One Team Collective Enhances Trendy Tech for Football

NFL players accomplish much in the offseason. Rigorous training and preparation for the next inevitable season aside, they also focus their time of side projects. A Player’s Association trading player licenses for equity using a tech accelerator expedites many such projects. ( The accelerator, dubbed One Team Collective has a list of the top five trends influencing the world of technology. Not only do these trends provide good investments for life after football, they also offer the chance to optimize the game itself. The most innovative part of One Team Collective is that every trend is retrofitted for football. It is the footballization of technology.

StatMuse is an AI-based startup functioning as a sports statistics database. One Team Collective has already invested in the application, which provides the ability create custom training schedules. As AI is used for so much, with Alexa and Google pioneering the waters of home-based voice command, it only makes since that AI would emerge in a sports scope. Having a computer with full-knowledge of every stat surrounding a player provides intuitive regimens. Such training in both physical and dietary measures insures optimized training. Athletes can expand their training to place in the best shape possible for their individual levels and talents. The app is still a startup but with AI rising in popularity a wide market is available. Investment in the company could pay off, as teams would start enlisting the AI software to bolster fitness.

Other trends revolve around blockchains, which have garnered popularity since the decentralization of Bitcoin. Blockchains are distributed ledgers containing limitless amounts of data. Using blockchains for football has the effect of revolutionizing the use of performance data. One Team Collective is currently pursuing the implementation of blockchains in WHOOP, which is a portfolio company that lists performance data on a wearable. This type of tech could allow players to track their performance to the smallest degree, marking each infusion of success. It would also allow trainers to be up to date, as all they would need to do is look the stats up on their wearable.

Technology is changing everything, football as well. With One Team Collective players can look to more successful careers on and off the field.

Mourinho Appointed to Revive Manchester United Into a European Powerhouse.

Something of a departure from our recent news, but we at BitsyLink love Manchester United so we figured we’d cover the big news from the Reds this week.

It was almost inevitable that England most successful club in the past Manchester United, would come calling for one of the best manager in the history of football, following their fading trend in not only domestic but also European football.

Manchester United has announced the appointment of Jose Mourinho on a three year deal, on a reported annual income of $17.5 million. This is to usher the same excitement that was led by their former successful manager, Sir. Alex Fergusson. It has been a disappointing three years since Manchester United won the Premier League with the twenty-time champions have finished 7th, 4th and 5th for the last three years. What is worse is that the club will not feature in the champion league next season.

Tampa Bay Times reports that Mourinho was appointed to replace Luis Van Gaal whose contract was terminated earlier by one year due to what the Executive Vice Chairman, Ed Woodward referred to as ‘Unsatisfactory performance". Ed Woodward also hailed Mourinho saying that he is basically the best manager in the game nowadays. He has been two time Champions League winner with Inter Milan and FC Porto, has won eight leagues titles since his managerial career began in 2002 across Italy, England, Portugal and Spain. In the English Premier League, Mourinho has won three titles with former Premier League champions Chelsea.

Following his appointment, Mourinho expressed his preparedness, asking Manchester United fans to forget about the past three years. He said that he knew what the fans expected and that he would do more than just deliver a trophy.