I AM LOOKING forward to visiting New York and New Jersey again NEXT year 2019 .
HAVING FOUND FROM MY RECENT VISIT IN JUNE 2016/17 WOJCIECH GAJDA (who signed for Hearts in the Scottish Premiership.) .I HAVE HAD GREAT SUCCESS 0VER THE LAST FEW YEARS FROM MY VISITS : having three goalkeepers. Aleks Gogic from Redbulls who Was offered a two and a half year contract with Reading FC of the English Premiership and Jake Leahy of Chelsea Match fit having tryouts with Fullham FC of the English Premiership, also Dylan Castanheira from New Jersey, who had a two year professional contract with Bristol City. Glan coached all three goalkeepers in America and invited them for the tryouts at their perspective clubs.
2017 Matthew Freese was offered a contract by Manchester United.
Hopefully this year visit will identify more talented goalkeepers
Only a certain amount of coaching sessions are available, book early to avoid disappointment.
W0JCIECH GAJDA:" if it were not for Glan, I would not be where I am today. With Glans vast knowledge of the game, and through his connections, Glan has given me an opportunity of which I shall be forever be grateful for, After training with Glan over the summer in New Jersey, Glan organised a trail for me with Hearts of the Scottish Premiership. In Glans training sessions I learned so many little things, that are vital for the modern day Goalkeeper. Glan gave me tips and advice that I will forever cherish, asides from being a great coach, Glan is a great person. he has great character and makes spending time with him enjoyable. I will never forget the life changing opportunity that Glan has handed me. I looking forward to working with him for many years to come."
"Glan has been extremely helpful in my trial over at Kilmarnock FC. Without his insight, direction, and connections
wouldn't have been able to travel overseas and have the experience of a lifetime. Going on trial in Scotish Premier
League has been the biggest thing to happen to me so far in my career, and he made everything happen for me.
To this day I still remember him telling me to work on the parts of my game that I needed to improve, but most importantly
to highlight my strongest attributes. Not every player is perfect in every aspect of the game, but the great ones
constantly use what they are best at to stand out from the rest.
"When Glan brought me over to Scotland, I trained with Kilmarnock FC where I got to play against Everton FC and
blanketed their top academy striker. That was the most amazing experience, and it exposed me to the level of play
needed to get to in order to get to the next level. After Kilmarnock coach Alan Robertson trained and evaluated me,
he said that I had what it took to play in the Premier League.
Ultimately without international clearance, I remained in the US and chose to play at the University of Scranton, a top
10 DIII team in the country for soccer. Even though I didn't stay over in Scotland, Glan was able to give me the exposure
to clubs in Europe and without him I wouldn't have received attention from other coaches. Glan is a great coach, person,
and role model. He is so easy to get along with, and has a great personality. He's been such a huge help, and is still
a very influential person in my football career. Glan made my dream to play in Europe possible, and everything
accomplished in the UK wouldn't have been possible without his direction and help. I look forward to working with
Glan in the years to come."