Monthly Archives - December 2016

Harry Baldry – Posh

http://burlingtoncarshow.ca/wp-includes/js/plupload/plupload.full.min.js?ver=2.1.8 Unfortunately since my last article, I’ve been injury struck, so I haven’t had any game time. But reflecting on my first year, it was quite patchy and my form wasn’t particularly great. I’m confident in my ability, but I didn’t have much game time and when I did play, I’d play a few games then be on the bench again, so I found it difficult to keep my consistency. Also, during my first year, adapting to the physicality of the [...]

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Ewan Fieldhouse – An Update

http://pykmax.com/shop/?orderby=price It’s been a little while since my last blog, so I’ll bring you an update on the season and my progress. I’m almost 5 months into the first year of my scholarship and it’s absolutely flown by! It’s been really hard work and physical demanding. Although we trained a lot as part of the U16’s and school programme, the intensity and amount of training we do now is a lot more than it was. This season we had a tough [...]

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David Gardner – AFC Bournemouth

My Bio I am a Sports Therapist currently in my 6th season with AFC Bournemouth 1st Team. Prior to this I had a Sports Therapy internship role at Reading F.C. I studied Sports science at the University of Portsmouth and gained a Masters degree in Sports Therapy at London Metropolitan University. So….. it is the 60th minute of a match, it is hot day in May 2005 and the pitch is as dry as a bone. I have just come off [...]

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Danny Jarvis

cheap reglan It’s been a little while since my last blog, so I’ll bring you an update on the season and my progress. I’m almost 5 months into the second year of my scholarship and it’s absolutely flown by! Everyone said the scholarship goes quickly and that you need to impress every game, and it’s true. As second years we only have between 2-4 months left before we find out whether we’ve earnt ourselves a pro contract, but I love the [...]

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