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Warren Joyce leads training session

30 Aug 2018

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Melbourne City Football Club and Active Melbourne City Sports (AMCS) collaborated to host a complimentary training session on August 15 for 30 Docklands’ workers who play soccer weekly during their lunch time.

The 75-minute training session, led by head coach Warren Joyce and assistant coach Patrick Kisnorbo, took place at the Docklands Sports Courts. The weekly games hosted were part of AMCS’s activity program to get inner-city workers active during their lunch breaks.

Mr Joyce said it was great to help develop and improve Docklands-based football players with AMCS.

“These players love the game so much as to play during their lunch breaks, so to be able to partner with AMCS and impart some of the knowledge we have at City was a no-brainer,” Mr Joyce said. “Hopefully we see a few of the players throughout the season at AAMI Park.”

AMCS trainees were given the opportunity to meet and take photographs with both Mr Joyce and Mr Kisnorbo after their session as well as a chance to win a season membership. Additionally, all 1500 AMCS participants were given a 20 per cent off for Melbourne City FC memberships.

Program manager at Active Melbourne City Sports, Sarah McGrath, said AMCS was grateful for the opportunity to work with Melbourne City FC.

“They are a wonderful organisation for many reasons, but notably how they seek to get involved with local football enthusiasts,” she said. “We are so grateful for the opportunity to collaborate with them.”

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