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PHIL WALKER FOOTBALL

DARE TO DREAM _ WALK WITH US

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OUR ETHOS

Our first goal is to contribute to the all-around confidence and mental well being of the children who train with us. We aim to assist in developing a positive mindset, a disciplined attitude and a focused thought process. Ultimately, transferring these skills into all that they do, both off and on the pitch - using the ball, the pitch and the net as a metaphor for all their desired life goals and future achievements.

Our second goal is centred on training young players, boys and girls aged 4 -14 with the technical skills needed to play intuitively for grassroots league football. The underlying ethos is to either harness natural talent or harness those who are gifted at working hard.

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 WEEKDAY SKILLS 

Our Weekday Skills School is the perfect environment for new football players aged 7 - 14, who desire to build both their confidence and technical ability.

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SATURDAY SKILLS 

Our Saturday Skills School has 3 prime functions.

1. Practice time for PW DONS

2. New players enhancing skills

3. The ultra young - ball handling

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PW DONS

With over 15 teams in our local Saturday grassroots youth league, being a member of the PW DONS Football Club is for children who are passionate about football. 

 

Focus, endurance, discipline and commitment are all the key driving attributes that are needed to grow in our Football Club. The entry age group is 7 to 14.

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FOOTBALL CAMPS

Our Football Camps focus on five key areas for boys and girls aged 5 to 13. We call them, our 5 Football Forces:

 

  1. Overall Well Being 

  2. Health and Fitness

  3. Passion for the Game

  4. Scouting

  5. Development of the PW DONS players

Training

THE FOUNDER, PHIL...

“Too many times I see again and again a child’s potential to express themselves on a football pitch being affected by the wrong goals. Winning becomes more important than development.”

 

 

"Compared to when I played and lived overseas, one factor continues to trouble me when watching football in England. Why can other countries continually produce talented two-footed footballers, who possess both technique and vision? Where are the future homegrown stars in England?"

"Our goal is developing boys and girls of all ages to fulfil their potential, to play the game the right way - with a smile on their face."
 
Beau Walker
(He now runs the club following his fathers' ethos)

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