by Craig Anderson
Former Hull Stingrays and Coventry Blaze forward Jereme Tendler believes Glasgow Clan are getting a “very professional individual” in new coach Malcolm Cameron.
Cameron was announced to replace Zack Fitzgerald as the Glasgow side prepare for a new season at last and worked with Tendler at Romanian side Gyergyoi.
The 37-year-old enjoyed working with the Canadian and reckons Clan are getting an experienced coach who knows how to get the best out of his players.
“Clan can expect a very professional individual in Malcolm,” he said. “His resume speaks for itself and for a coach to have over 700 wins, he clearly has been around the game long enough to have seen all the ups and downs but has been very successful throughout his career.
“Having coached so long he understands both the game and his players. He has a good idea of when players need to be pushed or rested.
And Tendler revealed his detailed method of working, plotting his opponents and finding how to win plus reckons he will be a popular appointment.
“Malcolm enjoys picking apart teams by watching film and practicing to capitalise on the teams weaknesses or shut down what ever threats the opposing team may have,” Tendler added.
“He’s coming to win and will push each player to give their best. He’s very approachable, gives maximum effort in everything he does.
“I believe the players, fans, coaching staff and league will enjoy Malcolm.”