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Yeah, I know I've already posted a forum about this. But this is really important for my Research Project. It's updated now and click on the link below for he survey it will only take one or two minutes. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/R3CWWTT
Hello, my name is Liam and I am in Year 12 at Samaritan College living in Whyalla, South Australia. I am currently working on m Research Project and as part of my research, I must conduct a survey for 10 football fanatics, 20 Newcastle United supporters (10 who are obsessed and 10 who do not mind watching the game) and also 10 supporters of any other club. This survey needs to be responded with efficient answers. Q1. Do you support Newcastle United? Yes No If so, tell me the reason why you support Newcastle United: Q2. What is your age? Less than 13 years 13-17 years 18-24 years 25-31 years 31-34 years More than 35 years Q3. How long have you been watching the Premier League? Less than 3 months 3-6 months 6-12 months 1-3 years More than 5 years Q4. Do you pay attention to the coaching tactics used by any club (locally, nationally or internationally)? Yes No Q5. What do you think Newcastle can do to improve their overall performance based on competitions such as the Premier League and other cups (such as Capital One Cup and FA Cup)? Q6. On a scale from 0 to 10 (0 being worst, 10 being best), how efficient do you think Newcastle's coaching tactics have been in the past 10 years and more than 10 years ago? Q7. What formation would you think suit Newcastle United the best? And why would you think so? Q8. Which position do we need more players for (by using transfers)? Defense Midfield Forward Why do you think so? Q9. Which of the following training drills would suit Newcastle United? Laternal Bound Drill Dot Drill Equipment needed: Bungee cord Equipment needed: None What to do: 3-5 sets per session, 5-7 reps, 2 times per week What to do: 3-5 sets, Reps 10-15 seconds, 3 times per week Muscles worked: Glutes, Quadriceps, Calves, Core Muscles worked: Major leg muscles Foot Fire Drill Chaos Mirror Drill Equipment needed: Medicine ball (or football) Equipment needed: 2 cones, 5-10 metres apart, 2 people What to do: 10-15 seconds per set, 3 sets, 3-4 times per week What to do: Each set = up to 20 seconds, 3-5 sets per session, twice a week Muscles worked: Leg muscles (especially calves), Achilles Muscles worked: Major leg muscles Why do you think so? Q10. What are your thoughts of the recent departure of Newcastle's manager Alan Pardew? Was it the right decision from the public to force Pardew to depart? What are your thoughts on new manager John Carver? Thank you for the participation of this survey.