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(Oct 07) An Evening with Sir Trevor Brooking

Representatives of the Club, who are members of the Manchester FA Coaches Association, enjoyed an opportunity to meet Sir Trevor Brooking recently at the Manchester FA headquarters in Salford. Sir Trevor is the FA's Director of Football Development. The purpose of his visit was to introduce the new FA Skills Coach Programme to the Coaches Association. The programme is aimed at developing 5-11 year old children and introduces new methods of coaching, some of which were demonstrated on the all weather pitch to a group of volunteer attendees. Sir Trevor believes that this initiative will ultimately provide future England teams with a higher standard of player - with maybe one or two from our own talented youngsters !

The picture below shows Dave Stead, Pierce Moloney, Steve Coy, Andy Stead, Dan Shea and Andy Gater with Sir Trevor at the evening's event.

An Evening with Sir Trevor Brooking. The picture shows Dave Stead, Pierce Moloney, Steve Coy, Andy Stead, Dan Shea and Andy Gater with Sir Trevor at the evening's event.


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