award-winning publication of news and what’s on in Brent. Read the full article and...
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From the cheers and splendour of winning, to the frustration and anger of losing, football is a sport that brings out the extremes of emotions. These emotions are shared by everyone involved in football regardless of level, and can in instances lead to a greater impact away from the field of play. Mental health has...
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The Half Term Football team
The Swaggarlicious Soccer School was back in action during February half-term and yet again, visited The Swaminarayan Mandir, Kingsbury, for a fun-filled few days of football.  Our sponsor, Juvenis – who work to empower and support young people, spoke of our partnership. “It’s been a pleasure to be able to partner with such an inspirational...
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