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  • 1. INTERNATIONAL GOALKEEPER CAMP organized byREFLEX, UK’s most largest and most successful 1 to 1 Goalkeeper Development Schools & Foundation for The Youth Goalkeepers & B8Enterprises, Inc. DATE: JULY 21 – JULY 29, 2012 PLACE: MANCHESTER, ENGLAND
  • 2. Anticipated ProgramDAY 1 (July 21) - Arrival in Manchester , transfer and check-in to the hotelDAY 2 (July 22) - Visit Manchester United at Old Trafford (Museum and Stadium Tour) , Training afternoon sessionDAY 3 (July 23) - Training morning & afternoon sessionsDAY 4 (July 24) - Training morning & afternoon sessionsDAY 5 (July 25) - Visit the National Football Museum in Manchester, Training afternoon sessionDAY 6 (July 26) - Training morning & afternoon sessionsDAY 7 (July 27) - Visiting the current English Premiership League champion Manchester City (Museum and Stadium Tour), Training afternoon sessionDAY 8 (July 28) - Goalie Wars TournamentDAY9 (July 29) - Check-out, transfer to the airport, departure
  • 3. DEVELOPMENT• Goalkeepers will have the opportunity to train with qualified instructors, professional goal- keepers to improve technical and tactical awareness, and will receive feedback on their game performance to highlight strengths and weaknesses.Video gallery about the latest goalkeeper camp :REFLEX GOALKEEPER DEVELOPMENT SCHOOL
  • 4. SCOUTING• Scouts from the following clubs will participate at the camp during the week of July 23-27:• Premiership: Manchester City (current champion)• Manchester United (runner-up)• Liverpool (5 Champions League titles)• The Championship: Bolton Wanderers, Burnley• Football League One: Oldham Athletic, Bury•
  • 5. Special Guests• Joe Hart (current champion Manchester City Goalie)• Gordon Banks (World Cup winner, Hall of Fame, the second best goalkeeper of the 20th century)• Lee Grant (Goalie for Burnley)• Owain Fon Williams (Goalie for Tranmere Rovers)
  • 6. JOE HART•• Charles Joseph John "Joe" Hart (born 19 April 1987) is an English football goalkeeper who plays for Premier League club Manchester City and the England national football team and was previously a regular for the England under-21 team. Having made his competitive international debut in September 2010, Hart is now recognised as Englands first choice goalkeeper.• Hart was nominated for the PFA Young Player of the Year in 2010 but lost out to eventual new team-mate at Manchester City, James Milner but was voted as the Premier League goalkeeper of the 2009–10 season in recognition of his performances at Birmingham City. He returned to Manchester City for the 2010–11 season and won the Barclays Golden Glove for keeping the most clean sheets throughout the Premier League season, an award he received again in the 2011-12 season. JOE HARTS BEST SAVES IN 2012
  • 7. GORDON BANKS• Gordon Banks, OBE (born 30 December 1937) is a retired English football goalkeeper. The IFFHS named Banks the second best goalkeeper of the 20th century – after Lev Yashin (1st) and ahead of Dino Zoff (3rd).• Banks was a member of the England national team that won the 1966 World Cup. In March 2004 Pelé listed Banks as one of the 125 greatest living footballers. His most famous moment occurred in the 1970 World Cup against Brazil, where he pulled off a stunning save from a goalbound header from Pelé, which is often regarded as arguably the greatest save ever. Banks consistent performances in goal led to the re-wording of a common English idiom to "Safe as the Banks of England". A hero who could fly
  • 8. Services guaranteed• 24 hours supervision• Three balanced meals• Option to purchase additional refreshments• Available emergency medical services• Transportation provided to all sites• 3 museum tour (Manchester City & United plus the Football Museum)
  • 9. Optional Services Offered• Other optional recreational activities* include:• - swimming pool - video games - attending a pro club’s training - sightseeing in Manchester. * extra expenses
  • 10. MANCHESTER
  • 11. Visual ReferencesAccomodation in Manchester
  • 12. Sites of the camp:Blessed Thomas Holford Catholic College Campus
  • 13. Prerequisite• Age limit: from 9 years plus• Gender: Male & Female• Payment information: At least 50% of the cost must be received until June 15, 2012.• Recommended: Health insurance for the period (international)• The rest 50% of the cost must be paid by June 30, 2012.
  • 14. Contact for registration and information • Email: info@besteam8.com Phone: 1.631.245.0781 1.917.508.7162