The transition from 7 aside to 9 aside and the players roles within that transition

06Jun2016
River Lane, Leatherhead, Surrey,  KT22 0AY

Lead Coach Mark Newson

From 6.30pm until 8.30pm

At Leatherhead Youth FC

River Lane, Leatherhead, Surrey, KT22 0AY

The theme of this session is ‘The transition from 7 aside to 9 aside and the players roles within that transition’

It will be delivered by Mark Newson, ‘Foundation Stage’ Lead Coach at Crystal Palace FC

Date - Monday 6th June

Time – 6.30pm to 8.30pm

Venue – Leatherhead Youth FC, River Lane, Leatherhead, Surrey,  KT22 0AY

We are very grateful to Leatherhead Youth FC for the use of their facilities and youth players for this session

This session is open for all members of the Surrey Football Coaches Association to attend.

There is no need to pre-book a place, just turn up and we will be there greet you on your arrival and direct you where we will be for the start of the session.

NB, for the practical part of the session, please note this crucial information regarding footwear

http://www.leatherheadyouthfc.co.uk/news/river-lane-stadium-footwear-policy-1580126.html

Please note this statement from the club “Please be aware of our footwear requirement so that everyone who comes on the day really understands that without correct footwear they will not get on the pitch, no exceptions. We would all really like to avoid any issues on the day, so please be aware of our requirements. Thank you”

About Mark Newson:

Mark is Lead Coach at Crystal Palace FC for the ‘Foundation Stage’. He is also first team coach at Dover Athletic (National League Premier). Previous to this he has been a senior coach at the David Beckham Academy, youth coach at West Ham United, assistant manager at Stevenage FC in league one, as well as working in non-league with VCD Athletic and Chatham Town. He is also a coach educator on FA courses. His playing career included Charlton Athletic, then 6 years at Maidstone United during which time he played for England C on five occasions and then 10 years as a professional at Bournemouth, Fulham and Barnet.