Dragons have hopes for Gosling academy
Push is on to make the special clinics a fixture
JAMIE Gosling’s Football Academy has opened a Port Douglas campus to serve a number of local families who wanted to send their kids to his clinics but were prevented because it meant travelling to his main campus in Cairns. The main campus of the Gosling academy is in Cairns.
Jamie holding sessions at DUFC grounds in Cassowary park at 4pm on Wednesdays till the end of the school year.
“We are hoping that we get the numbers needed to make this a permanent fixture so that the children of Douglas Shire have access to the same opportunities as Cairns children,” said Douglas United Football Club president Logan Marsh.
Jamie Gosling Football Academy is an independent soccer academy, not affiliated with any FNQ soccer club.
JGFA players are encouraged to train with and play for their junior soccer clubs during the season. The JGFA mission is to develop these young players with extra specialist coaching for the ultimate benefit of their local clubs and FNQ football in general, developing them as individuals, and ultimately strengthening junior soccer in the region.
“As a mentor and coach, I seek to instil the love and enjoyment of football in young Jamie Gosling is a former English Leagues player and current member of the Aquis FNQ Heat’s National Premier Leagues squad. He played against Liverpool in the FA Cup before moving to Australia and playing in NSW and Victorian competitions. Jamie joined Douglas United in the FNQ Premier League, guiding them to the championship in 2012. For more information on the Jamie Gosling Football Academy in Port Douglas call Kim on 0412 579 107 or email email@example.com.
children. I want to encourage good sportsmanship and team spirit in children,” said Jamie Gosling.
“I think it’s vitally important to be good people on and off the pitch, something that is sometimes lacking in the modern game.”
Logan Marsh said the JGFA had the full support of Douglas United Football Club. “We encourage DUFC members to join in these sessions to continue developing their skills during the off season.
“It’s also a great opportunity for children who haven’t played football before to try the sport without having to commit to the Saturday games in Cairns. We are looking forward to having some strong junior teams when we start back the season in February.”
Jonah with the big wind up and kick
Jamie Gosling Football Academy squad
Lewis Marano weaves through traffic