Player Evaluation & Development Program


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The Prep4Pro program has been specifically designed to provide players with insight into the on and off-field elements needed to help you reach your full potential.

Our 6 day residential program features top training and continual evaluation from top FIFA Pro-licensed coaches with the focus on getting you developed and prepared for turning professional. Our proprietary on and off-field sessions are geared toward your personal profile — giving you the tools and experience needed to navigate the professional game and prepare you for the future.









Williamsburg, VA: June 2-June 7, 2019


A little rain, a little sun. Perfect weather this week for those involved at the first-ever #Prep4Pro goalkeeping camp. Plenty of work was put in by all the players involved. We would like to give a huge thanks to Powhatan Fury for allowing us to use their facilities, as well as Prep4Pro coaching director Adrian Clewlow for putting on a great program. Below is a brief photo recap of the camp. For more updates from Prep4Pro, follow us on: Twitter: Instagram:

Scouts Honour

The years when every top English side had a nucleus of world-class Scottish players is due in no small part to two ‘super scouts’. At Leeds and Man United, John Barr and Jimmy Dickie were rivals competing for talent north of the border but their friendship and integrity prevailed. By Greg Gordon READ THE ARTICLE...

How the Spanish ambassador became the unlikely face of MLS

David Villa became the first player recruited by NYCFC in June of 2014. Having just finished a successful campaign with Atletico Madrid, winning La Liga, he chose to embark upon an adventure in The Big Apple. By Greg Gordon READ THE...

Can state intervention work for football in a developed democracy?

Fans of a certain age will remember those great sporting powerhouse teams and players of the former Soviet Union or those hot-housed talents athletes and gymnasts of the Eastern Bloc. But in the post Cold War climate, and especially in Western Europe, there’s been a marked move away from state intervention in sports. READ THE ARTICLE...

Blame it on the Bosman

If you’re looking for a scapegoat, an explanation for the gulf in class between Liverpool and Real Madrid, then the search begins and ends with a journeyman Belgian midfielder. By Greg Gordon On 2018–05–30 Paris in the Spring, Liverpool v Real Madrid in 1981. This is the very stuff of nostalgia. Steak lunch, tea and toast at their hotel. Reds’ players with their Umbro shirt branding obscured by tape at the TV broadcasters’ request and left back Allan Kennedy ghosting in from the left flank,...

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