Coaches Association - Wednesday 21st March 2018
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Posted By : Nathan Batchelor

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Please note earlier start time below. This session is to be held entirely indoors.

 

Hello everyone, I hope you are all well and ready for our next coaching workshop. Firstly the Wolves legend, Mick Matthews, provided an excellent and innovative way of delivering a coaching session based on set pieces – attacking and defending on Monday 12 March 2018. He motivated and spurred on the exceptional Wednesday Academy players to deliver a quality coaching session.  A big thank you to Mick, The Owls Academy players and their Lead Phase Coach, Kevin Fogg.

 

Our next guest coaches have come highly recommended by their Academy Manager, Gareth Prosser. Gareth delivered a session for us a few years ago but was very respectful what Sheffield & Hallamshire Football Coaches Association does for local Grass Roots and Academy coaching in South Yorkshire.  Gareth was so impressed he wanted to support our association and recommended that a couple of his Wolves Academy Coaches deliver a session to continue their links with our aims and objectives.

 

Our forthcoming coaching workshop will see two coaches from Wolverhampton Wanderers Academy deliver a coaching practice ‘The Wolves Way’. Our guest coaches are:-

 

Jonathan Hunter-Barrett, who is Head Of Coaching 9-12 years old at Wolverhampton Wanderers Academy.

Marc Campbell, who is Assistant Academy Manager and Head Of Coaching 13-16 years old at Wolverhampton Wanderers Academy.

 

Jon and Marc will deliver a session based on ‘The Key Principles Of Initiating And Finishing The Attack’

 

If it’s teaching your players to deal with build up play and better finishing......which helps win matches!! Then why not make an effort to support these coaches, from a Premiership Club in waiting, who are willing to travel to improve our knowledge and coaching ability of their chosen topic.

 

When: Wednesday 21st March 2018 – 5pm start with indoor presentation followed by practical delivery 5.45/6.00pm indoors

 

Where: Sheffield United Academy Facility Firshill Crescent Shirecliffe Sheffield S4 7DR

 

Who: Jonathan Hunter-Barrett and Marc Campbell; Wolverhampton Wanderers Academy

 

 

Kind regards

 

Bob

  

(On behalf of Sheffield & Hallamshire Football Coaches Association)

 

 

 

For more information about Sheffield & Hallamshire Football Coaches Association please contact Bob Cooper on the following:-

07748142605 / 07724693288/ sheffieldhallamshirefca@gmail.com / rac1956@hotmail.co.uk

 

 

 

The aim of the S&HFCA is to improve the effectiveness of both male and female coaches working at various levels of the game.    It does this by keeping members (and guests) up to date with current developments in the game and by delivering monthly “master class” sessions, presented by some of the leading figures in the English game.   By improving coaches it aims to help raise playing standards and also sustain participation rates of players and coaches within the grass roots game.             

 

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