New Structure for Trust Keeper Courses
Friday, 13th Jul 2012 15:42
Town’s Charitable Trust are introducing a new structure to their Goalkeeping Player Development Centre for the season ahead. Rather than running across three 10-week blocks they will be in two lasting 15 weeks.
During the 15 weeks of training, the goalkeepers will be integrated into game-related outfield training sessions to help develop their positioning, game understanding, as well as communication with defenders.
Trials are taking place at Portman Road on Tuesday 31st July (5pm-6.30pm) in three 90-minute sessions.
Group one is for U7s, U8s and U9s, group two for U10s, U11s, U12s and U13s, and group three for U14s, U15s and U16s.
To book a place at the trials, email Amanda Haynes here or call 0845 1369 333.
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