Olympic FC welcome highly regarded Queensland State Coach, Jay Son.
Jay has been appointed the Junior Game Training Director for the U13 and U14 NPL junior boy’s teams for 2018. For the first time in Olympic FC’s NPL history; the club will be introducing, as a part of their evolving philosophy, a dynamic squad training environment. This coaching structure will be implemented as a succession from the SAP program, which has been operating under this style of philosophy for the last two seasons.
Jay; alongside two assistant coaches, Minjae Lee and Sam Kim, bring a wealth of NPL and SAP experience and are all educated FFA license holders. Jay, Lee and Sam have worked at an International and State level for football education in Korea, Japan and Australia. Jay has over 15 years’ experience in youth coaching and development, which he has mentored and guided players such as South Korean National Team Captain and Swansea City player, Ki Sung-Yeung.
Jay’s coaching experience dates back to when he began his football career in Korea. He possess an AFC A-License which he acquired in 2016. He has extensive knowledge of the technical side of football, plays and game management.
Jay is extremely passionate about youth development and taking football in Australia to the next level. Recently he was named the Queensland Metro U13 State Coach for 2017 and looks forward to continuing in that role in 2018.
Jay is also an integral part of the Kimberley College Football Academy setup, which Olympic FC have proudly announced a partnership with. Olympic FC are excited to welcome a coach of Jay’s experience to the club for the 2018 season.
We would also like to offer a warm welcome to assistant coaches, Sam & Lee to the coaching staff. Olympic FC wishes them the best of luck for the 2018 season.
Junior Game Training Coaching Staff: U13 and U14 NPL
Jay son: Current AFC A License
Minjae Lee: AFC B License
Sam Kim: AFC B License