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Coerver® Coaching UK are delighted to announce that the up-coming Youth Diploma courses in Stoke (Sat 17th & Sun 18th May 2014) and London (Sat 14th & Sun 15th June 2014) have sold out.

The only date remaining to attend the Coerver® Youth Diploma in England during 2014 is in Birmingham
(Sat 21st & Sun 22nd June 2014) with this final courses of the year being delivered by Coerver® Co-founder Alf Galustian (see below image – Fulham FC).

Coerver® Coaching UK Director, Scott Wright said “We are delighted by the interest we have had in our 2014 Youth Diploma courses and fully expect that the final remaining date in Birmingham on the 21st & 22nd June will be sold out by the end of the month. Having all three Youth Diploma courses for 2014 in England sold out weeks before the event shows the great level of interest in the Coerver programme here and I’m sure these are going to be our best ever courses”.

Coerver® Youth Diploma 2014 Course Information

Birmingham (15 x Places remaining)
Dates: Saturday 21st & Sunday 22nd June 2014
Venue: Birmingham City FC, 300 Redhill Road, Kings Norton, B38 9EJ

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Coerver® Coaching UK are delighted to announce that the up-coming Youth Diploma courses in Stoke
(Stoke City FC – Sat 17th & Sun 18th May 2014) and London (Fulham FC – Sat 14th & Sun 15th June 2014) are nearing full capacity and are expected to be sold out by this Monday.

Following three hugely successful years since the course launched in 2011, the 2014 Coerver® Coaching Youth Diploma, in association with global partner adidas® and presenting partner FourFourTwo magazine, is shaping up to be the biggest and best to date with Coerver® Co-founder Alf Galustian delivering the course on all three dates in England (see below image – Coerver® Youth Diploma Manchester City FC).

Coerver® Coaching UK Director, Scott Wright said of the demand for places on the course “To be honest, we have been blown away by the unprecedented national and international demand for our 2014 Youth Diploma courses here in England. We fully expect that the Stoke and London dates will sell out over this weekend which just leaves our final course of 2014 in England which takes place in Birmingham on the 21st & 22nd June with available space.

Scott added “The best advice I can give at this point is to book your place fast if you want to attend the Youth Diploma course in England during 2014″.

Coerver® Youth Diploma 2014 Course Information

Stoke (Places Very Limited)
Dates: Saturday 17th & Sunday 18th May 2014
Venue: Stoke City FC, The Britannia Stadium, Stanley Matthews Way, Stoke-on-Trent ST4 4EG

London (Places Very Limited)
Dates: Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th June 2014
Venue: Fulham FC, Motspur Park, New Malden, Surrey, KT3 6PT

Birmingham (Places Limited)
Dates: Saturday 21st & Sunday 22nd June 2014
Venue: Birmingham City FC, 300 Redhill Road, Kings Norton, B38 9EJ

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Coerver® Coaching UK have taken delivery of the latest vehicle to join the company fleet from automotive partner, Citroen. The Coerver® branded Citroen C1 (see below images), is the first car to join the fleet and adds to the selection of Citroen Berlingo vans that are already operational up and down the country.

Scott Wright, UK Director Coerver® Coaching said of the new arrival and partnership with Citroen “We are delighted how our automotive partnership with Citroen has progressed over the last 18 months. Having these vehicles on the road travelling to the various events that we run not only adds to our brand visibility here in the UK but also to the professional image that we want to project to our customers”.

“We are delighted to take delivery of the first car as part of our agreement to add to the fleet of vans we currently have on the road. We only look to partner with high quality organisations and Citroen certainly come into that category having proved to be an excellent partner during our time together to date and we look forward to working closely together now and in the future ”.

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Following on from last month’s feature in FourFourTwo magazine, Liverpool & England Striker Daniel Sturridge has spoken again about the Coerver influence on his game following last week’s International friendly with Denmark at Wembley.

Sturridge, who is currently the second highest scorer in the Premier League this season with 18 goals, scored the only goal in a 1-0 victory for England with a fantastic header during the important World Cup warm-up match (see below image).

In the days following the match, Sturridge was interviewed by Sky Sports News and explained how he watched Coerver video footage along with clips of the world’s greatest players to inspire him in the build up to the game against the Danes.

Sky Sports News Interview – Daniel Sturridge – Friday 7th March 2014

Daniel Sturridge is taking inspiration from some of the greats of the game as he aims to fire Liverpool to the Premier League title. Sturridge revealed he studies videos of past superstars to try and improve his game. And his video viewing appears to be paying dividends with the striker in magnificent form for club and country, Sturridge scoring the winner in England’s 1-0 victory over Denmark on Wednesday night.

“I have watched clips of so many players”, Sturridge said. “On Wednesday afternoon I was watching Maradona’s clips to take pointers from the skills he was doing”. “Then I will be watching playing like Michael Owen, Gascoigne, Pele, Ronaldo – all these older players who have done it before me. It is important that I improve, that I keep improving”.

“I was watching Wiel Coerver (the late Dutch skills coach) dribbling skills at the training ground with this young guy who came to the training ground named Harry. I was watching little clips with him and telling him ‘you’ve got to watch these clips, it is important”.

“For me, I can never stop improving no matter what age I am at, what club I am at. I have to push myself as hard I possibly can to get as good as I possibly can”.