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Friday, August 07, 2020
Van-Lowe looks Forward to Next West Ham Game

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Jaaziah Van-Lowe and his West Ham United Academy teammates picked up a 2 – 1 win over Holland FC in a pre-season friendly.

Following the match, Van-Lowe said, “Today was yet another learning experience, in the past if I let a ball in I would be mad with myself and it usually affected my performance.

In my pep talk with my coach, he told me that all goalkeepers let in goals. How you allow it to affect you and your performance is what matters.

Today, I hit a ball out and didn't jump up in time to save the rebound ball. Instead of getting upset, I counted to 3 and got hungry for a win all over again.

I'm proud of my teammates as we played an Academy team with players who are 13 and 14... We are 12 and done well.”
Wednesday, August 05, 2020
Coddington & West Ham Academy Begin Training

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Both Professional Development Phase (PDP) sides at the Academy of Football - West Ham United Under-23’s and Under-18’s - have begun pre-season training for the 2020/21 season.

Both teams, who have been training at Little Heath Sports Ground, are operating in accordance with government protocols and Premier League guidance to prioritize the health and wellbeing of everybody involved.

The Under 23’s returned to the training pitch first, and then Remy Coddington and his Under 18 teammates returned soon after, both teams have so far done so in accordance with Stage One of the Return to Training Protocol: small group training only with up five players in a group while strictly adhering to the government’s social distancing guidelines, replicating the processes and facilities used in the first team's return to training.

The Academy, its medical and operations team, has implemented strict safety measures to ensure the wellbeing of all personnel, including health screenings, temperature checks, and players and staff arriving and departing from the training ground in their own kit.

For the Under 23’s, a number of players were on show having signed their first professional contracts as footballers, while plenty of new Scholars including Coddington also turned out in Claret and Blue for the very first time with the Under 18’s.
Friday, July 31, 2020
Van-Lowe Looking Forward to new West Ham Season

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Jaaziah Van-Lowe is looking forward to another great season with West Ham United.

Van-Lowe said, “Coming from Bermuda to the UK and playing with West Ham United was a big adjustment as the level/expectation was higher.

In Bermuda I was focused on the technical side, I've now learned that I must be more vocal. Making that adjustment, and being more vocal to players I didn't know was a challenge but I'm improving daily.

I push myself and remember to have fun, I've learned a lot and I look forward to another successful season.”

Van-Lowe concluded, “My advice to any player/ Athlete would be to always give it your all. You never know who is watching. Training is a part of your daily routine, not just with your club, and remember, practice makes perfect.”
Tuesday, July 28, 2020
BFA Youth Referees Go Over Laws of the Game

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The Bermuda Football Association’s Chairman of Referee’s Crenstant Williams arranged a session for Youth Referee’s to go over some of the Laws of the Game Changes.

The meeting was held via a Zoom Session facilitated by CONCACAF and FIFA.

Overseeing the session was Victor Stewart, a CONCACAF Technical Instructor in Refereeing, Mark Cahen - Manager of Refereeing – CONCACAF, Esse Baharmas - FIFA Technical Instructor, Javier Santos - Referee Development Officer - FIFA and Bermuda Referees Association Treasurer Zayna Foggo.

Click Here to see the Laws of the Game 2020/21

Friday, July 24, 2020
Bean Named to TopDrawerSoccer Fall All-America Team

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TopDrawerSoccer Fall All-America teams are selected from the 88 Regional Honorees, with Jai Bean named in the team.

The teams are compiled by TopDrawerSoccer with consultation with coaches and media members from around the country.

Players from all 34 fall-playing soccer states are eligible for consideration.

Bean, who attended South Kent School has committed to Duke was named the New England Soccer Journal Player of the Year after leading South Kent School to a 19-0 season and a Prep Top 10 No. 1 ranking.

The junior standout directly factored in 40 percent of South Kent's offense with 16 goals and 18 assists.

Bean is the No. 192 prospect in the Class of 2021 IMG Academy 150, and certain to rise in the future as he makes a bid to be part of Bermuda's National Team player pool.
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