Bobby Vosmaer started his professional career with a group of players that led the Dutch National Team to two consecutive second place finishes at the 1974 and 1978 World Cup tournaments. Having played with or against such greats as Johan Cruyff, Franz Beckenbauer, George Best and Carlos Alberto, Vosmaer established himself as a starting player all of his life. After an MVP rookie season in the Dutch Eredivisie, Bobby moved to the U.S. in 1980 to join the Philadelphia Fury of the NASL. He continued his career with the Montreal Manic, and the Chicago Sting and the Pittsburgh Spirit of the MISL. He finished his 17 years of professional soccer as a player in 1989 and became the general Manager of the Milwaukee Wave. In 1992, as a coach, he guided the Montreal Supra to the semi-finals of the Canadian Professional Soccer League. Presently, Bobby is the director of the North Stars Soccer Club, head coach of the North Allegheny High School boys varsity team. In his years as a youth coach his teams have won 7 PA West State Championships and have gone as far as runner-up in the USYSA Regional Finals and US Club Soccer National Final. Bobby holds the USSF "A" license as well as the Dutch coaching badge and has a degree in physical education. An excellent teacher and coach, he is respected and well known for his knowledge of the game and his technical skills.



James Howard is born and raised in England. He played Semi Professional and played for Northampton University in the UK. After leaving England for the USA he played at Edinboro University of PA he holds a USSF license and he has all of the appropriate clearances to coach in the USA.  He has coached various different levels and age groups both adult and children throughout his years both in England and the USA and has been with North Allegheny Soccer club for several seasons.


Other Coaches - Other qualified coaches providing fun drills developing children skills.