We are pleased to announce a new partnership that will help us take a big step into the soccer coaching environment in the United States. We will work alongside the Oklahoma Soccer Association (OSA), aiming to give coaches access to high-quality training courses to continue developing and strengthening the game in the state.

Thomas Vandenbussche, Business Manager at MBP School, said he is were beyond excited to announce this partnership: “Our relation started way back by organizing in-person events, and we’re happy to be able to expand this into the whole state. We’re looking forward to help coaches by adding value and contributing to the development of the game, players and coaches”.

For online training, we will provide a virtual education platform of the highest level. They will be able to access the platform and find different types of content: training drills, webinars, job opportunities and much more. In addition, we will organize some face-to-face training sessions in Oklahoma, and other blended sessions (online + face-to-face) for coaches and players.

Adam Kenes, Director of Education & Player Development at OSA, said this regarding the agreement: “We will have the opportunity of training our coaches in the best way possible, and this will directly benefit the players in Oklahoma. This strategy aims to increase and establish the number of Oklahoma players being recruited to play in college, abroad, and in the professional rankings and the US National teams. We believe by joining with international authorities like MBP School of Coaches, structuring the planning, training, and game methodology from U5 to U19 will do just that.”

This is a fundamental step for MBP School of Coaches in its mission to share its methodology with the largest number of coaches around the world.

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