A good coach explains. A superior coach demonstrates.
A GREAT COACH INSPIRES!
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- 05 Girls Oakes
Director of Coaching
Richard was born in England where he grew up playing soccer. He played professionally for Brentford before injury cut short his career. After two years out of the game, he played semi-pro and then became involved in coaching.
Richard was head coach of several semi-pro teams before becoming chief scout for the Southern Region for Oldham Athletic in England's League One. He has also worked summer camps coaching soccer for Challenger Sports (British Soccer) and was awarded Coach of the Year in 1999.
Richard holds UEFA B, USSF A, and USSF National Youth Licenses. He also earned the NSCAA Premier Diploma (Distinguished Pass) and has his International Diploma for SAQ (Speed, Agility, and Quickness) fitness. The SAQ program is widely used for conditioning by English Premiere League clubs.
Richard has a wealth of coaching experience with youth at the highest levels. Richard is also a North Texas and NSCAA educator of coaches. He also served as an Assistant Coach on the US Men's National Paralympic team. Paralympic players have cerebral palsy, stroke injuries or traumatic brain injuries.
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Jeff was born and raised in West Texas before moving to DFW in 1986.
He has been coaching for more than 15 years, and currently coaches the 00 Girls. Jeff has coached a variety of groups from U6 to U19 boys and girls.
Many of players from his teams have gone on to play at the collegiate level. Jeff's focus is on skills development, awareness, and possession play. He teaches the players to develop leadership skills, work ethic and sportsmanship. Jeff believes the player comes first at any level of play. Soccer should be a tool to help help develop in all walks of life.
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Heath started playing soccer as a youth in Louisiana. After a couple of seasons his family moved to the Keller area where he played multiple sports focusing on soccer playing for Keller High School.
Heath emphasize use of maximum touches, movement off the ball and pure love of the game, He coaches through focus, determination, hard work, full team effort and constant growth for each individual player on his team. Being one of the most physically demanding sports, soccer requires endurance, agility, speed, power and a strong mental awareness.
Heath is also a NASM certified trainer with additional certifications in Performance Enhancement (PES), Rehabilitation (CES) and Nutrition (FNS) putting focus on youth strength, speed and agility training.
Heath has his US Soccer National C License, and holds NCSAA Level 4 & Level 6 Diplomas.
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- 07 Boys Fort Worth
Coach Mike Vincent wants players to work hard, be competitive, and have fun. He advocates a possession-oriented style of soccer, but it must be possession with a purpose - attacking the goal.
Coach Vincent played semipro and college soccer in England, and has more than 30 years of youth soccer coaching experience. He holds USSF A and National Youth Licenses, and NSCAA International Premier Diploma. Coach Vincent also wrote a coaching manual, "Modern Attacking and Goal Scoring." In addition to club coaching, Coach Vincent is also the head boys soccer coach at Fort Worth Country Day School.
Kyle grew up playing soccer in the DFW area for local recreational programs. He finished his youth playing career with the DFW Tornados Soccer Club and Central High School in Keller. From there Kyle went on to play soccer in college for Harding University at the NCAA Division II level. He is currently an assistant coach at Prosper High School.
Kyle has a vast amount of coaching experience despite being one of the younger club coaches in the area. He began coaching local recreational programs at the age of 16. It was here that Kyle developed his passion for developing soccer players and readying them for the next parts of their soccer careers.
After coaching in both Texas and Arkansas, Kyle eventually found his way to Lewisville, Texas, where he joined the coaching staff at Triumph FC. He has assisted in coaching the ’99 girls and ’05 girls, and is head coach of the Triumph FC Goalkeeping Academy. He holds a USSF National D License and a NSCAA Level 3 Goalkeeping Diploma.
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- Club President
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 four years with Triumph as an assistant coach, and has also helped with the Junior Blues Academy, and is the club's Vice President.
John is currently an assistant coach for the '02 Girls Aguero and '05 Girls Aguero 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.