03:47PM, Thursday 23 February 2017
iPro Football Coaching half-term camps in Maidenhead and Windsor proved a tremendous success last week.
More than 130 children aged 4-12 years old attended the football camps at Furze Platt Senior School and Clewer Green School. Many of them already participate in after-school clubs and centres run by iPro
Company director Sean Kelleher, also assistant manager at Flackwell Heath FC, said: “I’m extremely pleased with how the camps ran, they were very well received and the children and coaches alike had a brilliant time.
“We’re very much looking forward to the camps over the Easter Holidays. They are designed to offer local kids the opportunity to get outdoors and develop new and existing football skills, taught by full-time professional coaches.
"We have exit routes for any of the players that impress on our camps, including local professional clubs which we have links to.
“The most pleasing thing was seeing so many smiles on the players' faces. That’s one of the most crucial aspects of developing young footballers for me.”
Visit www.iprofootballcoaching.co.uk for further information on iPro Football.
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