Soccer school trains Chorley Football Club’s youngest fans
7:00am Thursday 24th April 2014 in News
The Easter holidays saw another fun and successful half-term soccer school run by Chorley Football Club.
The 40 participating kids showed up to Victory Park each morning, looking forward to an action packed day with their new friends.
Each day, the young athletes had training and help with technical skills, penalty taking and other activities.
On the last day Chorley FC striker James Dean presented certificates to each child that had taken part.
Chairman Ken Wright, said: “It was a fantastic few days and I’d like to thank all the children who took part.
“These are hopefully future fans of the club and it can only stand us in good stead in years to come.
“The more sessions we put on the more kids attend and that is wonderful to see.”
Chorley FC midfielder Jamie Vermiglio, who oversaw the sessions, said: “We’ve done these sessions before and kids love them. They are so enthusiastic and eager to learn.”
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