Training partners can raise levels
MACCLESFIELD Town fitness and conditioning coach Danny DouglasPringle hopes the team can now perform at a higher level after announcing a new training partnership with Sonda Sports.
The partnership will see the Silkmen squad wear state of the art GPS devices during all training sessions, which will allow the coaching team to access the very best in statistical data to aid them in a whole manner of different ways.
The new deal came after manager Sol Campbell requested a change to training, and Douglas-Pringle is happy that the deal is in place.
“Sonda were quick to respond to our query when searching for GPS units. The Manager wanted training monitored every day, so that we can develop the player’s fitness in the most professional way possible,” he said.
“The GPS and heart rate monitors provided by Sonda will undoubtedly help us to achieve this and we would like to thank them for the professionalism in delivering their service.”
Marketing and PR Manager for Sonda Sports, Karol Klosiewicz added: “The statistics which are derived from our GPS monitors will allow Sol and his team to access the best data for monitoring player performance and also mitigating injury risks.
“Our partnership with Macclesfield Town excites us greatly and we are pleased to be able to help the club as they battle to preserve their EFL status.”
Meanwhile, Macclesfield have confirmed that on loan midfielder Malachi Napa has returned to parent club Oxford United.
Malachi made fifteen appearances for The Silkmen during his short spell in first half of the season, but he now heads back to the Kassam Stadium.