What's The Story? Sarah-Jane Mee and panel talk comebacks and temperament
Paul Hayward, Alex Danson and Will Greenwood and Dee Caffari talk comebacks and agression in sport.
Last Updated: 25/09/13 4:16pm
Those will be the topics up for debate on this week's episode of What's The Story?, which comes your way from 10.15pm on Wednesday on Sky Sports 1 and will be hosted, as always, by Sarah-Jane Mee.
SJ and her panel - which is this week comprised of former England rugby star Will Greenwood, International yachtswoman Dee Caffari, England hockey player Alex Danson and The Telegraph's chief sports writer Paul Hayward - will look at the power of momentum in coming back from the brink and how temperament affects success.
THE GREATEST COMEBACK? - In light of Team Oracle's brilliant comeback in this year's America's Cup; the panel will give their views on the greatest comebacks in the history of sport. Is it Liverpool's victory over AC Milan in the 2005 Champions League final? Or maybe it was last year's 'Miracle at Medinah' - when team Europe came back from the brink to win the Ryder Cup?
DI CANIO - The panel will analyse how Paolo Di Canio's temperament caused problems during his reign as Sunderland manager. Did the feisty Italian use too much aggression with his players? And what personality traits work for football managers?
HARNESSING AGGRESSION - What role does anger play in sport? How does a long-distance runner focus their aggression differently to a rugby player? SJ and her guests will also look at the England Ashes squad and ask whether the selection of tall bowlers signals an aggressive attitude.
For lengthy discussion on these questions and more, tune into What's The Story?, 10.15pm, Wed, Sky Sports 1.