Goalkeeping coach Tony Caig explains his role within the coaching staff
12 July 2017
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13 top quality training sessions delivered by the staff. There is no doubt about it, Lee Clark, Alan Thompson, Chris Brass, Tony Caig and Jim Henry have delivered excellence to the lads for seven days.
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The lads are using the time wisely and relaxing, one or two are on the course for a round of golf – Joe Murphy I’m told is constantly beating all comers with the golf bat. Some are, as I write this update, lounging around or in the pool.
Again the lads put in one hell of a shift, and with the heat searing down on them, it’s amazing to watch as they complete every session at 100%. Fitness is improving throughout the group and you can visibly see it.
Although Paul and Tom have been busy looking after their every need, thankfully there is still no major injury worries amongst the squad. Both physios are spending a great deal of time with Nathan Cameron and Danny Mayor with treatment and rehab, though mostly from what I have seen, it's working on various strength sessions. Both players were taking part in a heavy boxing session with Jim Henry this afternoon whilst the lads took part in various drills with Jim and Alan Thompson.
Ryan Lowe named a mostly young side for the Shakers’ debut game in the Premier League Cup, with six Under 17’s playing alongside experienced players such as Joe Skarz, Neil Danns and trialist Anton Rodgers. Leo Fasan also played his first game as a Shaker in goal.