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Simon Noakes – Youth Development Phase Lead Coach

 

Simon has over 16 years coaching experience in and around Academies. Simon’s passion is to ignite the best in young athletes and watch them prosper in their own unique ways.

– UEFA B Licence

– Advanced Youth Award

– Sports Psychology Degree

Email; info@ThePerformanceCorner.com

Liam Mansell – Foundation Phase Lead Coach

 

Liam has coached for over 12 years, specialising in the development of young athletes in football. Liam has stressed the importance of the FUNdamentals when it comes to his sessions. “each session must help master the basics of the game whilst wearing a smile on your face”

– FA Coaching Licence

– Full Teacher Qualified

– Foundation Phase Specialist

Email: Liam@ThePerformanceCorner.com

Lyle Kirkham – Sports Psychologist

 

At Spark Performance our mission statement is to contribute to the learning and development of teams and individuals in a positive way. Our role is to create psychologically informed environments whereby teams and individuals have a better understanding of what psychology is and how they can use it within the game. We treat every individual as unique and believe that everyone has that spark!

Abi Harrison – Coach

 

Abi’s bio will soon be available…

Jamie Jones – Coach

 

Jamie has started his coaching career working with a number of age groups across the foundation phase. He has spent time working out in America with a vast range of abilities. Jamie has a passion for developing young athletes and is constantly looking into new ways to help them master the game.

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