Newsletter (02) Term 2
Players returned to training this week after the easter holidays with great enthusiasm.
The technical team had a challenging task of regaining the full focus and attention of players especially in the Pre Academy groups. It was simply too exciting for them to reconnect with their friends after the school holidays.
The Academy players on the other hand quickly settled back into their old training routine and continued to polish their touches, improve their stamina, fitness and intensity.
As part of our ongoing communication with families we hold a parents meeting a the start of each term. The meeting provides parents with the opportunity to find out what is happening within the program, ask questions and offer valuable feedback. Unfortunately due to the pandemic we had to put these gatherings on hold. Now that we are into the post pandemic phase, we will be able to re-introduce those meetings starting this term. A date will be communicated to parents via their respective WhatsApp groups.
Parents have a responsibility to make sure that the uniform policy at training and games is strictly respected. These rules are in place to support our players development. Please make sure you check the uniform colour before sending your child to training. If unsure bring both kits. Players will not be allowed to train with the wrong colour uniform. The foundation we are laying down today will no doubt help shape and support our players on and off the football field.
Together lets’ create, support and maintain a dream football development environment and culture for our players.
See you on the field
Soccer – health benefits
- Soccer is a good sport for maintaining health, fitness, strength and endurance.
- You can play with a club, learn through a junior clinic or have a kick with friends.
- Make sure you have plenty of fluids on hand and rehydrate regularly.
- Don’t overdo it. Mix up your physical activity with other low-impact sports.