Ollier appointed junior soccer technical director
Southern and Ettalong United Football Club have appointed Mr Andrew Ollier to the new position of junior technical director.
Soccer club president Mr Glen Balneaves said Mr Ollier would bring over 45 years of experience into the role.
"Andrew brings over 45 years in football, having a distinguished playing career which included NSL - FNSW State League 1 and 2, CCSA Premier League, winning many titles along the way," Mr Balneaves said.
"Andrew has also won many individual awards such as Player of Year and Golden Boot in all levels of competitions.
"After an extremely successful playing career, Andrew shifted his love of the game to coaching and player development.
"With 27 years of experience, Andrew has coached and fulfilled many roles with Central Coast Coasties, Central Coast Football, Central Coast Lightning, Central Coast Mariners Academy and the Northern Tigers and has held roles such as CCFC youth technical director, CCF coach education and development manager and Mariners Academy BPL head coach.
"Currently, Andrew is working with the Barker College Football program and recently coached at the West Ham International Academy Identification national camp.
"Andrew is looking forward to working closely with Dale Eggleton and is passionate about junior player development.
"He is excited about working with our young Lions to take their game to their highest levels," Mr Balneaves said.
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Glen Balneaves, SEUFC
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