Colin Armstrong, Head Coach – email@example.com
Colin Armstrong has been hired as Villa’s new head coach for the 2019 season. Colin played soccer at BGSU from 2008 to 2011 where he graduated with a B.A. of Science in Education. Following graduation, Colin played 2 years of semi-professional soccer with Myrtle Beach Mutiny before finding his way back to NWO to play for Toledo United until 2016. Colin has been a player with the Villa program since the inaugural season in 2017 and helped win a conference championship during the 2018 campaign. Now he plans on continuing that success as the head coach for 2019. Colin is also the Assistant Women’s Soccer coach for Tiffin University.
Justin Guy, Director of Operations - firstname.lastname@example.org
Starting in 2019, Toledo Villa FC has also added Justin Guy to their front office, as Director of Operations. His degree in Sport Administration as well as his experience with soccer around NWO is a great correlation with the Villa club. Justin played for many local clubs in his youth, as well as being a National Finalist for the 2005 National ODP team. Justin graduated from the University of Toledo before returning to his alma Mater, Oregon Clay High School, to coach Boys Varsity Soccer for four years. Now, Justin is looking to help grow the sport at the professional level here in Toledo.
Dan Evans, Assistant Coach
Dan originates from Western Australia where he graduated from Curtin University and had a semi-professional playing career. Dan has held Director positions at several clubs across The United States and Australia. He served as a Technical Director for a club in the New England Premier League and worked for the Massachusetts Olympic Development Program.
In Australia he worked for the Federation delivering coaching courses and working with representative soccer and futsal teams. He guided the West Australian U16 Regional Girls to an International tournament win at the 2012 Singapore Cup. In addition to his work with the federation, Dan has been both a Coach and Director in the Mens and Women's National Premier League and State Leagues, the countries 2nd, 3rd and 4th professional tier. In late 2011 he was announced the youngest State League Head Coach in West Australia. In 2017 he gained promotion from State league 2 to State league 1 via the playoffs with Morley Windmills before joining Pacesetter the following season.
Dan holds an A-license, NSCAA Advanced National, DOC Diploma, Coerver, Futsal and SAQ Qualifications. He is also a graduate of both the World Football Academy and Laliga Coaching.