Meet the coaches of HTT Academy in the United Kingdom

Meet the coaches of HTT Academy in the United Kingdom

Help the Talent Academy as the name implies, is an ambitious football development academy with the aim of giving talented young players the training and exposure they wouldn’t normally get through their local club. 

This level of development can only be achieved through the help of a passionate and dedicated team of coaches who are focused on providing an environment in which players can thrive, maximising their organic talent.

Here are the coaches who are charged with that responsibility in the UK with the key information for you to learn about them.

Coach Matthew Anderson

Coach Matthew Anderson of HTT
Coach Matthew Anderson of HTT

Coach Matthew Anderson is an apprentice coach at HTT Academy where he offers helping hands to the smooth running of training and development of the young players.

Coach Matthew prefers the passing drill where they have to pass through the cones to each other as it fosters team chemistry.

His favourite player is Eden Hazard who only recently just retired, putting an end to his illustrious career at 32 years old.

Hazard played for Lille, Chelsea and Real Madrid but it was in West London where he made the most impact, scoring 110 goals in 352 games while also winning a good glut of trophies.  

Coach Matthew is a believer in the Gospel as his favourite quote is “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”

Kaydence Kabadaki

Coach Kadence Kabadaki of HTT
Coach Kadence Kabadaki of HTT

Coach Kaydence Kabadaki is another apprentice coach at HTT, the only woman on the UK coaching team.

Coach Kaydence prefers any drill that involves linking up play with the front 3, a real stickler for attacking football like her coaching idol, Thomas Tuchel.

Tuchel managed his way through Mainz, Borussia Dortmund, Paris Saint Germain, Chelsea and now Bayern Munich.

Her favourite player is also Eden Hazard, understandably so as the Belgian forward functioned at his best on the left side of a front three. 

Coach Kaydence believes “football isn’t necessarily won by the best players, it’s won by the team with the best attitude.” 

That quote exemplifies the kind of teaching your wards are getting at HTT Academy with an emphasis on attitude.

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