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•    Bachelor of Education

•    21 years of Teaching and Coaching  


•    High School/ Jr High Soccer Coach

•    Southwest Sting FC U-14 Girls Tier 1

•    ESMA - Yellowbird Community Soccer U6-U12

Player Experience: 

•    University of Alberta Golden Bears Soccer 

•    Alberta Major Soccer League 

•    Ontario Soccer League


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My Background:

I was born on March 17, 1973, in Prijedor, Bosnia & Herzegovina. As a youth I was often seen playing with a soccer ball and developing skills on the pitch. Ultimately, I made the ball my best friend!

I joined the youth programs in the 3rd Former Yugoslavia Division to further my development. At 17, I was offered my first professional contract for FK-RUDAR that played in the 2nd Former Yugoslavia League.

In 1992 I joined 3rd Division SC Norderstedt in Germany and reached qualifiers for 2nd Bundesliga. My time playing for Germany from 1992 – 1997 gained me the experience and understanding of the multi-faceted aspects of soccer.

In 1997 I immigrated to Edmonton, Alberta. Where I quickly fell in love with the culture, people and country.

After playing for almost 12 years in Canada, an opportunity came for a new challenge teaching the skills and principles that I acquired to youth soccer players. This opportunity has allowed me to bring my passion and love for the world’s most popular game. 


South West Sting FC, Edmonton — Technical Director

2016 - PRESENT

South West Sting FC, Edmonton — Technical Coach

 2011 - 2016

South West Sting FC, Edmonton — U17 Girls Coach

 2016 - 2018

South West Sting FC, Edmonton — U15 & U17 Boys Coach

 2011 - 2016

Edmonton Drillers Club, Edmonton — U10 Girls Development Coach 

 2011 - 2012

Edmonton Drillers Club, Edmonton — U18, U12, U14 Boys Coach 

 2009 - 2012


Edmonton Drillers, North America Professional League

2009- 2011

Saskatoon Accelerators, North America Professional Indoor League


NAIT, Alberta Colleges Athletics Conference (ACAC)

2005 - Nationals

Concordia College, Alberta Colleges Athletics Conference (ACAC)

2001 - Nationals

Victoria Soccer Club, Alberta Major Soccer League 

1997 - 2003

Rasen Sport Elmshorn, Germany 2nd Div Bundesliga

1994 - 1997

1 SC Norderstedt, Germany 3nd Div Bundesliga

1992 - 1994

FK Prijedor, Bosnia & Herzegovina Youth Soccer League

1980 - 19920


CCAA Award – All Star Player 2001

Athlete Of The Year – Concordia College 2001

CCAA – Award All Star Player 2005

World Masters Games - Gold Medal 2005

Western National Masters – Gold Medal 2010 - Victoria Soccer Club


Canada Soccer Association


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