Working with Strikers

We all know the well-known phrase “Goals win Games”, so as the new season will shortly be upon us….. why not refresh and learn some different strategies, sessions and techniques that will help you get the most out of your strikers … Whatever their age and your background and experience as a coach/manager


Date        Saturday 22nd July

Venue     Raynes Park High School, Bushey Road, London. SW20 0JL

Time        9.30am to 4.00pm

Fee          £50


Course Overview


Look at where goals and assists have historically come from

How this has changed as the game has evolved

Predict the future of how the game will evolve

Identify the key attributes for strikers as the game evolves

Plan sessions around maximising on the development of your strikers


What’s in it for you?


In depth understanding of the role of the striker and how to help attain peak performance

Coaching your players to meet the needs of the game today, whilst working with them to meet the requirements of the game tomorrow

Meet other coaches and refresh your knowledge and training resources

You will have access to many different training sessions to use with your strikers through-out the season

Ongoing help and assistance from the Tutor (Chris Mcginn) who runs the course


Who is the course suitable for?


This course is suitable for managers/coaches of all levels and experience

The material and sessions are relevant to players and strikers of any age


The course is run by UEFA “A” Licence Coach – Chris Mcginn, Chris has a wealth of experience from his time in Professional Football. He has over 25 years of working for clubs such as Arsenal, Chelsea, Wigan and QPR to name a few

Chris has worked with player like Dennis Bergkamp, Raheem Sterling,  Jay Emmanuel Thomas, Jay Simpson, Scott Sinclair, Nathan Dyer, Sanchez Watt and Bobby Zamora



“Chris’ coaching and understanding of the game was one of the reasons I went on to become a professional footballer”

Jack Wiltshire – Arsenal


“The Working With Strikers course gave me some ideas for my own team which I can’t wait to put into practice”

Simon Hickman


“Chris’s coaching style reminds me of Arsene Wenger. He is at the front of football development in this country.”

Paul Davis – Arsenal