At the end of the four days, all players received a bag of goodies including a personalised front cover of FourFourTwo magazine, a copy of the magazine, a FIFA13 scarf and even some adidas Extreme Power bodyspray!

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There were some spot prizes from FIFA13 for players who stood out for both attitude and ability over the week.

And in a promising sign for the women’s game in Australia, two female players were awarded prizes.

An adidas boot signed by Harry Kewell was provided by adidas ONSIDE and was awarded to Courtney Fooks for the displaying the best attitude throughout the week.

And the award for most improved player went to Tamara Brydon who won a Playstation 3 and a copy of FIFA 13 thanks to EA Sports (picture above).

FourFourTwo Publishing Director and licenced coach Andy Jackson was delighted with the response of the players and the improvements shown over the course of the week.

“This was our first foray globally into FourFourTwo-branded coaching clinics and we couldn’t be happier with how they went.

“It was fantastic to bring our global skills content partnership with Coerver Coaching to life and seeing the improvement in players of all ages and abilities over the four mornings was very inspiring.”

The clinics followed the Coerver curriculum which saw players work each day on a series of ball mastery skills, 1v1 moves and team play focussing on their individual technical development.

“Some of the skill levels on display were exceptionally high and the best thing about the clinics was that boys and girls and players of all abilities were able to work together on developing their technique,” said Jackson.

A fantastic week was had by all and the next FourFourTwo Performance Coerver Skills Clinics will return to the Sutherland Shire FA in the July school holidays. More details to follow in due course.

Our special thanks go to adidas and EA Sports for their help in making it an extra memorable week for the players.