Whats up Footy fans! I’m back with another BLM special edition, I’m bringing you new topics and debates needed to be discussed on the culture in this country. Hear the coaches perspective on the struggles of being black coaching in America, how they’ve overcome obstacles to make a difference and some jaw dropping stories on the treatment of some of the top blacks in the country. An inspiring episode that I look forward to sharing. Stay tuned!
This is something we all can learn from. The education never stops! ✊🏿 Listen to us talk about who we think should be candidates for MLS head coaching jobs, what needs to change within the system and what the younger generation needs to do to use their voice and set themselves up for post career.
You also get unique insight from past player relationships, authentic stories and education.
- Phillip Gyau coach of Howard University mens Soccer, Former USMNT, 10 yr pro
- Brian Haynes.Former Trinidad and Tabego national team member, Former ATL Silverbacks coach, 2013 COY, 10 yr pro.
- Bo Oshoniyi. Head Coach of Dartmouth, 12 yr pro, the first Black MLS goalkeeper to start a game! coached at multiple top D1 schools
- Andrew Banadda. Former coach of Washington Adventist and member of the Black soccer association. Coach of Potomac academy
- Maggie Ntim, One of the first Black female Agents in the world ,founded Trinity3Agency
- Justin Reid, Another member of the Black soccer membership. He’s been heavily involved with MLS diversity group and has helped lead change with Footy in America
- Nicole Hercules, She is on the chair of the United Soccer Coaches Black Coaches Advocacy Group, the first woman to hold the role. The assistant coach of the Rochester Lancers and one of the main advocates for blacks in soccer.
A huge thanks to all my guests for joining me on the show!
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