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OPDL Coaching Staff
For more information on the Ontario Player Development League, visit our OPDL main page.
OPDL Coordinator: Diem Tari | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Henrich Svetko: 2002/03/06 Boys Coach | Email: email@example.com
Henrich, a former professional soccer player in his native Slovakia, brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience having worked in the soccer world for over 20 years.
Currently RHSC’s Senior Technical Staff Coach, Henrich has served on our Club’s Technical Coaching Staff since early 2015. Prior to his role with RHSC, Henrich excelled in his position with Ontario Soccer, where he served as a Provincial Team Head Coach for the 1995, 1997 and 1998 Boys. During this time with Ontario Soccer he led the U15 Boys to a Canadian National Championship Gold Medal in 2013 and the U16 Boys to a Canadian National Championship Silver Medal in 2011.
Henrich’s list of coaching qualifications is quite impressive, as he holds both a CSA ‘A’ License and UEFA 'A’ License, as well as his Ontario Soccer Goalkeeper Diploma.
Marco Bonofiglio: 2006 Girls Coach | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Marco has been involved with soccer for over 20 years, as a former professional soccer player in his native country of Italy, he brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience. Marco’s experience comes from playing at a high level and being mentored by some of the elite coaches in Italy.
Currently, head Coach for the 2006 Girls Program. Marco has just passed the National 'B' , Part 1 coaching license from the Canadian Soccer Association (CSA).
Colin Francis: 2004 Boys & 02 Girls Head Coach | Email: email@example.com
Colin has the ability to train both girls and boys at high levels, as he currently serves as the Head Coach for both our 2004 Boys & 2002 Girls teams in our OPDL program.
Colin has tremendous experience playing the game, as he spent 4 years as a Division 1 NCAA athlete at the University of South Carolina in the USA. He has also spent some time training with the Trinidad and Tobago U20 National Team.
In addition to his vast playing experience, Colin currently holds his National 'B' coaching license from the Canadian Soccer Association (CSA).
Nadine Powell: 2005 Girls Head Coach | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nadine has been involved in coaching soccer for roughly 10 years, previously coaching with both our 2000 girls and 2002 boys before serving as a coach in our OPDL program for the past three seasons. She also has experience playing the game at a high level, winning a Provincial Women's Championship as part of Manitoba's Women's program.
Nadine holds the prestigious honour of being the first female coach in our Club's history to hold a Canadian national coaching license after obtaining her CSA National 'B' license. She has also taken part in many coaching conferences and seminars, including Ontario Soccer's Female Coaching Workshop and the York Region Soccer Association's Successfully Coaching the Female Player.
Mike Dalakis: 2005 Boys Head Coach
Mike Dalakis comes to us with four years of collegiate experience in both Canada and the US and a 20-year career playing with various high-level youth, Provincial, professional and semi-professional teams in Ontario.
Mike is a National B Part I licensed coach with a strong technical and tactical understanding of the game which developed through his years of playing at a high level and coaching at various high-performance Academies and Clubs.
Mike is currently working on his Canadian National B Part II license and aspires to getting his Canadian National A license in the near future.
Rasih Pala: Club Head Goalkeeper Coach
Coach Rasih is responsible for working with all goalkeepers in our OPDL program and comes to RHSC with an incredible amount of experience both coaching and playing.
His playing experience as a goalkeeper is most notable, as he spent two years playing professionally in Turkey after spending 4 seasons as an NCAA Division 1 athlete at Northern Illinois University. He also represented Canada at the CONCACAF U17 Championships and won a National Championship with the Ontario Provincial Team.
Rasih has previously served as a coach with Northern Illinois University, as well as our Club's Men's Provincial Team.