Academy,

  • James Myers

    James is from London, England. He played
 at
 various
 youth
 levels 
In England from 
age
 8 
to 
18. He holds English FA coaching licenses, and has been coaching for 7 years now.
     
    Philosophy: To
 develop
 players
 to
become a
 Professional modern player, 
focusing
 on
 every
 and 
all
aspects 
of
 the 
player.
 Psychologically,
 technically,
 physically,
 and
 socially.
 Building
b a
professional
 culture
 in 
the
 way
 they
train,
 play
 and
 carry
 themselves on and off the pitch.

  • Joga Academy

    “The Street creates the player, The Academy develops them.” - JOGA SC
    Mission Statement: “Develop each and every player for Joga SC NL First Team.”
    The Joga Academy is made of up players ranging from 5-18 years old. The Academy focus is to become a pro soccer player. This is “Pro Player development” Academy, evaluates and develops players in a pro mindset, where playing time is merit based, and players must graduate through Academy level. Players are constantly evaluated and the ultimate goal is to become a pro member of Joga SC Netherlands.
    What we look for in a player:

    TICS:
    • Technique
    • Intelligence
    • Creativity
    • Swagger

    We pride ourselves on being the "Heart of the streets", because that is the soul and foundation which the club is built upon. So players must be in love with the ball from an early age to represent Joga. From street soccer derives the technique, intelligence, creativity, and swagger we want all our players to portray. Our style is highly demanding technically so each player must be a master of the ball.
    Our mentality is street, so we are not scared to challenge anyone, anytime, and a Joga player represents that!

  • Kephern Fuller

    Kephern Fuller played 4 years at George Mason University, and then pursued a playing career overseas in the Netherlands and Belgium. He went on a trial with Cambuur Leeuwarden from the Netherlands and FC Lommel in Belgium. Since 2008 he founded and created the non profit soccer club JOGA SC with a view of creating professional players.

  • Omar Ismail

    Omar has kept himself busy with various seasonal jobs throughout high school and in college while pursuing a division 1 college and professional athletic career. Balancing the three aspects taught him to be responsible at an early age, manage his time and be personally accountable in a team setting. Being a sociable person, Omar also experienced in dealing with both kids of various ages as well as adults in a professional setting. 

    Omar has 5 years of coaching experience, hired team coach/trainer as well as personal skill/technique/fitness trainer. Varsity high school coach, NCSL travel coach/trainer, aspiring high school/college/professional players. He focuses on technical training, catered to all levels from beginner to professional. Omar tries to keep tempo of session fast, plyometric/agility exercises mixed into passing/dribbling/coordination drills. Depending on size of session, he will often jump in as training partner/coach.