Science and sport to the fore as squad gets to work

Ebbsfleet United’s squad reported for duty first thing on Monday morning and were put through their paces on the training ground mere hours into their opening day. Fleet’s Head of Performance Lee Taylor put the players through a series of short, high-intensity sessions across three hours, with the squad’s new GPS trackers enabling live analysis…

Fleet offer places for performance and physiotherapy interns

Ebbsfleet United are offering positions for ambitious and talented interns to join our management staff in the fields of sports therapy and rehabilitation; sports science; football performance analysis; strength and conditioning; and nutrition. Working alongside our management team including manager Dennis Kutrieb and head of performance Lee Taylor, the successful candidate(s) will gain hands-on experience…

“No limits” – LT launches full speed ahead

The club’s new head of performance is determined to hit the ground running once a new season is under way as he reveals he has already set plans firmly in motion. The vastly experienced Lee Taylor brings international and top-tier-level skills to the Kuflink Stadium and he joins new manager Dennis Kutrieb and director of…

Fleet welcome experienced Head of Performance to Kuflink Stadium

Ebbsfleet United have added to their new performance structure with the appointment of Lee ‘LT’ Taylor to the position of Head of Performance at the Kuflink Stadium. A hugely experienced professional in elite high-performance, LT’s remit will see him design and oversee all areas of sports science, strength and conditioning, fitness, nutrition, video and data…

Put a smile on Fleet physio’s face

Ebbsfleet United physiotherapist Jamie Crosswell is embarking on a summer of extreme physical challenges for charity and is asking Fleet fans to help him raise as much money as possible for his chosen cause. Jamie, a six-year veteran of marathons, has set himself a new challenge this year that includes a Half Ironman triathlon in…