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UNDER 11 Sharks 23/24

Started the 2021/22 season in the highest tier and had a very tough time adjusting to the standard. Confidence took a considerable nose dive but the boys kept going. Dropping to the blue league after Christmas was just as hard. Despite this, they still played positive and attractive football. The boys won two games in the group stages of the cup competition, won the next round and were even 2-0 up against a red league opponent before losing in the Quarter Final.

 

Still, a good run of friendlies saw the boys win the U9’s Kenilworth Wardens trophy, beating the hosts on the way to the final and then beating, red league and higher tier, St Peter’s Celtic with the last kick in the final. Absolute scenes! 

 

A week or so later, the boys won their second tournament in a row, winning the Khalsa U9’s competition thanks to their superior goal tally. 

 

Two further summer tournaments, also saw the SHARKS runners up in the Coventry Sphinx and Tysoe tournaments.

 

The boys all have a great fighting spirit and very rarely give up. They work hard and are all improving. The team picked up the Leek Wootton Most Improved Team award at the end of season award ceremony. All their effort over the season came together during the tournaments. Long may it continue.

Recent Kit Launch

https://youtu.be/IC84HknpAHc

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Meet The Coaches

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James Ball
Manager

Introduction to Coaching Football qualified and Everton supporter. Sites Neville Southall as his childhood sporting hero. Coaching style based on Pete Sturgess and the FA DNA Foundation stage with influences from Joner Football and SoccerCoachTV. Does like a Peroni! 

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Ben Clarke
Assistant

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Tom Folliot
Assistant

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