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Liverpool FC launches coaching programme
September 16, 2015
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DUBAI: Liverpool Football Club on Tuesday announced the launch of the Club’s first full-time coaching programme in the UAE.  Together with partner Pesco, a Dubai-based sports and events management company, the Reds will deliver ongoing player development programmes to youngsters within a network of schools in the country.

The youth coaching project, which will initially focus on schools in Dubai, will officially start from October 2015 and will provide a unique opportunity for young players to learn to play ‘The Liverpool Way’.

The programme will provide youngsters aged between seven and 15 an opportunity to improve their football skills and develop in technical, tactical, physical and social aspects of the game through age-specific coaching sessions.

Through the unique coaching methods of Liverpool FC, there will also be a focus on improving key life skills of the young participants, including teamwork, confidence, motivation and communication.

Pesco will be bringing coaches all the way from Liverpool in the United Kingdom, home of the Club, who will be responsible for delivering the coaching programme, which will be unique to the region and will aim to help develop the game in the UAE.

By A Correspondent

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