We look to develop the player according to the FA’s four-corner approach, the four areas for development being Technical, Physical, Social & Psychological.

This approach will improve the technical ability of the player, the athletic capabilities and movement skills of the player and enhance their decision-making. It will also improve their confidence and communication as well teaching them important life skills and how to be part of a team.

Our aim is to produce individuals who display the following values:

  • Will always try their best.
  • Has an appetite for listening and learning.
  • Respects coaches decisions.
  • Never gives in.
  • Will not disrupt others with poor behaviour.
  • Always on time.
  • Smart appearance (e.g., shirt tucked in, laces tied up, skins in club colours, clean boots).
  • Shakes hands with coaches before and after training.
  • Attends KTJFC sessions and games to improve as a person as well as a footballer.

We also aim to produce players who:

  • Will work hard on weak areas of their game even though it is difficult.
  • Support and encourages teammates, particularly if a mistake is made.
  • Is confident and brave enough to try new things and never fears making mistakes.
  • Is a team player.
  • Tries to play through the thirds.
  • Is positive in 1-on-1 situations.
  • Works hard when opponents have the ball.
  • Respects officials and their decisions
  • Displays sportsmanship, plays fairly, and does not cheat.
  • Never uses bad language.
  • Respects fellow teammates and their opinions
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