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Coerver Coaching Youth Diploma At Real Madrid CF

Coerver® Coaching are delighted to announce that the first European Youth Diploma of 2013 will be hosted by Spanish giants, Real Madrid CF. The course will take place between the 14th & 15th May 2013 at the “Los Blancos” Valdebebas training centre which is widely regarded as one of the best professional sports training facilities in the world (see below image).

Coerver® Coaching co-founder Alfred Galustian said of the course, “It’s a fantastic way to kick off this year’s Youth Diplomas in Europe. I really look forward to working at Real Madrid again, the last trip was very good especially learning from the then Technical Director of the Club, and now current Spain Head Coach Vicente Del Bosque”. (see below image).

Real Madrid CF first team coach, Jose Morais attended the Coerver® Youth Diploma course in Birmingham in May 2011 and also attended the Youth Diploma course in Madrid in December 2012 (see below image). Jose said “I am a long-time fan of Coerver Coaching, and recommend it to every coach I meet. I use some of the Coerver work with the First Team at Real Madrid and one of the wonderful things about Coerver is that it can be adaptable to players of all abilities”.

Jose added “At the early ages the foundation of teaching should focus on technique, Coerver was the first time I had been exposed to a curriculum, which focused on this philosophy. Since the early years, Coerver has added game related and full game pressures to all of the skills, that was perfect for me in my work”.

“Football is changing so the skills needed by the players are also changing, young player’s today need to be able to make killer passes, to turn at speed and to dribble past defenders. Repeatable drills can stimulate players to improve in all of these areas”.

To find out more information on the Coerver® Coaching Youth Diploma at Real Madrid CF, log-on to www.coerver.es






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