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Our Staff

ANTHONY BARBERIO - President/Co-founder and Player Personnel Administrator

ANDREW VISCONTI - Vice Prseident/Co-founder and Field/Scheduling Administrator

JEROME BARBERIO - Director of Operations/Co-founder

MARIANO BELEN - Technical Director / Director of Coaching

JOHANNA CUENCA - Social Media Manager


TRAINERS/COACHES:

Mariano Belen - NSCAA NATIONAL DIPLOMA; NSCAA ADVANCE DIPLOMA; REGION REBULICA ARGENTINA LICENSE (RRAL)

Ryan Dunnan - UEFA B License, England FA Level 3 Certificate in coaching

Peter Ingui - USSF National D, USSF National F, USSF National Grassroots

Rigels Qosa - UEFA B License, NSCAA Diploma, CJSA State License, CJSA Technical Training

Sergio Valencia - USSF National Coaching C, LIJSL/NSCCA Coaching Certificate , LIJSL/NSCAA Coaching Certificate ,CPR/FIRST AID Certificate, NSCAA/DIRECTOR OF COACHING DIPLOMA

Tim Bevan - USSF D National, National Youth Coaching Course (NYCC), NSCAA Advanced National Diploma

Cristian Saravia - USSF National D (Aug 2018)  - USSF National E (Feb 2018)  - USSF National F (Nov. 2016) 

Nick Maleganos - USSF F License, NSCAA National Diploma, PT, CPR, AED Certified, Heads Up Certified 

Brittany Block - USSF National F License, CPR/AED Certification issued 11/05/2019, Permanent License for Physical Education K-12 issued 9/1/2011, Health Education Certification issued 9/1/2011

Anthony Barberio - IMG Academy Soccer Student Advisor/Recruiter, Asst coach LI Rough Riders 2010-2011, Asst Coach LA Blues 2011-2013, Stony Brook University ,(BA) Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies,  

David MusinskiMarist College, (BA)  Business Administration and Management, Finance, and Human Resources, Head Youth Soccer Coach for various LI Teams (2006-present)

Julian Gomez - United Soccer Coaches (Foundations of Coaching Diploma)

Sebastiano Mana - ECFC Goalkeeper Coach, Met Oval Goalkeeper Coach, Previously with Juventus FC Youth Academy -Goalkeeper Coach (Turin, Italy)

Nic Vaccaro - Speed and Agility Coach, Owner NV Fitness Academy (soccer specific speed and agility training)

Jerome Barberio - USSF Introduction to Grassroots Coaching, Volunteer youth soccer coach

Andrew Visconti - Juniors soccer coach (pre k to 2nd grade), Volunteer youth soccer coach/event organizer


ALL ECFC COACHES HAVE THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATES: SafeSport training, Sideline Sports Doc Training, US Club Soccer  Background Screening.


BIOS:

Anthony Barberio - Club Director

Anthony grew up in Argentina playing soccer for Club Atletico Trinidad in the province of San Juan, Argentina. At the age of 17, he was awarded the Adidas Golden Boot winner for most goals at the Snickers US Youth National Championship. Anthony attended Hofstra University and Stony Brook University in New York, where he earned his degree in International Business. After his collegiate years, Anthony went on to play soccer at San Martin of San Juan, Argentina, as well as Long Island Rough Riders in New York, participating in USL 2. Anthony has been coaching soccer since the age of 18 years old for many local travel teams on Long Island, New York.


Mariano Belen - Technical Director

Mariano was born in Argentina where he began his career as a soccer player. He completed all developmental programs in Argentina and when he was 17 years old he obtained his first contract as a professional soccer player. Mariano played professionally for the Club Atletico Banfield and later came to the United States to play for the New York Fever, A-League. He began working with Globall Soccer in 2001 and continued his work as a coach with the Long Island Rough Riders until now.

As a coach, my philosophy is built from the likes of coaches Cesar Luis Mennoti and Pep Guardiola, to train my teams to be highly technical players, always being creative and offensive on the field. I am a high energy active coach that always gives 100% of myself to my teams, building confidence and passion to enjoy the game. I like to form sportsmanship in my teams and good character to perform on the field. It's not only about winning, especially with the younger ages, it's also about learning to be a good player inside and outside the field with plenty of discipline and respect.



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