TOP LEVEL BOYS AND GIRLS
JULY 24TH TO 28TH
JULY 31ST TO AUG 4TH
$400 PER KID( Includes 1 week of 3 hour training sessions(9am – 12pm, Mon-Fri) on Indoor Turf/Futsal Courts)
TO REGISTER YOUR CHILD EMAIL MANUEL PEREDA AT [email protected]
Ball Mastery Work
-Being dynamic with ball
-Adjust and re adjust to finish
Fun and Games
A LITTLE ABOUT COACH ODURO
Oduro began his playing career in Ghana, playing for both Prempeh College and the University of Ghana before transferring to Virginia Commonwealth University in 2004. He appeared in 41 matches for VCU, notching 18 goals and five assists. He was honored with the 2004 Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Year award and a United Soccer Coaches All-American selection. Oduro helped the Rams reach the quarterfinals of the 2004 NCAA Tournament, VCU’s highest ever NCAA Tournament appearance.
Oduro was selected in the second round (22nd overall) of the 2006 MLS SuperDraft by FC Dallas. He made his first team debut on 28 June 2006, as a substitute for Kenny Cooper and scored his first MLS goal on 8 July 2006 against New York Red Bulls. During his three-year stay in Dallas, Oduro impressed fans and coaches with his blazing speed and effort. He appeared in 70 league matches for FC Dallas, with his most productive season coming in 2008, when he netted 5 goals in 25 matches.
After stints with New York Red Bulls and Houston Dynamo, Oduro was traded to Chicago Fire where he flourished, scoring 12 goals during his first season with the team. For his outstanding play in 2011 he was awarded the Supporters Player of the Year award by Section 8 Chicago, the supporters section of the Chicago Fire. In 2013, Oduro registered 13 goals and four assists in 34 starts for the Columbus Crew.
Oduro has one international cap for Ghana, called up to the Ghanaian National Team and making an appearance against Chile in 2012 at PPL Park in Chester, Pennsylvania. During his stellar professional career, Oduro has the distinction of appearing in a US Open Cup Final, MLS Cup Final, and the CONCACAF Champions League Final.
Coach Dominic Oduro is currently coaching at Charlotte FC