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Manor Youth look to build after successful 2016/17 season

PUBLISHED: 14:30 20 June 2017

Manor Youth's Hafiz Ahmed (far, right) with youngster taking part in the weekly football sessions being put on by the local club (pic: Manor Youth).

Manor Youth's Hafiz Ahmed (far, right) with youngster taking part in the weekly football sessions being put on by the local club (pic: Manor Youth).

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Hafiz Ahmed discusses plans to expand set-up and get more youngsters involved

Manor Youth are looking to build the foundations of their set-up by offering weekly football sessions to youngster every Sunday at Wanstead Flats.

The local club have big plans on expanding their set-up and Head of Youth football Hafiz Ahmed discussed their plans going forward.

He said: “We are at our early stages, however by end of 2017 we are looking to build a full foundation football base.

“We want to recruit and develop 70 players across four age groups; under-eights, under-10s, under-12s and under-14s.

“After 6 months development, we will introduce our system of play and maximise all our players potential in playing football the right way with structure and organisation and give players an Academy feel.”

Manor Youth have already had a successful season and are looking to build and expand the club to attract future sponsors and get the local community involved.

Ahmed added: “We started off with one team from our youth centre, but now we really want to push as a club and go forward.

“We have some really big plans ahead and everyone from the board to the coaching staff are looking forward to what the future can bring.”


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