Jeez, SLA I can tell you’re a glass half empty sort of guy. So to ease your mind I will let you know that I was an accredited coach. I have retired from cricket so no longer keep up my accreditation as it costs money. I’m not insured. So it is a sort of buyer beware situation, which I would have thought is practiced by everyone on the internet anyway. I got into coaching when I sought out a couple of professional coaches to improve my game. One of my coaches was a wonderful coach and person called George Tribe (look him up SLA). He recommended that if I wanted to know more about how to improve my game I should do some coaching courses. Eventually in 1979 I became a senior coach with the Victorian Cricket Assoc. I would recommend doing coaching courses as a way for anyone to improve their own playing skills, learn more about themselves and how to communicate with other players of ALL levels. I coached for 30 years, sometimes as a paid coach and sometimes for nothing. I found this site and thought that I could share some of my experience with people asking for help. Anyway back to your response SLA. Robert must be really keen to improve his game. He made a short video and posted it and posted it again asking for feedback when his first post was ignored. The video has its shortcomings, but I watched it at least 50 times on repeat. It is very clear from what can be seen on the video that there are two things he can work on. Getting his bowling hand finishing on the opposite side of his body near his hip and getting closer to the stumps with his front foot. I wouldn’t have thought that the advice given was anything radical or out of order. It’s up to Robert if he chooses to try my suggestions. I always listen to advice and sort through what I think is useful and ignore the rest, which SLA, I will do to your recommendation in this case. I would like believe that Robert (and anyone else who asks for advice here) is also capable of doing that.