Boxertony

Soccer and Boxing Query

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    Hi Everyone!

     

    Only just joined this site and thoroughly enjoying it, its so great to share experiences and knowledge about everything regarding Adelaide and the Visa procedures. My first two queries, is there anyone who can help?

     

    1.) I was an Ex-Professional Boxer for ten years and I am still heavenly involved in the Boxing circuit both Amateur and Professional here in the UK. Its something what I enjoy. Is there any boxing gyms etc, in Adelaide.

     

    2.) My 19 year old Son is a Professional Footballer for a Championship League Team here in England. Its very important for both my son and I that is football is maintained when we move to Adelaide.

    Does Adelaide United FC have a good youth team set-up.

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    I am still heavenly involved in the Boxing circuit both Amateur and Professional here in the UK.

    Are you still alive? Or are you God's boxing rep on Earth?? :biglaugh:

    Can't help with this as I don't like boxing however....

     

    2.) My 19 year old Son is a Professional Footballer for a Championship League Team here in England. Its very important for both my son and I that is football is maintained when we move to Adelaide.

    Does Adelaide United FC have a good youth team set-up.

     

    It looks like they are getting serious with the youth section this is last years but it shows that they do have a set up.

     

    Adelaide United FC - National Youth League

     

    COACHING AND LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN NATIONAL YOUTH LEAGUE

     

    Adelaide United Football Club, one of the most successful clubs in the fastest growing Australian Hyundai A League. The National Youth League is a newly created competition which will provide a pathway for youth players into the Hyundai A League and national teams and quality game-time to selected Hyundai A League players.

     

    Consequently, we are seeking a number of highly motivated professionals in the following areas:

     

    NATIONAL YOUTH LEAGUE COACH Part-time position (25-30 hours per week)

     

    As the National Youth League Coach you must have a passion for the development of talent within a Club environment. You will be a professional who has a working knowledge of the modern game of football and have the ability to work with the senior coaching staff to lead some of the best young players in the country.

     

    You will have a significant and successful coaching record at a senior level, with a strong history of youth player development in previous roles. As such, you will have experience in developing a Football Development Plan and implementing coaching philosophies and processes to foster talent. Knowledge of modern technologies and physiological preparation is essential, as are well developed communication skills. You must hold a current FFA/AFC Level “B” coaching license as a minimum.

     

     

     

    Applications close Saturday 31 March 2007 and must be addressed to: The Football Director, Adelaide United Football Club, PO Box 620, Hindmarsh SA 5007 or by email to michael.petrillo@adelaideunited.com.au Applications will be treated in strict confidence.

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