MIAMI, Florida – Nineteen coaches from around the Concacaf region are convening this week in Sunrise, Florida to attend Concacaf Coaching Education.
The three-day course began with a series of sessions on Monday and will conclude Wednesday evening.
With guidance from Swiss and UEFA instructor Dany Ryser, 19 coaches, including five women's coaches, from 11 Concacaf member associations are in attendance.
Dany Ryser (62) is a Swiss football manager. He is currently in charge of the Switzerland national under-17 football team. In 2009, he led the under-17 side in winning the 2009 FIFA U-17 World Cup. The following year he won the award for Swiss football coach of the year.
Among the more notable attendees is 2012 London Olympics bronze medal winners Carmelina Moscato and Candace Chapman (Canada)
Topics covered during the course will range from on-field tactics such as “Attacking-Build up from your own half” to “Fitness in Youth Football”.
The attendee list is as follows:
- Anton Corneal, Trinidad and Tobago
- Leonard Lakem Saint Kitts and Nevis
- Vinimore Blaine, Jamaica and Grenada
- Joe Supe, United States and Guatemala
- Marco Santillan, United States and Mexico
- Neal Ellis, United States and Guatemala
- Heather Dyche, United States
- Jocelyn Germe, Martinique
- Yannick Desmontils, Martinique
- Marie-Jeanne Charlaine, Martinique
- Ronald Gomez, Aruba
- Bis Kali, Suriname
- Andre Virtue, Jamaica
- Carmelina Moscato, Canada
- Vanessa Martinez, Mexico
- Eduardo Regis, Mexico
- Luis Sibaja, Costa Rica
- Stanley Gardiner, Guatemala
- Monica Gonzalez, United States and Mexico
- Candace Chapman, Canada