Coaching is not only about talking to the whole team, it is also about giving pointers to particular individuals. Apart from being a sensible option - it is better than stopping the whole session to correct one person's mistake - it is also the best way to ensure that people improve.
Defeat might often be bitter to swallow but it is also a great opportunity to learn.
Malcolm Gladwell popularised the idea that practise is what makes top athletes what they are and, although the way he described the 10,000 hours of practise as being the key has since been debunked, there is no doubt that deliberate practise is an essential element for those trying to improve.
Talking of practise, here are five myths about genius.
"In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity" Albert Einstein