Bolton Wanderers stars teach youngsters their football skills at schools across Bolton
1:18pm Wednesday 30th October 2013 in Bolton
BOLTON Wanderers stars have been passing on their skills to the next generation of players.
The Whites first team squad has been helping teach children the beautiful game at a series of “classes” in schools across Bolton.
It is part of Bolton Wanderers’ BWFC Juniors half-term football courses.
They focus on structured coaching in a fun and friendly environment.
Andrew Lonergan and David Ngog were at St Catherine’s Academy, while Chris Eagles and Craig Davies were at Ladybridge High School.
Goalkeeper Lonergan said: “The children we’ve met were all really keen and are obviously passionate about football. I always enjoy getting out in the local community and doing my bit to put a smile on these kids faces.”
Midfielder Chris Eagles added: “I was blown away by some of the skills of these young players. They really impressed me.
“I used to love going on similar courses to these when I was a child and it’s great that these boys share that same enthusiasm and enjoy their football so much.”
The courses, which are held for youngsters aged five to 13, aim to teach youngsters “at their own pace”.
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