QPR goalkeeping coach Paul Crichton reviews the Crazy Catch

Crazy Catch are delighted to add QPR to their roster of professional football clubs actively using the Crazy Catch in their training sessions. QPR first team goalkeeper coach Paul Crichton was introduced to us by Lee Kendal, goalkeeper coach with the England Women’s team and after demonstrating the product at their training base in Hayes, Paul was quickly sold on the product with a huge number of drill ideas immediately springing to his mind.

Working with U21 goalkeepers Joe Lumley and Conor Hudnott, the video analysis team at QPR filmed this video for us which demonstrates a number of handling, reaction and distribution drills using the Ultimate Rebound Net. Both Paul and his assistant Dean Thorton were hugely impressed with Crazy Catch and since we met have been using the product extensively with all the goalkeepers from the first team down throughout all the youth teams at the club with the players all responding to this fun, innovative piece of kit

“The Crazy Catch is a really good tool and we have incorporated it into a number of our drills at QPR. With younger goalkeepers its perfect for coaching basic goalkeeping shapes and positioning as you have the security of a really consistent rebound. In more complex drills with the older keepers it adds another server which means you have a second and third phase save which is vital plus the INSANE side can really test their reactions. Crossing sessions, distribution sessions and fitness sessions can all be taken to another level with Crazy Catch so they are such a useful piece of equipment for us” – Paul Crichton

The Crazy Catch Double Trouble range for Football

The Crazy Catch Double Trouble range for Football

It’s Crazy Catch Football Month this October so stay tuned for lots more new videos and competitions as well as some great offers from our retailers. Buy now at all leading soccer and sports retailers and whatever your sport, improve your game, with Crazy Catch.


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