Expert gives students key advice in Dearne

Dearne Valley College Football Academy Athletes - (back, L-R) Mmeli Ndlovu (18, from Swinton), Ross Clarke (18, from Darfield), Louis McKie (17, from Conisbrough), Max Newbould (17, from Thorpe Hesley), Connor Richardson (16, from Wath-upon-Dearne), Luke Mangham (17, from Rawmarsh), Alex Bell (17, from Rotherham), (front, L-R) Jean-Claude Ngoyi (18, from Swinton), Callam Cheetham (17, from Rotherham), Josh Armstrong (18, from Denaby Main), Danny Kabeya (19, from Rotherham), Louis Ford (18, from Cadeby), and Ritchie Bywater (18, from Conisbrough).
Dearne Valley College Football Academy Athletes - (back, L-R) Mmeli Ndlovu (18, from Swinton), Ross Clarke (18, from Darfield), Louis McKie (17, from Conisbrough), Max Newbould (17, from Thorpe Hesley), Connor Richardson (16, from Wath-upon-Dearne), Luke Mangham (17, from Rawmarsh), Alex Bell (17, from Rotherham), (front, L-R) Jean-Claude Ngoyi (18, from Swinton), Callam Cheetham (17, from Rotherham), Josh Armstrong (18, from Denaby Main), Danny Kabeya (19, from Rotherham), Louis Ford (18, from Cadeby), and Ritchie Bywater (18, from Conisbrough).
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Dearne Valley College welcomed an expert in foreign sports scholarships to speak to their academy football players about potential opportunities in the USA. Dan Gray, director of the Pass4Soccer organisation, which assists students in gaining football scholarships in America, gave a presentation and held a question and answer session with students.

Dan Gray, director of the Pass4Soccer organisation, which assists students in gaining football scholarships in America, gave a presentation and held a question and answer session with students.