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Everton F. C. uses drones to film training #drone #droneday

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Fun read from The Gaurdian:

“Managers always see from the side, from the sideline, the dugout – a lot of people wonder why managers go up into the stand; it’s because you can get such a better picture tactically where your men are, and how things are going. Thierry Henry [when] doing his badges – he wants all his sessions filmed from above.

“Well you go one step further with a drone. A lot of teams now are using this drone technology to go up and film training sessions so you then can literally say to people you’re in this position, you should be covering. It really is getting some traction in the sporting world as well.”

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