Santiago Wanderers announces the introduction of the Ekkono Method in its club
May 21, 2020
More and more professional clubs are showing their interest in enhancing their identity and maximizing their performance by implementing the Ekkono Method.
On this occasion, the historic Santiago Wanderers, founded in 1892 making the club the oldest one in Chile, joins the list of Chilean football clubs with which we have recently reached a collaboration agreement.
The objective of this project is none other than to enhance the sports identity of the club through the use of the Ekkono Method, mainly emphasizing on the club's academy.
In this way, the president of the club Rafael González, valued this agreement highlighting the benefits that it will bring for the institution, affirming that “this collaboration seeks to continue promoting and perfecting the work we are developing, around a coherent sports and institutional identity with the importance and history of Santiago Wanderers. For this reason, the application will be transversal to all levels, with the aim of making the most of a specialized company that has been working for years with some of the best teams in the world ”.
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“The Ekkono Method has helped me interpret the game better and make better decisions"
"I got an immediate improvement on my performance due to my work with Ekkono"
"The Ekkono Method makes you a smart player, therefore it maximizes your performance"
"Ekkono has helped me to gain a better undestanding of football and become a professional player"
"I have improved my performance as a center back thanks to the Ekkono Method"
"I would recommend Ekkono to reinforce those tactical aspects you do not have time to work with your team"