Not exactly related, but on the facility subject. Today Cainhoy Athletic signed a long term agreement to continue our partnership with Mount Pleasant Futsal and continued/expanded access to the indoor and Park West facilities we have enjoyed for the last few years.
This will provide small sided turf, grass and indoor facilities year round and allow us to expand our micro academy program to include off-season training, clinics, and skills development for our youngest players under the direction of owner/operator, CASC USSF C licensed JA technical director, and State 2A champion coach, Andre Berenzon (Oceanside boys varsity soccer) and his staff.
Our East Cooper Micro and Junior Academy players can expect the very best of technical direction and skill development for years to come thanks to this new landmark deal and club milestone.
I had heard Andre put much-needed turf down in the sideyard of the hoops court. It tended to get muddy.
Does Andre follow a coaching curriculum for his JA coaches? How do you measure "the very best" training?
You note his USSF C license. What are the levels of your other coaches? Do they get ongoing coach training under the supervision of your DOC? What are her/his qualifications? Who is your DOC?