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Refugees being offered free football coaching in Preston

Posted on - 25th September, 2017 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Charities, Cottam, Events, Ingol, News
Two of the refugees at the first session held on Friday (22 September)
Two of the refugees at the first session held on Friday (22 September)

A Preston football centre is running a training session for refugees.

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The Sir Tom Finney Preston Soccer Centre is putting on the group sessions every Fridy.

Led by Faisal Member, lead disability coach, the team is appealing for old/spare kit, trainers and football boots.

The training sessions give refugees the chance to enjoy being coached and play football at the Play Football centre at Tulketh High School.

The sessions run from 7pm to 8pm.

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Anyone who can help is asked to contact the soccer centre on their Facebook page.

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