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One Two Magazine has been a great help to our club, coaching staff and players. They are dedicated to promoting the grassroots game and have kindly assisted when requested, the promotion of Lostock Hall Juniors FC.

The magazine and website, endorsed by the PFA, are full of useful articles and information and they are a central place for clubs and teams to advertise and view tournaments, vacancies and coaching tips

Players (and coaches) find it a good resource and enjoy the competitions and online games/crosswords. Well done Dave and all involved!

Darryl Cartwright – Club Secritary-Lostock Hall Juniors Football Club

Dave was extremely supportive and encouraging when I launched Get into Keeping in August 2013. Within days, there was an article in the magazine about my newly formed company. Dave understood what I was trying to do and also gave me access to the goalkeepers and coaches at Whalley Juniors. Dave and One Two Magazine are valued partners of Get into Keeping.

Andy Dawson – Get into Keeping

At Formby Junior Sports Club, we had an influx of girls join this season, and realised we now had a squad of Under 10’s but no kit. At the club we are keen to keep costs down, so I tweeted asking where are there any sponsors available, within half an hour One Two Magazine were in touch and re tweeting at a great rate of knots, by the end of play Dave very kindly came forward and said that he would sponsor our girls kit.

Usually we only get shirts, but Dave provided everything shorts, shirts, socks and a durable kit bag. The girls were delighted with the kit and both players and parents are now avid readers of One-Two Magazine

Tina Hamilton -Girls Team Secretary of Formby Junior Sports Club

One Two Magazine became known to us in 2013. It was really good to be able to see information and news on what is happening at grassroots level in football.

I have just started setting up monthly competitive deaf football for 8-16 year olds in the North West but currently we can only access deaf children that already attend deaf groups in the region. we wanted to access others that may be currently accessing mainstream football, as there was nothing for them before, and also we aim to ensure the young deaf players and their families know about the possible deaf football pathways open to them.

One Two magazine did a great article on who we are and what we do and they also introduced us to contacts who may be able to assist us with our venture. As a mum who has started with no football background I have been very grateful to all those- including One Two Magazine who has helped DeaFFF NW

Vicki Halt – Deaf Friendly Football Festivals North West

What One Two Magazine is doing to inform clubs and young players about ”grass roots football” is fantastic. With all clubs sharing the same concerns of pitch funding, coaching and club survival the magazine/website brings a great mix on all topics at the right level as well as fun articles to get the kids on board. Football is ”not just premier league” its for all.

Big well done to Dave Cook and the team at One-Two Magazine.

Dave Small – HO Soccer

One-Two Magazine is a great link for football that brings together the professional academy coaches with the grassroots coaches.

Football is about developing people in a competitive environment to achieve one common goal and the more we share our experiences the better.

Simon Cooper – Head of Academy Coaching- Oldham Athletic FC

The OneTwo Magazine is an invaluable resource for us as a county FA to promote all the good work that is done across Manchester grassroots football. It provides us with another platform on which to celebrate the achievements of our players, volunteers, coaches and referees.

We are proud to work alongside OneTwo and encourage those who all follow and support grassroots football to make sure that they have subscribed to the magazine.

Alex Rowen – Communications, Membership & Customer Excellence Officer- Manchester County FA

The Shankly Family Foundation is a relatively new charity, having only set up in September of 2013 to help Grassroots Football and Young People. One Two Magazine was a really informative research tool for us, when we were trying to discover what the needs of the Grassroots Community are, and they were extremely supportive to us, helping to advertise and market our arrival on the scene as a new charity.

Chris Carline – Grandson of Bill Shankly

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