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Real STL show case – 2002 Boys

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Head CoachJohn Roselin

Present: National Head Scout for Richmond International Academic & Soccer Academy—Leeds England.

June 2010 to 2014:

  • Missouri Youth Soccer—Director of Olympic Development Program responsible for the direction of the program. 24 Coaches and 12 teams.
  • Responsible for club relations with in the State of Missouri’s 41,000 registered players.
  • Responsible for budget and sponsorship programs
  • Equipment and Scheduling
  • 2009 to Present International Academic & Soccer Academy– RIASA DirectorNorth American Scouts & Player ID
  • USSF National “B” LicenseNovember 2008 to 2014:
    • Head Coach 92 Boys ODP Team in 2008 and 2009 for the 1992 Boys ODP State Team—Semi finalist’s in 2009 with 6 Regional Pool players.
    • Head Coach 93, 94 and 95 Boys ODP coaching 29 Regional Pool Players in 4 years and 15 Regional Team players. Traveled and Organized ODP Team Trip to England in 2010, 2011 and 2012 to Play Marcambe Academy, Manchester CityAcademy,BradfordCityandRIASAAcademy,FrenchAcademy. 3win and 3 draws and 1 loss to Manchester City Academy 3-1.
    • USSF National “B” License1991 to 2002:

Head Coach of 1981 Boys Busch Soccer Club Team. Trained, Managed, coached and developed many players to college careers and professional careers. 10 Mis- souri State Championship Teams, 1 Regional Championship Team, 1 Super Clubs Regional Championship Team, Coached 1 National Championship Team

in 2001 at U20 for Busch S.C. 1984 to Present:

  • Automation Sales in the Industrial Automation Industry. With sales in access of 3 Million. (Robotic Systems & Automation) (Roeslein & Associates, Inc.)
  • 2000 to 2005 Director of Purchasing in charge of 5 million in purchase per year. (Roeslein & Associates, Inc.)Additional Background as a Soccer Player1970 Missouri State Champions—St. Mary’s High School 1971 Missouri State Finalist – St. Mary’s High School1971 National Jr. Cup Champions – SECO 1972 National Jr. Cup Champions – SECO1971 NJCAA National Champions – Florissant Valley Community College1972 NJCAA National Quarter Finalists – Florissant Valley Community College 1073 NCAA National Champions – St. Louis University
    1974 NCAA National Finalists – St. Louis University1976 Pro-Soccer – American Soccer League Co-Rookie of the Year With the New Jersey Americans
    1976 Tranamere Rovers 3rd Div. England – Flood Light League1977 American Soccer League Champions2008 Inducted into the St. Louis Soccer Hall of FameCOACHING ACCOMPLISMENTS: National “B” License
    1993 Missouri State Champions U11 Boys – Busch S.C.
    1994 State Semi-Finalist/SLYSA League Champions – U12 Busch S.C.
    1995 State Semi-Finalist/SLYSA League Champions – U13 Busch S.C.
    1996 Missouri State Champions U14/ SLYSA League Champions – U14 Busch S.C.,Tampa Sun Bowl Champions, Dallas Cup Semi-Finalists
    1997 Missouri State Champions U15/ SLYSA U16 League Champions/Metro LeagueChampions/Holland Cup Semi-Finalists – U15 Busch S.C.
    1998 USYSA Regional Finalist/Missouri State Champions/U17 SLYSA League Cham-

    pions – U16 Busch S.C.


    1999 Missouri State Semi-Finalist/Metro League Champions –U17 Busch S.C. Missouri State Champions/Metro League Champions – U18 Busch S.C.


2000 Missouri State Champions/Regional Finalists U19 – Busch S.C. Super Clubs Regional Champions
Mens Open/Amateur State Cup Champions – Busch S.C.
2001 U20 National Champions – Busch S.C.


2002 Missouri State Champions – U23 Busch S.C.
Missouri ODP State Coach 81 Boys
2008 & 2009 Missouri ODP State Coach 92 Boys
2010 Missouri ODP State Coach 93 Boys and ODP England Trip Head Coach 2011 Missouri ODP State Coach 94 Boys and ODP England Trip Head Coach 2012 Missouri ODP State Coach 95 Boys and ODP England Trip Head Coach 2013 Missouri ODP State Coach 96 Boys and ODP England Trip Head Coach


 Pat Noonan – MLS New England Revolution (2002 second place voting for college player of the year voting) (Indian Uni- versity)/US National Team Pool/ U20 National Championship Team

  • Jack Jewsbury – MLS Kansas City Revolution (St. Louis U.) US Regional Team/U20 National Championship Team
  • Mike Tranchilla – Creighton University (2002 third placing voting for college player of the year voting) Drafted by MLSDallas Burn-A-League Raging Rinos. / U20 National Championship Team & MVP.

Jason Cole – St. Louis University (Steamers professionally) Drafted by MLS Colorado Rapids/U20 National Champion- ship Team

  • Mike Kirchhoff – St. Louis University (Steamers professionally)U20 National Championship Team
  • Jay Alberts – Yale University/US Regional Team/A-League Minnesota & Vancouver/U20 National Championship Team– Team Captain

Dipsy Selowanie – (St. Louis University)(Harris Stowe), MLS – Chicago Fire & Salt Lake City Real, Botswana National Team

  • Brian O’Hagan – Georgetown University/U20 National Championship Team
  • Derek Meyers – Tulsa University/U20 National Championship Team
  • Nick Walls – St. Louis University/US Regional Team/U20 National Championship Team
  • Scott Kaiser – University Missouri at Kansas City UMKC/U20 National Championship Team
  • Tom Dolan – Southern Methodist University/U20 National Championship Team
  • Mary Tappel – St. Louis University/U20 National Championship Team
  • Nick Pantazi – Butler University
  • Jason Roeslein – Lindenwood University/U20 National Championship Team
  • John Springnether – Lindenwood University
  • Jeff Stegman – University Missouri at St. Louis UMSL
  • Matt Stichling – Meremac CC
  • Tim Eckelkamp – Benedictine University
  • James Hunt – Southeast Missouri State / US Regional Team/U20 National Championship Team
  • Matt Telken – Belermine University
  • Mike Wiedemier – Belermine University
  • Matt Logush – Meremac CC
  • Joe Marshall – Bellermine University
  • Matt Pickens – Chicago Fire
  • John Ryan – Harris Stowe
  • Luiz DelMonte – Harris Stowe
  • Matt Herald – St. Louis University
  • Scott Ackerman—Meremac CC/U20 National Championship Team
  • Vedad Alagic—St. Louis U

Many other Players in College, Olympic Development Program & Pro’s

Coaching Philosophy – General: Youth soccer is the foundation of our sport in the US and around the world. It is the development of the fundamentals while allowing talent to develop their own natural abilities without being held back. The game is the greatest teacher of the game and coaches should prepare practices to allow the development of fundamentals while giving players a freedom to develop their own natural talents.

Youth Club coaches generally have 1.5 hours of training for 2 or 3 times a week. Plus 1 game per week. Tournaments are the exception. As a club coach it is your responsibility to first make the game fun at each practice while at the same time developing their fundamental skills, teaching shape (not position) and developing ball drive (an eagerness to win the ball back after losing it). This all can be done through proper practice preparation in game environment.

Coaches only have 1.5 hours of training each session so make the most of it. DO NOT SPEND half your time talking about what they should be doing or where they should be on the field. The more touches on the ball they get each training sessions adds up by end of year. Remember let the game teach shape of the team.

Games are gauges to see where your players are at as compared to other teams and it should be the indicator to what your next practice session should focus on always including the fundamentals.

It is the coach’s responsibility to put his team and players in the correct competitions to allow them to be competitive and have fun.

Ages 13 & Under should have a high emphasis on the ability to feel comfortable in thigh spaces and the freedom to go at and take on players. Tactics at this age should only be taught through keeping the team’s shape and covering up for each other.

Assistant Coach:
Team ManagerBecky Schumacker
Team History:
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