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GND Achievements: Testimonials

There’s lots of reasons to celebrate at Pro Sports Cybernetics!


In life, this side of review and evaluation is too often missed, if looked at all. Instead, as individuals we tend to focus on what’s not working well so we can change it. This is a very good practice, but we also often forget to recognise what’s gone well and purposefully pause to celebrate.


Celebrating success stories is important because it helps us to feel good, share success, learn and adapt, be and remain motivated, develop a success mindset, and release endorphins in our body and dopamine in our brain.


Take a look at our key achievements with our clients, through our sports coaching services.

Reuben Lammie

Congratulations to our client Reuben who has achieved some big wins on our Complete Behaviour Change programme. Reuben was ready to quit football 3 months ago. Since working together Reuben has built his confidence and self belief, and improved on not comparing himself to others. He was ultimately offered a scholarship with Welling United FC for 2023/24. Reuben trusted the process, did the work and is now chasing the dream of being a footballer.

Lewis Francis

Lewis needed a boost after his football career was held back due to COVID-19. He had a good youth career behind him, having played for Tottenham FC and Watford FC development teams. The results of Lewis enrolling on the Complete Behaviour Change programme were incredidle. Lewis has now signed for Tooting and Mitcham U23s.


Eric Rojas

Eric started his career at Atletico Madrid in Spain where he spent a number of years. In his time there he won many accolades including Top Goalscorer and Player of the Year trophies. Eric moved onto EF AV La Chimenia in Spain where he was also a hit scoring goals and becoming top goalscorer. When Eric and his family made a permanent move to England in February 2019, he was recommended to join our football academy. It didn't take Eric long to settle in, scoring 4 goals in his 6 games for us that season. With Eric's impressive form and history, we swiftly signed Eric onto our Sports Management programme, which resulted in Eric signing for Bromley FC U16s in August 2019, having just turned 14.

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Kareem Isiaka

Kareem is a pacey forward who can play in either in a central or wide position able to pounce on opportunities from set piece situations due to his height. Kareem was scouted by our coaches when he was 13 and was quickly snapped up by Charlton Athletic. He spent 5 years at the club and came to prominence most by being the top scorer for the U18s, finding the net 13 times in 26 games, giving him a ratio of one goal every two games. He also showed his goal scoring prowess by scoring 1 goal in 6 games for the U23s. Kareem was released in July 2020 and signed for Welling United shortly after. His stint and Welling United was short and impacted by COVID-19. As soon as the barriers opened, Kareem signed for UMF Vikingur Olafsvik and made a flying start by scoring 7 goals in 2 games. Kareem now plays for Arbroath FC in the Scottish Championship.


Zane Ayton-Green

Zane had an explosive start to his football career signing for Millwall FC at the age of 13 and having a 4-year spell with them. He received a lot of interest from Chelsea FC and Arsenal FC at the time, but chose to stay with Millwall FC. Zane was released by Millwall FC in March 2018 and signed for Bromley FC U23s in September 2018. Whilst at Bromley FC, Zane came to the attention of many professional clubs, with unsuccessful trials at Luton FC, Peterborough United FC and Shrewsbury Town FC. Zane’s time at Bromley FC came to an end in June 2021 and is currently a free agent hoping to sign a professional contract for 2021/22.

If you have been a member of the Pro Sports Cybernetics family and have a major achievement or goal reached with us that you would like to share, get in touch so we can celebrate together!

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