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Following the very successful October half term professional footballer coaching, the club has organised another 3 day course.

Venue – Star Trek III: The Search for Spock Great Wyrley Performing Arts High School

Dates – Tuesday 26th May, Wednesday 27th May, Thursday 28th May.

Times – 10.00 to 2.00 each day

Cost –

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Coaches – Richard Sneekes (ex WBA), Tony Morley (ex Villa and European Cup winner), Chris Marsh (ex Walsall FC), Daryl Burgess (ex WBA), Bob Taylor (ex WBA)

This is an opportunity for players to receive high quality coaching in a fun filled friendly environment, whilst also getting an insight into the world of the professional footballer. Feedback from the October session was excellent.

How to apply: – 


and forward to Keith Hardy, 38 Rosewood Park, Cheslyn Hay, Walsall, West Midlands. WS6 7HD.

Any questions – contact Keith on 07836202764No End in Sight film

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    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

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