Mark is head of youth development (8-12) and part of the Research and Development department at Swedish premier league club AIK. Mark actively coaches throughout the club and is involved in coach and parent education.
In his role as PhD researcher at Sheffield Hallam University he has published a significant amount of research papers that capture his work both as a coach, academic and researcher.
Mark has also consulted for the Canadian Soccer Association on coach education helping build their new evidence-based Children’s license (launched 2019).
While football is his main area of interest he has also consulted and gave workshops on coaching and coach education in Basketball, Floorball, Golf, Figure skating and Tennis
Conceptualizing physical literacy within an ecological dynamics framework
Theory to practice- Performance preparation models in contemporary high- level sport guided by an ecological dynamics framework
A Department of Methodology Can Coordinate Transdisciplinary Sport Science Support
How manipulating task constraints in small-sided and conditioned games shapes emergence of individual and collective tactical behaviours in football: A systematic review
There Is No Such Thing as an International Elite Under-9 Soccer Player