Omar Jbaihi | Technical Director

COACHING CERTIFICATIONS

Date      Licenses
2015      NSCAA Premier Diploma
2014      Coerver Coaching Youth Diploma
1999      English Football Association UEFA ‘B’ License 


COACHING EXPERIENCE

Date                     Club
2012 – 2015         Milltown Football Club, Ontario, Canada

  • First team Head Coach
  • Daily training sessions and match preparation
  • Scouting, match reports and individual player reports
  • Design pre-season and in-season weight/fitness programs for players
  • Recruiting, negotiating and signing players
2005 – 2013         University of Toronto Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
  • Men’s Program Head Coach
  • Team training and match preparation
  • Design pre-season and in-season weight/fitness programs for players
  • Recruiting, negotiating and signing college players
  • Scouting, match reports and individual player reports

2000 – 2004          Marton Football Club, Marton, England

  • Academy Mentor Coach
  • Oversee high performance players U13 to U18
  • Implement a technical curriculum for all players from 12 to 18 years old
  • Implement an ongoing coach education program within the academy
  • Oversee and mentor all coaches for U13 to U18 age groups 

 

RECORD OF ACHIEVEMENTS

Milltown Football Club, 2012 – 2015
Took over Milltown FC, who where in a rebuilding process after self relegating from the Canadian Soccer League, in March 2012.  In first season in charge team finished 3rd in the league, won the Peel  Halton League Cup and won the Canadian Professional Futsal League over the winter.  In 2014 finished 2nd in the league, won the Peel Halton League cup for the 2nd time and won both the indoor regular season league championship as well as the playoff title.   Named Canadian Professional Futsal League Coach of the Year 2013

University of Toronto Mississauga, 2005 – 2013
Coached the University of Toronto Mississauga Men’s team to Fall championships in both 2006 and
2009, as well as winning the winter championship in 2010 thus being the only soccer program in
University of Toronto history to hold both fall and winter titles concurrently. This resulted in being
named 2010 University of Toronto Coach of the Year.
Won OCAA tournaments hosted by Seneca College in 2006, 2007 and 2010 as well as Redeemer College in 2012

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