10 employees
11 years in business

About this pro

Growing up in Liverpool, England, it is hard not to be passionate, even a bit obsessed about soccer (or football as we call it). I moved to the U.S.A. in 1983 to take my Master’s and become a graduate assistant coaching soccer at West Chester University in Pennsylvania. After graduation, I was fortunate enough to become an assistant coach at Dartmouth College and head coach at Tufts University. Now, all these years later, I look back on a long and varied soccer career in this country:  

  • 34 years of Soccer Camps 
  • 31 years as a Club Soccer Coach 
  • 27 years of College Coaching
  • 22 years on the Olympic Development Program staff
  • 6 years Founder and Director of Boston Soccer Academy

I am grateful for the longevity of my career and I am committed to helping the future education and development of soccer in the United States of America.

Quite simply I love working with kids! I eat, sleep and drink the beautiful game!!  

Yours in Soccer!


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Andover, MA 01810
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Before the sessions kick-off I findout the areas the player is keen to work upon. A first session is generally evaluation and then we go from there.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

USSF "A" License Coach, Master's in Phys Ed, qualified Physical Education teacher.

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.
  • $80 for 1 player per hour.
  • $150 for 2 sessions with 1 player ($75 a session).
  • $210 for 3 sessions with 1 player ($70 a session).
  • $260 for 4 sessions with 1 player ($65 a session).
  • $300 for 5 sessions with 1 player ($60 a session).
  • $120 for 2 players per hour divided into $60 per player.
  • $165 for 3 players per hour divided into $55 per player.
  • $200 for 4 players per hour divided into $50 per player.

How did you get started teaching?

I was a Law student but I loved the game more so I followed my heart taking coaching licenses with the English and Welsh Football Associations. I came over to the USA to work summer camp and decided that this is where I wanted to be and here I am today!

What types of students have you worked with?

The players I have worked with have been all abilities that you can imagine - from raw, inexperienced beginners to players who turned professional and represented their country. I have worked from 5 year olds through adults, both genders.

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