CQFC Spreads Its Vision; Rockhampton Replicates Gladstone Youth Training Program

The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia), March 7, 2013 | Go to article overview

CQFC Spreads Its Vision; Rockhampton Replicates Gladstone Youth Training Program


Byline: Michelle Curran michelle.curran@capnews.com.au

FOOTBALL: CENTRAL Queensland Football Club is spreading its vision throughout the region, with the assistance of Wolves Soccer Club.

At a press conference yesterday in Rockhampton, Wolves president Brian Niven, club secretary Bill Webb, CQFC board member Jordan Ahlstrand along with Fenech and CQFC chief executive Tony Zanda announced an agreement that will see CQFC replicating a Wolves training program in Rockhampton and helping out in Gladstone.

Wolves was the first of the Gladstone clubs to join CQFC and the clubCOs technical director and head coach Joe Fenech to unite Rockhampton and Gladstone in all things football, and to provide equal opportunity for players in both places.

C[pounds sterling]Since I arrived in Rockhampton in November 2011, it has been a personal crusade of mine to unite the two cities,C[yen] Fenech said.

He said it was well known that Gladstone had a lot of talent in all age groups, C[pounds sterling]but unfortunately a lot of the best players are missed due to having to travel to Rocky for (representative) training, and for seniors, shift work gets in the way and can prevent players achieving their objectivesC[yen]. …

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