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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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Manisha Tailor SKY Sports
QPR technical director Chris Ramsey believes Manisha Tailor is an asset to the west London club and is convinced the academy coach will continue her development in the game. Tailor is an FA tutor and former Middlesex Centre of Excellence youth-team coach, who took up a foundation-phase coaching role at QPR last year after months...
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QPR Academy Coach Manisha Tailor has been awarded an MBE in the New Year’s Honours list. Tailor, who joined QPR as a sessional coach in September following a six-month voluntary placement, has been appointed as a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) for ‘Services to Football and Diversity in Sport.’ Speaking exclusively...
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Manisha Tailor MBE
From the teenage anti-violence campaigner to the first ever honour for services to glass blowing…   Manisha Tailor, a qualified headteacher, changed career to become a football coach in London, inspired by her brother who suffered a breakdown. She said she wanted “to raise awareness of social inclusion and mental health”. She receives an MBE...
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Manisha tailor-interview
Interview with Manisha Tailor who receives an MBE for services to football and diversity in sport.
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British tennis champion Andy Murray and athlete Mo Farah have been knighted in the Queen’s New Year Honours list. Paralympic dressage rider Lee Pearson is also knighted, while heptathlete Jessica Ennis-Hill and rower Katherine Grainger are made dames. There are CBEs for cyclists Jason and Laura Kenny, swimmer Sascha Kindred and equestrians Charlotte Dujardin, Nick...
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Manisha Tailor Rising Star in Sport - WeAreTheCity
We are extremely proud to announce that WeAreTheCity Rising Star Manisha Tailor, has been appointed as a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the New Year 2017 Honours List for ‘Services to Football and Diversity in Sport’. Manisha Tailor MBE was recognised and awarded as a WeAreTheCity Rising Star in Sport...
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