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60+ Coaches off to Barcelona

60+ Irish coaches are heading to Barcelona next week to view the 5 star training facilities at Futbol Salou. The Trip which is being organised by Ireland’s top grassroots football tour operator, DB Sports Tours are do so with the intention of getting managers familiar with the facilities and coaching staff.

IT’S the time of the season when amateur clubs start planning their 2014 trips and Futbol Salou is a destination Irish clubs could become very familiar with.

Futbol Salou

The state-of-the-art football facility just outside of Barcelona will be making its debut with the Irish market this season and promises to impress all 60+ coaches heading over next week.

“Our main, and immediate goal, of course is to teach visiting players/coaches the Catalan philosophy.”

The Dublin-based company are behind the combination of the Irish team tour market and this exciting Spanish destination. Next month’s club/coach inspection visit will give interested parties the chance to travel to Salou and see for themselves the benefits of exposing their young players to the Catalan way.

From international tournaments to team bonding weeks that incorporate games against local opposition and master-class training sessions with the resident coach, Futbol Salou offers so much.

Albert Vinas

Former RCD Espanyol youth player and Technical Director Albert Vinas now has the same role at Futbol Salou and as the man charged with educating visit teams in the Catalan ways, he couldn’t be more experienced.

DB Sports Tours Albert Vinas Ex-RCD Espanyol Head Coach

Recently appointed the Director of Coach Education for Libya, Vinas tutored former Barcelona Head Coach Tito Vilanova and Liverpool Head Academy coach Rodolfo Borrell when working with the Catalan Futbol Federation.

“For the moment I have not worked with Irish Football, but I have much experience in other countries such as Korea, Finland, Norway, USA, Japan,” says Vinas.

He went on to say, “I look forward to the opportunity to work with the Irish market, which I believe is a very exciting market with a lot of talent and potential.

“At Futbol Salou we want to help clubs with every aspect of football, from exposing them to different levels of teams with friendlies, to learning the Catalan philosophy with the master-class or even training the coaches themselves.”

“Through the master-class session I organise it normally in Catalunya, because we want the players to practise and the coaches can see how we exercise and our mythology.”

To find out more information about any trips contact DBSPORTSTOURS

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