Andre Schembri’s Traainer continues to intensity their commitment towards helping local footballers after announcing a collaboration with the Malta Football Association.
Traainer, which is focused solely on the individual development of the player with round-the-clock support in all aspects, will start providing its services to the national teams from youths to seniors.
“We are delighted to announce that we shall be servicing and supporting the Malta Football Association through the delivery of player profiling diagnostics, across all squads from youths through seniors,” Traainer said in a statement on their social media channels.
“As a company we consider this a sincere privilege to support the Association in fulfilling their wider vision and mission – “We can perform better.”
In the statement, Traainer explained how their coaches conducted a batter of sophisticated tests on 200 players across five days with the aim of providing performance insights on the physical capabilities of all national team players.
“We would like to thank all the coaches and internal stakeholders for being instrumental in the take-off of this project and we look forward to building on this over the course of the season,” the statement concluded.
Photo: Stephen Gatt.
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