Post by CaptainBayliner on Feb 11, 2011 9:35:58 GMT 10
The thing I really like about the Australasian Soccer Academy is that it's not a trial and select academy. The Academy takes players from 5 year olds upwards in any division in any league boys and girls.
There is no ego's or elitism attitudes. Every player is treated the same and every player is about helping each other to become better players. It's really like one big family community of footballers working together.
The only prerequisite is that players want to work hard and learn and listen.
Who knows maybe there are more Mitchell Dukes out there that just need a break to get the skills and training that ASA offer.
Post by CaptainBayliner on Mar 5, 2011 14:30:08 GMT 10
For Your Information,
The Australasian Soccer Academy will be conducting april school holiday training camps at King Park Merrylands (Off burford rd) and Rydalmere Park (Off south st) between the 11th - 14th and 18th - 21st of April.
The holiday training camp is open to all boys and girls from 4yr upwards. Special guest trainer will be English Premier League trainer and scout Jim Petruzzi.
Places are limited to ensure the quality of training. Cost $195.oo
If you wish to know more. Please contact Tony or Joanne
Post by CaptainBayliner on Sept 13, 2011 16:06:02 GMT 10
ASA student Kwabena makes his mark with Central Coast Mariners according to Graham Arnold,
Having made a host of changes in the second half, including introducing pacey National Youth League player Kwabena Appiah-Kubi, as well as Brad McDonald and Sam Gallagher to the game, Arnold said it was always his intention to give as many players game time as possible.
“It was important in our first game of the pre-season to get as many minutes into the legs of as many players as possible.”
“Kwabena’s got pace, he’s got talent, and he’s just another youngster we’re not afraid to work with or give a chance to.”