GRAYSA Arsenal Football Club Announces Juan Coronado as the New Director of Coaching
The Arsenal Football Club is pleased to announce that Juan Coronado has been named Director of Coaching for the club. The Director of Coaching will work with team coaches, managers and volunteers to guide the overall development of club players. Mr. Coronado brings an impressive array of education and experience to the position. In addition to having a NSCAA Advance National Diploma and the USSF National Youth License, Mr. Coronado has extensive coaching experience and has served as a Technical trainer as well as Goal Keeper trainer. As Director of Coaching, Mr. Coronado will provide high-level coaching, evaluation and training for coaches and players. He will create an overall plan for soccer development while managing and coordinating the coaching staff. Working closely with coaches, Mr. Coronado will implement performance goals for players from U6 through U18 age groups. He will create a standardized method of evaluation for players, teams and coaches. Arsenal Football Club looks forward to filling this critical position to further develop players and coaches. Mr. Coronado will assume his position as Director of Coaching in the upcoming soccer season. Beginning in June, Mr. Coronado and his training staff will provide new speed, skills, agility and technical camps for Arsenal FC soccer teams.
“Coming to Arsenal FC is a tremendous opportunity for me to work with a well-established, community-based soccer club that emphasizes player development at all levels,” he said. “There is huge potential in growing the Arsenal program for boys throughout our surrounding community and preparing them to shine at the high school level or wherever they continue playing while with our club.” "My goal is to create a culture where we are always raising the bar in terms of soccer coaching and player development."
From Our President:
Ladies and Gentleman of GRAYSA Arsenal FC, I would like to announce some exciting news: We have a new DOC for the boy’s side of the house and all of GRAYSA recreation, Juan Coronado. Juan is coming to us with an impressive soccer resume and an intense love of the game of soccer. He is very passionate about teaching the game to kids and will be a valuable asset to our growing program. Juan will work with our trainers and our recreation coaches to work on soccer knowledge in the ever changing world of soccer. Juan has been around the San Antonio soccer community as long as I have and should have no problem jumping in and getting to know all of us. I am very excited about the direction we are going in the world of Arsenal FC, stay tuned for lots of changes. Help me welcome Juan Coronado to the GRAYSA Arsenal FC family.
Let’s go Arsenals!!!
Dee Santa Cruz
GRAYSA Arsenal FC President