Tranmere Rovers defenders Kane Wilson, Jake Caprice and Manny Monthe made an appearance at the Club’s Soccer School February half-term camp which was held at Co-Op academy Bebington.
The three-day course was well attended by children aged from six to 12-years-old, as they honed their football skills which were overseen by TRIC’S FA Qualified coaches.
Participants took part in numerous fun activities throughout the three days, which included specific skill games and small-sided matches to help improve each player.
Defender Wilson, who is on loan at Rovers from West Bromwich Albion, spoke about how Soccer Schools were important to him growing up.
Wilson said: “It’s where we all started, doing things similar to this. I remember when my mum used to take me to a similar kind of things, so it’s a lovely atmosphere.
“The community is such a big part of Tranmere as a Club, and without them, the fans in games, you can feel it.
“It lets the kids know that we care. It’s nice to show them that we appreciate their support.”
Nate, who attended the TRIC Soccer School, enjoyed his time and he made new friends and learned new skills.
He said: “I have made some good friends and I have learned new skills.
“We have done warm-ups, football skills and then a match. It was fun and exciting.”
Our Soccer School will be back in the Easter Holidays so please keep an eye on our social media for dates.
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