Grand Canyon University (Sports Management)
I grew up in Mexico City in a family oriented house, where I learned important values that have helped me get to where I am today. I was introduced into to the world of soccer when I was about 7 years old. Although I loved the sport, it was not until I was about 10 years old that I started getting a higher level of coaching. Today I realize that a couple of crucial years in my life, where I did not get the necessary coaching, made the difference between being a great player, and being an elite player.
I look to help young kids develop their passion for practicing soccer with a disciplined mindset. My focus is purely based on personal skills, technique, dribbling, use of both feet, and ball control. Working and improving all of these areas is crucial at an early age, and I seek to make a positive impact on my players, while helping them develop their love for the sport as well.
I am an assistant soccer coach for Paradise Valley Community College. I also just finished coaching my first season with Sereno SC youth teams, and in the past I have been an Assistant Soccer Coach for Tigres FC; all in Phoenix, AZ.
Currently I play for Adrenaline Futsal, a Major League Futsal USA team here in the valley. At Grand Canyon University I participated in Competitive intramural Soccer as the captain of Team Samba and our team won the championship 3 out of the past 4 years. In the Past I have also played for Desert Vista High School, and played for well renowned clubs such as Sereno SC and Ahwatukee Foothills Soccer Club. My competitive soccer formation began in Mexico City, where I played for Escuela de Futbol Cruz Azul for two years, and Escuela de Futbol Chivas Coapa for another two years.
I am a pretty easy going guy who enjoys working with kids and teenagers. I have experience coaching and believe have something to teach to up and coming youth soccer players. I grew up in Mexico City in a family oriented house, where I learned important values that have helped me get to where I am today. I was introduced into to the world of soccer when I was about 7 years old. Although I loved the sport, it was not until I was about 10 years old that I started getting a higher level of coaching. Today I realize that a
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