P90 President Oral Bullen addresses a group from a summer clinic.
Camp to Take Place on Dec. 20th at MaryHelp of Christians Academy
Bloomfield, N.J. (Monday, December 14, 2009) – Planet90 Soccer formally announced today an upcoming clinic that will occur this Sunday, December 20th. The camp, which is open to the general public for all middle school players, will take place at MaryHelp of Christians Academy in North Heldon, New Jersey.
“The Planet90 Soccer Clinic at MaryHelp will kick off a very busy winter for Planet90 Soccer,” Planet90 Soccer President Oral Bullen commented. “We will have tournaments in New York and New Jersey and also offer intense soccer training sessions at the Turf Trainers indoor facility in Neptune, New Jersey.”
More details regarding the upcoming clinics at Turf Trainers will be announced in the very near future, but in the meantime, Bullen took a moment to touch on the focus of the clinic that is offered this Sunday at MaryHelp.
“The upcoming Planet90 Soccer Clinic will cover speed and agility training, dribbling, skills, ball work and finishing on goal,” he stated. “I encourage all to come have a fun evening while visiting Planet90 Soccer!"
The time of the clinic at MaryHelp of Christians Academy, where Bullen is the head soccer coach for the high school and middle school, will be from 12-3:00 p.m. The cost of the three-hour training session is only $15 a player, and the location of the school is at 659 Belmont Avenue in North Haledon. The registration form for the clinic is available on the company website at www.Planet90Soccer.com, and a completed form and registration fee can be mailed directly to the school at the attention of Marie Chirico. For any additional questions or information, address them to Bullen via email at obullen@Planet90Soccer.com.
Bullen, the lead instructor of the Planet90 Soccer camps, has been a professional soccer player for the past four years and most recently played with the New Jersey Ironmen. After a decorated career at MLK High School in Manhattan that saw him take NYC Player of the Year accolades in 2001 while also winning three high school championships, he received a scholarship to UMass and captained the Minutemen during both his junior and senior seasons. He has played professionally since receiving his degree in Amherst on both the indoor and outdoor fronts. His company, Planet90 Soccer, takes a unique and self-fulfilling approach to their training methods in hopes of creating well-rounded soccer players and overall individuals.
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