David SHERWOOD - Head Tennis Coach, Represented Great Britain at Under 14, 16 and 18 levels
Won the Orange Bowl doubles title in the USA.
Reached the quarter finals of all four Junior Grand Slams, losing to Roger Federer at Wim bledon and Leyton Hewitt in Australia.
Won the doubles title at the Australian Open Junior championships.
Career high junior world rankings – Singles 24, Doubles 5.
ATP: singles ranking of 214. doubles ranking of 174 (2005)
Represented Great Britain in the 3-2 Davis Cup win against Israel in 2005, partnering Andy Murray to win the decisive doubles rubber.
Played men`s doubles and mixed doubles at Wimbledon.|
||Rob Worthington - Fitness coach, Former Mr Universe, Six times Mr Britain, 11 years'experience in USA as a personal fitness trainer, club director of Gold's Gym Atlanta, former competitive strongman
||Karim ALLAOUI - Fitness coach, Mental Preparation INTERNATIONAL COACH Graduated from the University of Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)1974; PHYSIO MENTAL AND PHYSICAL APPROACH Diploma obtained at the Sports; Center of Princeton (New Jersey)1977
||Andy Okwera - Physio Andrew has 10 years experience as a chartered physiotherapist. He has achieved qualifications in Acupuncture, Spinal Manipulation and recently gained the diploma in Orthopaedic Medicine from the Society of Orthopaedic Medicine.
Our Academy has a permanent Physiotherapist in
charge of our students. As football is a sport with
obvious risks of injury, we have a competent medical
staff in place to react with the appropriate people to resolve
the problem of injury. Experience tells us to look
after any injury however small, and we prefer to check
with the professionals (physio, xray or scan) to make
sure that we get to the bottom of every injury. At each of
our Sunday’s games, our team (FM United) has the opportunity
to have an assistant Physiotherapist on the field.