Stanley Harmon who currently resides in New York City, is a longtime member of United Soccer Coaches and the recent recipient of their 2021 Black Excellence Award.
The former Head Soccer Coach at CUNY Medgar Evers College, Harmon has dedicated himself to working with young people in the city, educating coaches to use the game as a positive voice in the community, and as a tool to teach important life skills for success on and off the soccer pitch. He is a Guyanese-American and one of three directors of the Central Brooklyn Soccer Club.
Kerry Skepple began his international footballing career in 1995 at the age of 15 years old. He represented his country (Antigua and Barbuda) at the international level earning over 100 caps.
Skepple went on to play professionally in the Finnish first division playing for Atlantis Football Club, where he spent two season. He also played in Brazil, France, and Germany.
Skepple is currently a youth development football coach with an eye for talent. Coaching U-10 through to U21's with a focus on technique, game understanding, and management. Skepple is concentrating on making a difference in the lives of or young and talented football players who have a bright future in the game.
Passionate and experienced soccer coach with a proven track record of guiding athletes to achieve personal and team goals at various levels.
Being a teacher and professor for over 27 years at all levels from grade school to university, has propelled me to work and mentor young adults looking to make the transition to the professional game.
In addition to identifying talent in the South Florida Tri-County area, I plan on using powerful instructional techniques to help soccer players maximize performance levels and reach career highs. Keen eye for identifying the four main technical abilities of the player: Ball control, Tactical awareness, physical aspects and personal traits.
Cal Blankendal is first and foremost an avid sports fan who is actively involved in the development of football in Bermuda. His passion for the ‘Beautiful Game’ has allowed him to enjoy both coaching and administrative success on and off the field of play.