a good coach explains. a superior coach demonstrates.
A GREAT COACH INSPIRES!
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Director of Coaching- Triumph Futbol Club
Richard was born in England where he grew up playing soccer. Richard played professional soccer for Brentford in England before injury cut short his career.After 2 years out he began playing semi pro and became involved in the coaching side of the game. Once finished playing became a head coach of several semi pro teams before becoming Oldham FC's (Division 1pro team England) chief scout for the Southern Region. Worked on Summer camps coaching soccer for Challenger Sports(British Soccer) and was awarded Coach of the Year in 1999.Richard has a UEFA B , USSF A , NSCAA Premier Diploma (Distinguished Pass) USSF National Youth License and has his International Diploma for SAQ (Speed , Agilty and Quickness) a fitness Diploma. The program is widely used for conditioning by EPL Clubs.Richard has a wealth of coaching experience at youth and the highest level. Richard is also a North Texas and NSCAA educator of coaches.
John grew up playing soccer in the Chicago area and played for a select soccer club in Arlington Heights, IL. His select team, which included former U.S. National Star Brian McBride, won a State Cup Championship and numerous league titles. John’s High School team, which was the #1 ranked team in the country by USA Today prior to his senior season, was also very successful, as they won Sectional, Regional, and Conference championships. John is a graduate of Kansas State University. John has spent the past 4 years with Triumph as an assistant coach, has also helped with the Junior Blues Academy, and is the Club Vice President. John is currently an assistant coach for the 03 and 96 girls’ teams. The development of future players to reach their fullest potential and acquire a life-long love of the game is why he is a part of Triumph FC. John currently holds his USSF National D License.
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I started playing soccer when I was 4 years old for local recreational soccer programs, and eventually joined the American Eagles/DFW Tornados soccer club when I was 15 years old. I also played soccer for Central High School in the Keller School District. I later went on to play a year of college soccer at Harding University before transferring to the University of North Texas.
I began coaching when I was 16 years old. I volunteered for the Eagle Mountain Soccer Association, and coached there till I graduated High School. While I was attending Harding University I was a volunteer coach for Searcy Youth Soccer Association. After transferring to the University of North Texas, I returned to volunteer coaching with EMSA, and pursued my coaching Licenses. USSF National ‘D’ License and NSCAA level 1&2 Goalkeeping Diploma
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Joe is a native of Western Nebraska. Having played multiple sports in High School Joe was taught the values of hard work, integrity and discipline at an early age. He carries those same values and work ethic to the athletes on his teams
He has coached youth soccer here in North Texas for the last 10 years. He has developed players to play at the highest levels of their game through hard work, technical ability and becoming a student of the game. Joe's teams focus on making every training session at the maximum output possible whilst allowing the individual to grow in a positive team enviroment. Teamwork is crucial to Joe and he helps players learn the difference between playing for themselves and playing for each other. He believes in his players and believes they can accomplish anything with hard work.
Joe has a D License
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