U16s Youth Academy Trainer of the Week

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Like every other Bromley Football Club squad, the Youth Academy U16s are working hard from home. 

The video above highlights the efforts from the Youth Academy U16s during this season, and also the hard work they are all putting in from home at this current time.

Being recognised for his outstanding work over the past week is Soul Kader who has been named the ‘Youth Academy U16 Trainer of the Week’, congratulations Soul!

Manager Matt Griffiths spoke highly of the squad;

“This group of boys have worked extremely hard all season both on and off the pitch. The boys attitude and desire has complimented their development and application technically, tactically as well as physiologically, resulting in a successful season for the boys.”

He continued; “Since the halt in the football season the group have continued to show their commitments and maturity by maintaining and enhancing their fitness through a remote training programme, with Soul Kader being nominated the U16’s Youth Academy Trainer of the Week.”

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