Dr Laszlo Nemeth

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Dr Laszlo Nemeth is the former Head Coach of the England Senior Men and Women Teams and to the National Team of Kuwait and Iceland.  He has been involved in the Olympic games and the Asian games and brings a wealth of experience to Eurocamp as Head Coach.  He is dedicated to the European style of play and encourages long range shooting, fast breaks and tough defence.Dr Laszlo Nemeth at present is a Senior Lecturer in Sports Coaching and PE at University of Chichester, Laszlo has been coaching basketball for over 40 years, 30 years of which have been as a full- time professional. He has coached the national teams of Kuwait, Iceland, and Great Britain, and at club level he has coached professionally in Hungary, Kuwait, Iceland and the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. Laszlo has had a glittering career as a coach, and has won many titles and awards with the teams he has coached. he is the most capped England/GB coach still. As a club professional coach he has won national titles in Hungary, Kuwait, Iceland and Saudi Arabia, and in the United Arab Emirates the club he was coaching achieved their best ever league position. He was also voted as coach of the year three times in different countries and the Guardian newspaper voted him among the best six foreign coaching assets in the UK. Laszlo first began his coaching career in 1972 whilst studying at a Hungarian University TF Budapest,. In 1984 Laszlo left Hungary to go to the USA because of the fascist nature of communism, coupled with his concern of the way that sport was run in Hungary particularly because the boycott of the Los Angeles Games. Furthermore, he was concerned about the level of interference from party officials and the autocratic and dictatorial nature of the sport policy makers in Hungary in order to promote sport. Whilst in North America the he gained valuable practical on court experience from coaching legends like Lou Carnasecca, Jack Donohue, Jim Valvano, and Ralph Klein while he is still complimentary of two Hungarians who coached him as a young athlete Ferenc Harris and Ferenc Banky and credits highly his University TF Budapest. These experiences shaped the way Laszlo views coaching and coaching practice. Laszlo is autocratic during training and competition, and feels that there should be no compromise when spending a great deal of time planning and preparing for training and competition. He is very driven and focused, and holds the view that whilst coaching everything else is secondary. However, his style significantly changes whilst out of training and competition, whereby he is a lot more democratic and approachable. He feels that a further role of a coach is to support the athlete in terms of lifestyle management, which may mean helping them in their day to day activities outside of training schedules and competition. This could include providing advice on educational opportunities, consideration of family and friends and a range of other social factors that may impinge upon the athlete during their career. 
Laszlo gets enormous satisfaction from coaching both from a personal level and also seeing his players develop. He still to this day receives letters and emails from his ex-players thanking him for being their coach, and just as importantly for helping them during their playing career There have been frustrations for Laszlo during his coaching career, with the main one being the politics and interference of politicians at the national level, and the unfortunate level of corruption most notably in the Soviet Bloc prior and unfortunately after to the Berlin Wall being dis-mantled .During his coaching career Laszlo has engaged with coach education and has delivered coach education courses for international coaches in a range of countries. He feels that coach education is very important in developing new coaches, which is an aspect of coaching practice he really enjoys. Specifically, it is sharing his coaching experience, whilst at the same time using coaching manuals to support the development of the coach. Laszlo is still passionate about coaching and is continuing to share his experiences with staff and students at Chichester University he is now teaching. Laszlo enjoys every second with his students, and loves Chichester.


Diego Maggi

At Eurocamp, we strive to recruit the best coaches from all corners of the globe so that your experience is second to none. So far, we have announced a number of coaches who will be returning for yet another year with us. But as promised we have a new member of staff to welcome to our team for 2017 - Coach Deigo Maggi!

Deigo is currently coaching the Carlisle Panthers Men's team who compete on a regular basis. He has also coached and managed teams in Argentina, Mallorca and other areas of Spain.

But the most interesting information about Coach Diego is that he has also played Professional Basketball for roughly 19 years of his life. He has represented teams in Argentina, Mar del Plata, San Luis and Olavarria. All funs say he played for the best ever National Basketball Team of Argentina.
Please join us in welcoming this experienced player and coach to our lineup for Eurocamp 2015.


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Gustavo Garcia

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Eurocamp is proud that could retain the services of Dr Gustavo Garcia as coach in the Chichester Eurocamp. His presence is a guarantee that we shall even raise the standard of player development through the week. Having a coach who represents Spain one of the top Basketball Nation in Europe increases the professional value of our camp. Gustavo was head of the development squads at the world famous club Real Madrid, and was the Spanish assistant coach at the 1995 World Championships. needless to say he holds the highest coaching qualification what Spain can offer. Gustavo has a 22 years record in coaching, a physical education teacher who has PhD in sport science. This will be his 8th year with us, and we are sure all who sign up will have an opportunity to work with him.

From left to right Jason Swaine, Mike Bernard, Delme Herriman, Peter Scantlebury


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Eurocamp is proud to be international but equally proud of the four ex GB/England international legends who are members of the coaching staff every year and built the reputation of our camp.You know what they can still demonstrate. Use the opportunity choose a Eurocamp and learn from them. They put the bar high but do not worry if you do not succeed at first attempt. Try and try again we shall have 3 training session every day. 'The danger is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but it is too low and we reach it'


Ashley Appelby

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Eurocamp accepted the application of a young coach who volunteered to be with us this summer and who has local roots in Portsmouth.  He introduces himself herewith
"My Name is Ashley Appleby, my playing career was spent in Portsmouth for many years with the now disbanded 'Portsmouth Pirates' and competed for 'Southdowns College' where our team was undefeated for two years, winning the Hampshire Cup and League twice in the process. I am now a Level 2 basketball coach still bas...ed in Portsmouth having started coaching for 'Rising Ballers’ assisting in the running of some of their camps in the Portsmouth area. I then started to work with 'Pompey in the Community' and 'Premier League 4 Sport’ helping run after school programmes in several secondary schools in Portsmouth. My most recent experience is in BUCS basketball at University level. I coached at ‘The University of Portsmouth’ for 3 years as Head Coach of the 'Men’s 2nd Team' for a year and then promoted to a paid role as Head Coach of the ‘Women’s 1st Team’. I am currently working as the Head Coach of ‘The University of Chichester Men’s 1st Team’.
I realise it will benefit the camp as a whole and also myself. I am very grateful of the opportunity to assist as a coach in Eurocamp"


David Patchell

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Eurocamp Portsmouth is announcing a young British Coach whose roots are in the region. We welcome David Patchell as our staff member for this summer. After he was playing up to University level, David decided to move in to coaching.  He was lucky enough to join Solent Kestrels, coaching in their National League programme and winning a division 3 title.  During his time, coaching in the UK David was successful in coaching with Hampshire and the South of England.  He then moved to Iceland where David coached youth level and assisted at senior level with Valur, before being approached by Fjölnir to join them two years later.   David Patchell is the men’s assistant coach and continuing coaching youth teams.   He also coached at camps in Iceland, assisted with national youth camps, and coached at The Red Auerbach camp in Boston, USA.



They were with us before as coaches please read the Eurocamp Hall of Fame


Peter Scantlebury OBE GB senior men headcoach  UK 

Mary O’Mahoney Ireland   Ireland National Team Captain

Petur Gudmudsson  Iceland LA Lakers Pivot

Kelly McHugh   UK England International All Canadian

Bill Baddeley   USA  Caroll High School Headcoach 

 Michael Ball  UK Head of Oakland Academy

John Grant   Scotland   Founder of Arbroath Musketeers 

Lluis Biosca Spain  U 16 Girls National Team Coach Catalunia

Nicholas O’ Leary   Senior Lecturer Wolverhampton University  UK

Faisal Buressli Kuwait   Senior Men National Team coach of Kuwait

Gustavo Garcia Spain Head of Real Madrid Development

 Andrea Hader  Germany  Senior International Germany

Vanessa Ellis UK   GB/England Senior Women assistant coach

Brany Bazany   UK   England Senior Women Headcoach

Albena Branzova Bulgaria  Euroleague Top Scorer  Toronto University Headcoach Canada

Pete Barry  USA   US Coastguard Academy Headcoach

Jason Swaine UK  England Senior Men International

Vladimir Dimitrov Bulgaria  Bulgaria Senior Men International

Michael Bernard  UK  England Senior Men International

Joe Molnar New Zealand  U16 New Zealand Headcoach

Martin Ford  UK   England Senior Men International

Diego Maggi Argentina Argentina Senior Men International

Gerry Fitzpatrick Ireland Headcoach  Ireland Senior Men International

Luc Vergossen  Holland Head of Haarlem basketball week

Radmilla Turner  Bulgaria Bulgaria Senior Women International

Hilal Dajani   Syria   Syrian Senior Men International

Delme Herriman   UK England Senior Men International

Salem Atiq UAE  Headcoach Al Ain UAE

Yorick Wiliams  UK  England Senior Men International

Mahmoud Badr  UAE Headcoach Al Sharjah UAE

Ian Whyte UK  England Senior Men International

Hassan Haq  UK  Player Portsmouth University

 Julie Paige  UK Captain GB at London Olympics

Gyongyi Zsolnay Hungary Hungary Senior women International

Milan Rozanek  Slovakia  Headcoach Slavia Zilina

Kenny Marinkovits  Serbia  Serbian International

Chris Mellor  UK  Headcoach Bradford Dragons

Julius Joseph   UK  England Senior Men International

Matt Newby   UK   Headcoach Leeds Force

Gareth Murray Scotland  GB Senior Men International

Isaac Pujol  Spain  National Team Coach Catalunia

Paul Boath  Scotland  Headcoach Arbroath Musketeers

Chris Pierce Wales  Welsh International Senior Men

Katie Smith UK   North West Girls Regional Coach

Marilyn Rule USA  Travella High School   Headcoach

Ronnie Baker  UK  England Senior Men International

Peter Mintoft  UK  Headcoach Birmingham University

Joel Augustine  UK   Coach UCLAN

 UK Inaqui Ribes Spain Headcoach Alicante Development

Tom Stansfield  UK  Coach Ofranvillee France

Krisztian Tursics Hungary Csata DSE Coach

Sam Messam UK  Bradford Dragons Development

Don Lyons USA   Norview Highschool Coach

Phil McGloughlin  UK   Coach Childwall Basketball Club  

Roy Blake  UK  Blackpool Development Coach

Jim Papailiou  Greece National development coach

Tamas Okros Hungary TeamBarking basketball Academy Coach 

Katie Doubleday  UK  England U16 international Chichester

Finnur Stefanson   Iceland KR Senior Men Headcoach

Refiloe Lathunya England KR Senior Men Senior Men


PLUS TOP COACHES FROM...

Sweden, Slovakia, Germany, Holland, USA, Belgium, Iceland, Hungary and United Kingdom

                     

Eurocamp 2018
Sunday 5th to Friday 10th August 2018