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Admin Posted - 02/01/2013 : 11:02:57
The NH Cobras of the Nashua Soccer Club, in conjunction with the New England Revolution and US Soccer, will be sponsoring a coaching seminar on February 4, 2013 at the Holiday Inn in Nashua, New Hampshire. The seminar, featuring US Youth National Team head coach Tony Lepore, and New England Revolution Director of Youth Development Bryan Scales, will focus on the long-term athletic development of local youth soccer players. Both Lepore and Scales bring with them a wealth of experience on the construction of an age-appropriate environment for the development of young soccer players. This seminar is open to coaches and other interested parents. Registration is limited to the first 60 participants who register.
Please RSVP to our execboard@nhcobrassc.com e-mail and we will be sending you further confirmation notices.
Attached is a copy of the flyer for this event and would ask that you please distribute it to your membership. As always, should you have any questions regarding this event or otherwise, please do not hesitate to contact us at the e-mail address indicated above.
Respectfully yours in soccer,

Stephan de Pénasse
VP Administration
Peter Jean
Academy Director
Bryan Scales
Technical Advisor

execboard@nhcobrassc.com
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