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Paul Ngend
Mr. Ngend has been training and coaching the areas youth for the past 15 years. His expertise and proven ability to teach the fundamentals and the love of the game, lead his teams to win 4 state cup championships. Mr. Ngend himself has had a 10 years professional playing career. He attended a soccer school in France and then played 3 years in Central Africa for his native Cameron and for country of Gabon; both on division one teams. He also played for the Cameron national team as well as an independent Peruvian soccer league and the Washington international soccer league. He holds a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) diploma as well as a NSCAA advanced diploma and a United States Soccer Federation C license. When he is not coaching and training, he is recruiting players for First Division Colleges and acts as a soccer agent for top clubs in Europe and the United States.

What makes NOVAYC different is how we view our role within American soccer. There are a myriad of clubs in this country whose aim is to bring soccer to as many children as possible. But we are not one of them. We are here to help the aspiring soccer player who's vision for their future in the game matches our own. Our goal is to locate and develop young players, who love the game and work hard, into professional level players, regardless of ethnicity, sex, or economic class. We have a saying at the club, "NOVAYC is available to anyone, but it's not for everyone". We pursue long term development rather then short term success, and demand quality rather then quantity, resulting in less teams and smaller training groups. This allows our coaches to be detail oriented and more focused on the development of the individual player. Quality is also demanded of the coaches. At NOVAYC each coach is held accountable for each player they work with,in order that they continue to improve their coaching ability and, in turn, become better at improving the players they work with.”

Vince Carter