View Full Version : Training at Murray Park for the player on friday?

15-02-2011, 19:46
or with it being the day after a game, will the player have friday off?

reason I ask, I've got the day off work and thinking of taking the wee man through with me to get shirts signed etc?

15-02-2011, 20:01
I'd imagine there's always some players in at all times, maybe not training - but physio sessions etc?

15-02-2011, 20:03
I would imagine they will be in preparing for Sunday.

Well they had better be.

15-02-2011, 20:04
I assume they will
fancy a wee drive up that way anyway lol

17-02-2011, 19:06
heading up this way tomorrow, is it ok to just park your car out on the roadway?

I've seen some pics on google earth and cars just parking at the side of the road no bother.
side note, what time do they usually finish up?

Hap Hapablap
17-02-2011, 19:48
Stalker ;)

Dede' Arneaux
17-02-2011, 20:00
side note, what time do they usually finish up?

I dread to think how early it could be :roll:. Let us know

Disco DeeJay
17-02-2011, 21:07
I thought that everyone who played an evening game got the next day off training.

Certainly used to be the case.

I also posted a Daily Rebel fail on here a couple of months ago.

When the Beggars signed Ljungberg The Rebel had an article saying how he had enjoyed his first day training with the Beggars and fitted in with his new team mates.

TLB was interviewed in another paper and said that Ljungberg hadn't yet met most of his team mates, as they had a match the night before and they always get the next day off training, so only players requiring treatment were in.

17-02-2011, 21:19
I would think they will be in for a recovery session

17-02-2011, 22:35
They should be learning how to pass a ball,take free kick's and generally press a ball to win it back

17-02-2011, 22:42
What exactly does training at Murray Park involve? I mean is there anything they particularly focus on, because to me it seems like there's nothing we're actually good at.

Poor passing, poor at set-pieces, poor at throw-ins, poor in front of goal, poor at defending, poor at keeping possession, poor at closing down the opposition.....

What do they do at training?