Pro Sports Cybernetics is a sports development training and programme provider that supports sports professionals to reach their peak performance.
In order for our development tools and techniques to work at their optimum level, we support people to first of all achieve our 3 life principles. Evidence tells us and we believe these life principles play a key role in development of any individual. If any one of these are misfiring or not met, then the mind or body may not operate at its full capacity.
Our 3 life principles are:
Consistently good eating habits
Appropriate and consistent amount of sleeping hours
Our vision is to develop character through conversation, intelligence, well-being and sport.
We aim to do this by:
Indoctrinating a fun, rewarding and professional culture towards sports and development
Promoting higher levels of general health, fitness and awareness
Use sport and mentoring as a medium to introduce valuable life skills such as critical thinking, mutual respect and competition
Grant the opportunity to access experienced, inspiring and influential coaches and mentors
Euon Brown is a retired professional footballer who mainly played as a midfielder, but could also operate as a defender. Born in London, England, he represented the Grenada national team. Widely known for his pace, intelligence on the pitch, skill and tough tackling, Brown was dubbed ‘the best player I’ve seen since Paul Walsh’ by his grassroots manager.
As a youth footballer, Brown was predicted to make it as a professional at 9 years of age by those who watched him. He was sought after and scouted by many clubs including West Ham United F.C., Charlton F.C. and Queens Park Rangers F.C..
Brown represented London, North Kent, and Kent County at district level and was also part of an elite group that was selected to play for the infamous Paul Elliott (footballer) football academy that has produced the likes of Kieran Richardson, Andros Townsend and Chris Eagles. Brown has played against the likes of Jamie O'Hara (footballer), Jonjo Shelvey, Roger Espinoza and Carlo Costly in his career.
When Brown left secondary school, he signed for Queens Park Rangers F.C. on a professional youth football contract. He was also offered an England national under-16 football team school boys’ trial, but injury halted his opportunity. Following knee surgery and after his recovery, he was called up for Grenada U17s to represent them as a youth international. After accepting the offer, he went on to represent Grenada as an international youth footballer from U17 level as captain, through to U21 level. Brown appeared for Grenada at the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup, making his second international appearance in a 4–0 loss to Honduras on 11 July 2009. His first senior international cap came against Antigua and Barbuda in June 2009.
At a professional senior level, Brown had small stints in Sweden, Finland and Denmark. Injuries were Brown's downfall, and after succumbing to a number of injuries and operations between 2004 and 2012, he became injury prone, limiting his ability to play football at the frequency and demand required for a professional footballer..
Brown is the first British born player to play youth through to senior football for Grenada. Brown played for the Grenada at a time when they had their highest FIFA World Ranking (88 in July 2009).
Brown retired from football in 2012, as injuries constantly hampered his opportunities to play and ultimately halted his career. The challenges Brown faced triggered him to research and study the psychology behind confidence and performance. As a result from findings, Brown created Pro Sports Cybernetics to coach sports professionals build confidence whilst reaching and sustaining their peak performance.
Terrell Forbes is an English former professional footballer who played as a defender.
Forbes was active between 1999 and 2018 and was a member of the West Ham United 1999 FA Youth Cup winning team and gained promotion from Division Two with Queens Park Rangers in 2004.
Forbes also played professionally for Bournemouth, Grimsby Town, Oldham Athletic, Yeovil Town, Leyton Orient, Chesterfield and Aldershot Town.
In 2013 he moved into Non-League football and featured for Dover Athletic, Dulwich Hamlet, Hemel Hempstead Town, Farnborough, Grays Athletic and Whyteleafe.
Terrell is well known in the football industry and enjoys coaching ball mastery and foot pattern work for players.
OUR AFFILIATED ACADEMIES
Kent Elite Scouting Academy
Kent Elite Scouting Academy, the South East premier scouting academy is for boys and girls aged from 4yrs to 16yrs. They play their matches against professional academy teams on a regular basis, in order to get your child signed at a professional club. Their success rate is second to none and within the last four years, they have over 40 children signed in professional club academies and over 300 players who have been scouted.
JP6 Football Academy
JP6 Football Academy provide weekly elite training to children aged 4+ to improve and enhance their understanding and love for the game. Founded by ex-professional footballer and former Charlton Athletic captain Jason Pearce, the JP6 Academy was established to provide boys and girls from Eltham and the surrounding areas, a place to come to learn and develop both socially and in their game. Their expert coaches offer advice and knowledge beyond football, building academy players’ confidence as well as their understanding of football.