The Khalsa Academy meet the Red Army!

PUBLISHED: 11:10 08 June 2006 | UPDATED: 10:17 06 May 2010

The Khalsa Academy visits Liverpool FC

The Khalsa Academy visits Liverpool FC

Youngsters from the Khalsa Academy project were invited to train with the mighty Reds. Coaches from FA Cup holders Liverpool coached Khalsa players at the club s Academy recently. It was part of the Letchworth-based Khalsa project to help encourage player

Youngsters from the Khalsa Academy project were invited to train with the mighty Reds.

Coaches from FA Cup holders Liverpool coached Khalsa players at the club's Academy recently.

It was part of the Letchworth-based Khalsa project to help encourage players of different community backgrounds to play football together. The youngsters developed their skills with the help of professional coaches.

Khalsa, which runs the Brazilian Soccer Schools in North Herts, took 30 youngsters up to Merseyside.

Spokesman Bal Singh said: "It was an excellent opportunity for the youngsters to learn off coaches of one the most successful clubs in Britain.

"It also gave them a platform to showcase their skills."

P Khalsa are shortly holding trials for their scholarship scheme.

There are plans for this year's students at North Hertfordshire College to be coached by a top Spanish club as part of their development.

Please forward your CV to: Khalsa Academy, Unit 8 Business Centre West, Avenue One, Letchworth GC, Herts SG6 2HB. Further information available at www.teambal.com

To book your place on the trials, please call Bal Singh on 07813 179797.


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