192SQFT Goalkeeping Academy is a unique opportunity for goalkeepers to learn and hone new skills from top English Premier League coaches. The camps philosophy is based on the belief that a firm technical base underpins a goalkeeper’s development supported by progressive tactical knowledge and enhanced by physical conditioning. All physical conditioning should be functional, position specific with the aim of enhancing all movements made by the goalkeeper within a game. These skills and methods will enable each keeper to be more confident in their own ability and display a positive attitude. Stoke City and Manchester United Goalkeeping coaches will use this camp to identify talent.
Coach Matt Pasquinelli began playing soccer at 13, and by the age of 15, was playing with the Detroit Express of North American Soccer League, representing their youth team. This led to him being offered a contract at age 16 with Detroit Express Senior squad. He spent the next three years with the team, and then played at Berry College of Rome, Georgia. Coach Pasquinelli then went on to be drafted by St.Louis Steamers of Major Indoor Soccer League.
Goal Keeping Coach Derby County FC
A born and bred Geordie, Goalkeeping Coach Eric Steele has worked with some of the biggest names in British football in a long and distinguished career that has taken him all over the world. One of the first exports from Wallsend Boys Club, a hotbed of North-East talent which has produced the likes of Alan Shearer, Peter Beardsley and Michael Carrick, Eric joined Newcastle at the age of 18, having already been capped by England at youth level.
Coach Eric Steele of Derby County Football Club and 192SQFT Academy Wins Major Award
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