First Team Analyst
Phil arrived at Wolves in the summer of 2009 as the club increased their Prozone programme.
Possessing a BSc (Hons) degree in Geography and Sport Science from Loughborough University, he also went on to complete his MSc in Performance Analysis from UWIC.
He has previously coached football in America, and has analysis experience working with Glamorgan County Cricket Club while also being involved with the Rugby Football Union on a research project looking at the recent Experimental Law Variations.
Having initially arrived as Academy analyst and to assist the first team match analyst in delivery of the Prozone programme, Phil stepped up to senior duties in the summer of 2011.
First Team Analyst Assistant
Starting in July 2015, John is an assistant to first team Match Analyst Phil Boardman following experience at a variety of clubs across the football league.
John’s role comprises of filming all first team matches and providing post-match statistical analysis to players and coaches.
Included in this is the collation of trends for both attacking and defending set plays and the analysis of goals scored in the Championship.
Furthermore John is involved in collaborative projects with the sports science and coaching departments as part of an individual player development program established at the beginning of the 2015/16 season.
Upon graduating from Loughborough University with a BSc honours degree John has worked for Coventry City Ladies FC, Barnsley FC academy and most recently Leicester City FC, as well as holding an FA Level 1 Coaching qualification.
Head of Academy Performance Analysis
Mike completed a BSc (Hons) Sports Conditioning & Coaching degree at UWE Hartpury and is in the process of studying for his MSc in Performance Analysis at UWIC.
Mike is well travelled having previously worked at Crystal Palace, West Ham Utd and Manchester City.
It was however, Wolves that gave Mike his first analysis work experience opportunities in 2008-09 when Wolves were promoted back to the Premier League.
Therefore, it felt like a homecoming when he secured the Head of Academy Analysis role at Molineux in October, 2011.
He is helping to develop and drive forward the analysis support that is currently in place and to assist in aimong to develop young talent through to the first team.
Academy Under-18 Analyst
Following a coaching background in Northern Ireland Daniel gained his first experience working as an analyst at Portsmouth FC in the second year of studying for a BSC (Hons) Football Studies with Business degree.
Following two seasons working with the academy and senior teams he gained a role at West Bromwich Albion where he spent three years, firstly in a recruitment analysis role before developing and leading an analysis program throughout the foundation and youth development phases.
Daniel has also worked as part of a small analysis team supporting the Irish FA throughout the European Championship and World Cup qualifying campaigns.
He completed his UEFA B Coaching License prior to arriving at Wolves in October, 2015.
Assistant Performance Analyst
Kevin joined Wolves in August 2015, and completed a BSc (Hons) Sport Science degree at Liverpool John Moore’s University. During his time at University, Kevin interned at Everton Football Club where he worked with the Academy for the 2013/14 season.
Since then, he has gained experience with a variety of clubs.
Kevin is responsible for the U9-U16 teams. His role involves filming of all academy games and providing feedback for players and coaches.
MSc Performance Analyst
Russell, who arrived at Wolves in October, 2015, completed a Football Studies degree at Southampton Solent University and is in the process of studying for his MSc in Sports Coaching at the University of Worcester.
Following a season working within the academy department of Charlton Athletic as an analyst, he gained a role at Norwich City as a scout.
Alongside scouting, Russell also coached for the Norwich City Centre of Excellence program, whilst completing his FA Level 2 coaching, and Youth Modules 1, 2 and 3.