Soccer Queensland has continued to bolster regional service supply with three new appointments within the Central Coast Area.
Skilled soccer coach Alec Wilson has joined FQ as Senior Supervisor – Membership Improvement, Expertise & Teaching.
Wilson is an AFC A Licence coach with earlier expertise in regional, nationwide and worldwide sporting organisations together with Soccer South Australia, New Zealand Soccer and the FIFA U-20 World Cup.
Primarily based in Extensive Bay, Wilson will work with golf equipment and coaches throughout Extensive Bay, Central Coast and the Sunshine Coast.
Wilson joins Joao Abreu, FQ’s new Supervisor – Extensive Bay, and Rebecca Toohey, who has been appointed FQ Supervisor – Central Area Operations.
Abreu and Toohey convey a long time of sports activities administration expertise and experience to FQ and might be primarily based in Extensive Bay and Central Coast.
Abreu is a extremely certified sports activities administration skilled who beforehand labored as Director of Teaching at Toowong FC and as supervisor of a futsal centre in Brisbane.
Toohey has intensive data of regional sporting communities having labored with the Australian Sports activities Fee, CQ College and native soccer golf equipment and health centres.
FQ Central Coast Area Normal Supervisor Andy Allan confirmed Abreu, Toohey and Wilson will dwell and work throughout the areas.
“Alec, Joao and Rebecca convey a wealth of data and expertise to the areas and can work intently with our native soccer communities to realize constructive outcomes for the sport,” mentioned Allan.
“To have a coach of Alec’s pedigree and technical expertise is a large increase for native gamers and coaches within the Central Coast Area.
“Within the 2020-2022 Strategic Plan, FQ recognized the necessity to develop the sport all through the state and supply high-quality participation experiences.
“These appointments are proof of Soccer Queensland’s ongoing funding in regional soccer as we work to realize these outcomes.”