A former Manchester City FC and Liverpool FC trainer, Richard has worked with children from the age of 3 to 11 groups in Greater Manchester, England. Richard has also established a community football team for adults and trained children in Europe, America and Africa. Having spent over a decade working in youth football, Richard now wants to pass on all that he has learnt to a new generation of players.
Richard is also involved in charity work; having set up a UK based charity the raises money for disadvantaged Russian children, iOrphan.org. His charity commitments have seen Richard undertake a number of challenges, including running a number of marathons across Russia in 2011 with 200 Russian volunteers.
Previously working for clubs such as Real Madrid CF, Paris Saint-Germain and Exeter City FC, Adam has worked with age groups ranging from U3 first kicks all the way up to managing adult men’s football teams.
Adam has also visited 10 countries on his football coaching journey, passing on his skills and knowledge to players, coaches and club representatives in over 40 football clubs and schools across Europe.
Working across the north of England, James has provided specialist training to young children from the ages of 2 to 11. Working at variety of locations, James has provided physical education lessons to children in nurseries, primary schools and autistic schools. His training experience spans over 10 years – in the UK and USA, and he has played for his local football team for 13 years. James is also an avid Manchester City fan and season ticket holder.
James has previously led training sessions at a Young Offenders Institute to provide key life skills to young adults. Not only did James train their football team, but he ran a mentoring programme so they could become sports trainers.