Cuellar and Herd to star at Easter football development sessions
The Spanish defender will be dropping by to greet the kids at the soccer school at Hallfield School in Edgbaston next week [day and time to be confirmed].
And Australian utility man Herd is set to visit the development session at Rawlett Community Sports College in Tamworth this Thursday.
Do you dream of scoring goals like Darren Bent? Or defending like Richard Dunne? Or even saving penalties like Shay Given?
If the answer is yes, come along to our sessions, which take place across the region during the school holidays.
Marc Albrighton developed his skills as a boy via hard work, practice and the good advice of coaches and you can enjoy the same with Villa's hard-working and extensive group of experts.
The popular soccer schools are taking place at a number of venues across the West Midlands between Monday April 2 and Friday April 13.
The soccer schools run between 10am and 3pm for the seven to 14 years age group and 10am to 12noon for the four to six years 'mini kickers' age group.
Not only do you have the chance to learn more about the game and develop your skills, the sessions provide a chance for you to make friends with kids your own age.
Villa's soccer schools are highly rated - so don't delay, book today.
The venues for the first week [Monday April 2 to Thursday April 5] are Fairfax School in Sutton Coldfield, Rawlett Community Sports college in Tamworth, the Villa Park Indoor Academy [7-12 year-olds only] and Kings Norton Girls School.
The week two development courses [Tuesday April 10 to Friday April 13] take place at Bishop Vesey's Grammar School in Sutton Coldfield, the Villa Park Indoor Academy [7-12 year-olds only], RGS The Grange in Worcester and Hallfield School in Edgbaston.
Courses are taught by our FA qualified CRB checked coaches, who have Emergency Aid and Safeguarding Children certificates.
Players will require football kit, football boots and trainers, warm, waterproof clothing/jacket, change of clothes, towel, goalkeeper gloves (if applicable), shin pads, sun hat/sun block and any relevant medication.
On the GRASS surfaces, you should bring football boots and trainers, while if the course is on ASTRO TURF only trainers are required.
For more information, contact 0121 326 1552 or to book a place for your child call Consumer Sales at 0800 612 0970.