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Junior Football Leaders Award

Junior Football Leaders Award

I Done It – I Passed

I am so proud to be sharing my news with you all, as I have mentioned in my previous post, I was going to be attending the FA junior leaders training during my summer holidays. I attended the course and I really enjoyed myself, I was very nervous to begin with but I did settle rather quickly, making friends and having lots of fun. I now have the FA junior football leaders award to be able to show you all.

We started off by introducing ourselves so we all knew who was who, we was then told what was going to be happening throughout the day so we all knew what was going to be happening. The fun training soon began and the whole process of the course was relaxed and very enjoyable, we spoke about team work, skills and we was put in groups of 5 to do role play of being a referee.
We done passing, goal scoring, played all sorts of different games taking in turns of being a referee, we also done lots of talking about different situations that occur during football.
I learnt that it is a hard job to be a referee as you have to control the game and keep a very close eye on all the players, I learnt of all different types of fails and the meaning behind the red and yellow cards that the players get given.

I really enjoyed my day and have learned some new skills from attending this course and now have some knowledge of how to lead and referee a game.

This certificate marks the beginning of my football career that I have dreamed off as a football coach. I am now excited to see what my future holds for me. I am also taking PE as  one of my GCSE’s and I am also looking for other training events to attend and help me build on my training to help me achieve my dream.

Lee

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Becoming A Junior Football Leader

My Life Dream 

For my local football team I will be helping them raise money on the 9/8/2014 for extra kit and eqipment, we are raising money by helping to pack shopping at our local supermarket from 10 – 2 pm, hopefully we will raise enough needed.As you may have seen on previous posts I love football, being a footballer is my dream, I love anything to do with football, I have recently been chosen to play in our local team and this is great.

I am doing business studies at school to set up my own sports business so I can turn my hobby into a career, by doing this it will not be a job that I will not look forward to getting up for, everyday will be a good one and a very healthy one.

Next month my mum and dad have paid for me to attend a one day course that will give me all the skills I will need to lead football activities as a young person and begin my coaching career, I am going to be provided with the knowledge and skills to work with children aged 6+, the course will teach me how to teach, the ability to plan and deliver safe, fun and progressive football games / skills

A good start on my career

I am really looking forward to this, it will give me a good head start on my career, I will be able to meet new people, make new friends, get some great advice, some new skills and progress that bit more.

I am really looking forward to putting all my plans into practise next month, I now feel my plans are now being put into action, it is a scary but exciting feeling.

I am nervous but excited, wish me luck everyone.

Keep a look out if you would like to see how I get on.

becoming a juior football leader
My life is definitely a pitch
      Lee J