WPSS announce exciting Goal Keeper program for term 4

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WPSS is excited to announce a partnership with INGOAL and welcomes James Bannatyne and Issac Tetteh to the WPSS Staff to further enhance our goalkeeper development program.

James Bannatyne is a former All White, who represented New Zealand at the 2010 FIFA World Cup and currently runs 'INGOAL' to enhance goalkeeper development in New Zealand and the Oceania Football Confederation. Through his international work with the Red Bull football organization, James helped bring Issac to New Zealand in 2016. Issac will be the lead coach for the WPSS program from Term 4 onwards.

Isaac Tetteh Moved to NZ in 2016 after being first-team goalkeeper and captain for Reb Bull Ghana in Ghanaian 1st Division.

Since arriving in New Zealand, Issac has enhanced the landscape of professional goalkeeper coaching and has worked alongside; Waibop Federation, Ole Academy, Western Springs, and New Zealand Football with the Future Ferns Development Programme.

Isaac is one of very few professionals dedicated to goalkeeper development here in New Zealand. Isaac draws on multiple experiences from overseas and New Zealand to provide an optimal training environment for young goalkeepers who wish to perform on the elite stage.

We are excited about the future of the WPSS GK Development Programme with Issac.

Leigh Kenyon