June 16th, 2020
Wynnum Wolves FC will use the upcoming school holidays to preview a new collaboration aimed at lifting coaching standards at the bayside club to an even higher level.
Wolves FC will team with the South East Queensland-based Magic Group to offer a first-class coaching camp experience for all Wynnum Wolves junior players during the mid-year break, as an appetiser to some exciting new coaching initiatives to be rolled out at Wynnum Wolves FC in the coming weeks.
The 3-day holiday camp (June 29th – July 1st) – which will be opened this week to all Wynnum Wolves’ players aged 9 – 16 – will be delivered by a highly skilled and credentialed coaching team from the Magic Group including Sean Lane (FFA A Licence), Pat Hedges (FFA A Licence and FFA
Advanced Coach Developer), Vedran Becirbegovic (FFA B Licence), Claudio Canosa (Pro Licence) and Dao Phan (FFA A Licence).
The club will also offer an in-house camp for the club’s 6 -8 year-olds – led by club Technical Director, Ken Mitchell, supported by other club coaches and Senior players.
Wynnum Wolves FC President, Rabieh Krayem, said the upcoming holiday camp was the first step in a broader plan to ensure junior players at
Wynnum Wolves FC will be able to tap into quality coaching throughout their journey at the club.
“Magic Group CEO, Adem Poric and I are of the same mind when it comes to Junior Development in Football. We want all young Footballers – no matter their aspirations in the game – to have the opportunity to access quality coaching and mentoring that will help them be the best they can be at whatever level they choose to play the game. Our interest extends beyond just producing good Footballers on the pitch, but well-rounded Football individuals off the pitch as well.
“Wynnum Wolves’ affiliation with the Magic Group will enable our club to offer that opportunity to all junior players at our club, as well as other junior Footballers in the area.”
Likewise, Magic Group CEO, Adem Poric said he was looking forward to building a strong partnership with the Brisbane bayside club into the future.
“Our coaches are committed to developing payers who want to continuously challenge themselves to become the best their talents will allow. We’re all about equipping the young players we work with all the tools they need to achieve long-term success in Football and a wholistic love for the game, by creating a learning environment that nurtures skill, strength and competence,” he said.