Dozzell Holding Coaching Courses
Thursday, 2nd Aug 2012 11:27
Ex-Town midfielder Jason Dozzell is holding another of his two-day coaching courses for kids. The former England U21 international will be running the sessions at Ransomes Sports Club in Sidegate Avenue on Thursday 9th and Friday 10th August from 10am until 3pm.
The courses are open to both boys and girls aged five-to-13 and cost £25 for two days and £15 for one. Either book by calling 07919 371407 or turn up on the day.
In addition, the one-time Spurs man is running the Jason Dozzell Advanced Soccer School on Monday nights, also at Ransomes Sports Centre.
These 5.15pm-to-6.30pm sessions are open to seven-to-12-year-old boys and girls. Ring the number above for more details and the price, or just turn up on the night.
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