Five JCT players to train in UK
Five young JCT footballers, along with head coach Parminder Singh, left for Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club in England for a training stint at their academy. HT Correspondent reports.sports Updated: Jul 06, 2010 01:48 IST
Five young JCT footballers, along with head coach Parminder Singh, left for Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club in England for a training stint at their academy.
During the course of their stay, the players and coach will receive training in modern skills, tactics and sports science from leading experts.
The training stint is part of the community led partnership between the two clubs, that will also see players from the English club coming to India for exposure trips.
The opportunity to train at one of England’s top football facilities will be great for these young players ahead of the next domestic football season.
The contingent is led by JCT’s Head Coach, Parminder Singh, who will also be involved in knowledge sharing session with his counterparts at Wolves FC and the Wolves Academy. The training stint is set to last one week, beginning on Tuesday.
The players: Pawan Kumar (goalkeeper), Amarwant Singh (defender), Amandeep Singh Bains (midfielder), Balwant Kumar and Parveen Kumar (strikers)