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Since playing Football from the Age of 5 I fell in love with the game. Ever since then I carried on pursuing the beautiful game. After graduating high school I signed a 2 year scholarship with Brentford FC. After not signing a professional contract back home in England, I decided to pursue my career in the United States while at the same time gaining a college degree.  I started my time in the US in Waterbury, CT where played and studied at Post University. After my two years at Post I moved on to play and study at Saginaw Valley State University in Michigan. After spending a Year in Michigan I decided to transfer to Arizona Christian University where I played my last year of college eligibility and finished up my degree in Business Administration. My main goal as a coach is to develop players technically, tactically and physically as much as I can.


  • Brentford FC u15/u16s (2010-2012) – England
  • Brentford FC u18’s Scholar (2012-2014) –England
  • Montenegro National Team (2014) – Montenegro
  • Hayes and Yeading FC (2013-2014) – England
  • Beaconsfield FC (2013-2014) – England
  • Northwood FC (2013-2014) – England
  • Maidenhead FC (2013-2014) – England
  • Post University (2014-2016) CT, USA
  • Lane United (2016 summer) OR, USA
  • Saginaw Valley State University (2016-2017) MI, USA
  • Arizona Christian University (2017-2019) AZ, USA


  • Phoenix Rising Head Coach 2009 Girls & 2011 Boys - 2019-2020
  • We Make Footballers Academy 2013-2014 Southall FC U7s, U8s, U9s 2012-2014
  • Owner/Head Coach of Soccer Dimensions (1 on 1, small  group sessions where I have worked with a number of academy boys from back England from teams like Fulham FC, Tottenham FC and QPR FC. As well as working with a number of professional players some who are currently playing in the USL and Professional leagues back home) 2017- present
  • ECAC Champions back to back with Post University
  • GLIAC Champions with Saginaw Valley State University
  • GSAC Champions with Arizona Christian University All American Honorable Mention and First team all-Conference
  • ECAC MVP of championship game PDL 'top 80 college players to look out for'.