I received this email from Luke, if anyone can help him he would really appreciate it.
Let us give this lad a chance, he has fire in his belly.
Hello my name is Luke Pybis i am hoping that by you visiting this site it will help me achieve my personal goal of becoming a professional goalkeeper. please read my c.v. up to date and if you are interested please contact me at the e mail a.d. given or phone number. E mail, firstname.lastname@example.org -contact number is 07973564582
most of all enjoy going through the site, and please visit the guest book, and tell me what you think of the site, hope you enjoy the video, this was done by my dad, well he is getting on a bit,,,lol
enjoy, play a game in our new arcade section, and if you would really like to please join the site as a member this would help me promote the site in Google and Yahoo
My previous clubs include, Brackenwood under 12 cup winners
- Barlows charter standard club, cup winners x 2
- Millennium boys champions league trophy
- Spent a season at Ormskirk West End in the craven minor league
- In all the teams I have played in I have either won the parents/players player of the year, or
the manager’s player of the year.
Two years experience training with Ray Newlands in Just 4 Keepers and for the last 2 years has been at a Tranmere Rovers School of Excellence, I now play for the under 15’s I have played for the under 16’s, even though I am only 14. I am also the under 15’s Liverpool School boys keeper, I did play last year for the under 14’s school boys where we won the league and shared the Merseyside cup final competition, where I was written about in the Liverpool echo for making 2 brilliant saves and keeping Liverpool in the game whilst one nil down
Shared the under-14 honours with Liverpool, on finals’ night at Prenton Park, the home of Tranmere Rovers.
June 9 2009 by Paul Snowdon, Liverpool Echo
“In the younger age category (under 14), Gary Law gave the North Merseysiders a 21st-minute lead from a Chris Clarke pass. This advantage should have been extended, but Liverpool goalkeeper, Luke Pybis, pulled off two great saves.
On the stroke of half-time, James Joyce netted an equaliser as the league winners came more into the game.
After the interval, the Reds dominated possession, but failed to capitalise on a series of free-kicks as the game petered out to a 1-1 draw.”
Also represented Liverpool in the Dublin cup, a knockout competition where the team won through to the final
Cup glory in Dublin for Liverpool Schools Football Association
September 15 2009 by Paul Snowdon, Liverpool Echo
“LIVERPOOL Schools Football Association celebrated the start of their 77th season in charge of school soccer in the city, with victory at the under-15 Dublin International Youth Football Tournament.”
I do extra training with a goalkeeper coach that trains in a non league academy, I train with the older senior group consististing of 5 other keepers with ages ranging from 17 to 28 years old, I believe that not only am I learning from the goal keeper coach but also using these more experienced keepers as a benchmark as to where I should be, as these keepers all play to at least a semi pro standard I have played at professional stadiums such as the race course ground (Wrexham) and Prenton park, (Tranmere Rovers) as part of the School of Excellence and in cup finals representing clubs and Liverpool School boys
I am ambitious, strong i have the drive and motivation to become a professional player also i am only 14 which gives me a lot of time to further develop my football game.
My recent keeper coach who has moved to one of the top 4 premier league clubs as their keeper coach stated in my last report that there is no reason as to why i could not achieve Y.T.S. status either here at Tranmere Rovers or any where else.