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Delray Beach Soccer Club Signs Division One College Soccer Coaches
Date:5/23/2008

Kicks Off Talent-Spotting Try-Out Sessions This Week

DELRAY BEACH, Fla., May 23 /PRNewswire/ -- The Delray Beach Soccer Club announced today that two former Division One college soccer coaches have joined the club's veteran coaching staff as its youth soccer talent spotting try-outs kick off this week.

"We're pleased to welcome Ken Germano and Shawn MacDonald who are both "A" licensed coaches of Division One college soccer teams, to our staff of coaches. They combine vast experience and commitment to developing the best players in youth soccer," Director of Coaching and Player Development, Tony Stevens said.

"Ken and Shawn's excellent record of motivating young players working towards mastery of the game made them an excellent match for the Club's coaching philosophy," he added.

Ken Germano is a USSF "A" Licensed coach and former Head Coach at Division 1 Hofstra University. Shawn McDonald, who also holds a USSF "A" License and a national diploma from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA), was Head Coach of the Virginia Beach Mariners Men's Pro Soccer team and a Hall of Fame Inductee. He is presently Head Coach at Trinity Christian Academy in Lake Worth.

Germano and MacDonald will join Stevens, a former Head Coach to the nursery team of England's Manchester United and Ian Bishop, a former English Premier League player, to forge player development for the Delray Beach Soccer Club.

Bishop played for top English teams including West Ham, Everton and Manchester City. Stevens the founder of Supreme Soccer, is well known for dynamic soccer training programs and camps to clubs throughout the South Eastern United States.

"Together we are redefining the excellence of youth soccer," Stevens said.

Girls and boys U9-U17 will have an opportunity to experience some of this unique philosophy when the club kicks off free try-outs for its competitive soccer program May 27 - 29, May 31st & June 2 at Miller Park located at 1905 S.W. 4th Avenue in Delray Beach. Additional information about the try-outs is available at 561-272-2500 or online at http://www.delraysoccer.com.

The Delray Beach Soccer Club, Inc. is a non-profit organization with a mission to foster the physical, mental, emotional growth and development of children in the community through soccer at all levels of age and competition.

Media Contact:

Mark Hopkinson

NewsMark Public Relations

mhopkinson@newsmarkpr.com

561-852-5767


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