Posted: Fri 18th Oct 2013

Nomads new ‘Head of Community’ hits the ground running organising half term soccer schools

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Friday, Oct 18th, 2013

The Nomads have appointed ex player Chris Herbert as the clubs new Head of the Community officer.

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Chris will be full time at the club and his aims will be to improve links and relationships with primary and high schools in the area, offering during and after school football clinics. 
Chris will also be working closely with our partner junior club Deeside Dragons and will be running Saturday morning turn up and play sessions over the season. 

Chris is currently manager of Conwy Borough FC who play in the Cymru Alliance league. He holds the a UEFA B license coach and is due to commence his UEFA A license this Summer.

One of the first jobs for Chris is to organise half term training camps details of which are below:
The Nomads’ five day soccer camp runs from Monday 21st October to Friday 25th October and Monday 28th October to 1st November with coaching from UEFA A Licensed coaches including

The Nomads’ Director of Football Mark McGregor (ex Wrexham, Burnley, Port Vale and Blackpool), and Darren Moss (ex Shrewsbury, Crewe Alexandra, Morecambe and Chester City).

For just £35 per child, your youngster can learn from some of the best in the region this half term, or alternatively, can come for £15 per child per day.

Each day runs from 9am-3pm with each player needing to bring their own packed lunch and drink.

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