Coach Fewell, an English native originally from London, holds the UEFA coaching license and the English F.A. coaching qualification and is also a member of the NSCAA, USSF, UEFA and FACA governing bodies.
Having played semi-professionally and coached at the professional youth academy level and center of excellence level in his native home back in London England, Coach Fewell has brought all his knowledge, passion and dedication to the Northern Educate Soccer program. This, coupled with his experience and level of play he makes sure each player gets to live and breathe a great soccer experience.
He is also currently the Managing Director and founder of his own soccer training and management company, Pegasus Soccer Concepts USA and is also now MD and CEO of the newly formed Pegasus Soccer Concepts International program which has recently setup a men's soccer team and named it as Pegasus FC in Ghana, West Africa. Coach Fewell's company is also developing a youth soccer academy attached to this club in Sekondi Takoradi, Gold Coast, Ghana, West Africa.
Having had various head coach and director of coaching roles at companies, clubs and teams, he has been able to study and blend the unique European style of coaching into the American US Soccer methods thus creating and developing a fantastic hybrid training program that has been well received by hundreds of players across various states including Arizona, South Carolina and Minnesota. His programs have taken technical method training to a whole new level!
Coach Fewell also has collegiate level soccer coaching experience having previously served as the men's assistant coach at the University of St.Thomas, MN in the MIAC Division III and is currently working as an assistant coach at Gustavus Adolphus mens soccer program, also in the MIAC Divison III.
He has a wealth of coaching and high level method training experience having been constantly involved in youth and adult soccer development for the past 15 years in the USA and UK. This has seen him work with high level premier teams and players from community club programs as well as developing and maintaining various summer camp and winter training programs.
This Northern Educate Soccer Program offers a fantastic, professional development program that will enlighten, enrich and educate each and every soccer player that attends.
Coach Fewell has identified what he believes is needed for all youth soccer players to develop. He says, "If we can continue to expose youth players to a continuous high level of technical development within every program statewide then self improvement will become apparent. We believe that turning technique into game related skill for all players is paramount for overall tactical development. We need to keep providing players the opportunities to be absolutely immersed in soccer. Only then and with the correct amount of technical and tactical training will each player reach their full and highest potential!"
Brian is a professional soccer player for Minnesota United and is one of the longest-tenured players on Minnesota’s roster, Kallman has spent his entire professional career in his own backyard. Having grown up in Woodbury, Minn., Kallman is the only Minnesota native currently on the Minnesota United FC roster.
Vice-captain of the club since the start of the 2012 NASL season
Joined the Minnesota Thunder in 2006
Played three college seasons for Jacksonville University before transferring to college soccer power Creighton University
Tyler Seidel currently coaches at the Woodburuy Soccer club and is also an
Assistant Soccer Coach at St Catherine University Womens Soccer Program.
Experience: St Catherine University, Woodbury High School, Woodbury Soccer Club and Minnesota Olympic Development Program.
Tyler carries with him a USSF B Licence coaching badge and also the Y youth module coaching qualification.