English Premier League club delivers coaching sessions at Warrenpoint Town FC

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Friday, January 8th, 2016
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Premier League Club Swansea City AFC Academy staff recently delivered a coach education workshop at Warrenpoint Town FC. wtfc5The workshop, which was attended by 40+ coaches from across N.Ireland and the Republic, consisted of practical sessions and a theory workshop delivered by Swansea City Academy staff Roy Thomas, Darran Jones, Aaron McNeill and Joe Carlow. Speaking to Newry Times, Aaron said, “The workshop provided local coaches and clubs an opportunity to enhance their own personal development and offer an insight into the coaching philosophies, methodologies and curriculum of the academy. “We have an established Talent ID centre in Belfast and we are pleased to announce we will opening a Talent ID Centre in Warrenpoint for U9 – U11 players,” Aaron added. wtfc3A Warrenpoint Town spokesperson said to work in partnership with the Premier League football club was a fantastic opportunity.  “We are delighted to be able to welcome the enhancement of the partnership to include the Talent ID academy for U9 – U11 players from our local area and see them have this opportunity.” Trial Dates are Tuesday 2nd February 2016 and clubs are asked to nominate players they believe have the potential to become part of Swansea City at U9 and U11 age groups. Please note that nominated players should individually self register via the Swans website (click HERE) by Saturday 23rd January 2016. There is a £3 registration fee. Players/clubs will be contacted directly by Academy staff after the closing date.

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