Thursday, October 17, 2013

Liverpool opens academy in India

Liverpool opens academy in India

 Liverpool has announced that it plans to form an academy in India, in cooperation with the minor league team DSK Shivajians from Puna

Besides football field, gym, locker rooms, and the facilities for the medical care of players in the academy will be the classroom, where they will be sanctify attention on education players.

Opening the Academy should be held in January next year and it will be able to enroll all children from 18 years with whom will work coaches from Liverpool.

"For us it is important to education and work with the local community, as it could be crucial to the development of young footballers," said Frank Mekfarland, director of football academies Reds.

"Apart from skills which have here the opportunity to gain for players is equally important to be educated and good people. The results are good, last year was seven players debuted for the first team, "he concluded Mekfarland.

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