Shastri Spencer: brings a wealth of experience to the training ground of Ulindi Soccer Academy. He's a native of Trinidad and Tobago and his career spans more than a decade, contributing to the sport of soccer .His talent for soccer have allowed him to travel the world to many countries ie Cuba, Barbados Poland and the United States. His soccer ability has allowed him full scholarships at Monroe community college and East Stroudsburg University majoring in sports management. Shastri is a graduate of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (N.S.C.A.A.). He is currently the head coach of Notre Dame junior High school and the technical Director at the Ulindi Soccer Academy.
U20 Trinidad & Tobago National Team
U17 Trinidad & Tobago National Team
Poland second division team Ozel Barlin (2011)
East Stroudsburg University All Region team (2010)
NPSL All Star Team 2010
Monroe community college All American (2009)
Monroe Community College All Regions First Team (2007)
Top 5 Strikers in SSFL (Trinidad & Tobago)(2004-2006)
Trinidad & Tobago All Star Team (High School) (2004-2006)
National League Champion of the SSFL Big-Five Trinidad & Tobago) (2004-2006)
National Inter Col Finalist Trinidad & Tobago)(2004-2006)
U17 World Cup Qualifier Games (2003-04)
Joe Public FC MVP (2001-2002)
Joe Public FC Most Goals (2001-2002)
Pocono snow (2012)
FC Sonic (2011)
East Stroudsburg University (2010)
Monroe community college (2007-2009)
New York red bulls U20 (2008)
U-19 AC Perugia USA PDL (2007)
Notre Dame High School (USA) (2006-2007)
St. Augustine SC (Trinidad & Tobago) (2004-2006)
U16 San Juan Jabloteh (PFL, Trinidad & Tobago) (2002-2006)
Joe Public FC (EFA, Trinidad & Tobago) (2001-2002)
VILLA started playing soccer from the age of 5 years old, he was influenced by his uncle who played for the first division club Jabloteh.
From 1979 to 1987 Villa played soccer for Carib Peterborough a first division club in Trinidad, during his tenure at the club, he helped them to win: North Zone FA cup 3 times, National Champions of Champions 2 times and played in the National Premier league and won numerous league titles. Villa had the opportunity to be tutored and trained under some of the best coaches in the Caribbean:
Roderick Warner : National High School Coach / National Youth team Coach.
Kendall Walkes: Trinidad National Player / West Chester University Head Coach.
Franklin Simpson: Grenada National Men’s Coach
George Ramos ( Casagrande) Brazilian International Coach.
Villa is currently working as an Enterprise Account Executive for a tier 1 telecommunications company, where he does marketing/consulting/sales.
He is family oriented, a father of two kids who plays sports in the Stroudsburg school area, with this wealth of knowledge and experience, his goal is to help the Ulindi Kids excel on and off the field.
Carlos Martins was born in Portugal and grew up around soccer fields. His father was the starter goalkeeper for F.C. Luanda youth system in Angola.
On his second birthday, Carlos received a soccer ball as a birthday gift . On that day, he fell in love with soccer. Carlos has experience not only playing the game but also in teaching and coaching soccer. In 2001, Carlos immigrated to the U.S. and immediately got involved in teaching and coaching.
Carlos loves the game and loves the youth. He will try to pass on to the youth all of his knowledge and experience.
1995/1996: MVP (C.F. Estrela Azul), Portugal
1996/1997: MVP (C.F. Estrela Azul), Portugal
1997/1998: Runner-up State Champion (S.C. Beira-Mar), Portugal / School
District Champion (Portugal)
1998/1999: MVP (C.F. Estrela Azul), Portugal / Third Place School District
2001: Junior League Coach of the year (Hillside Cosmos), Hillside NJ H.R.D.
Richard Ryszard Orlowski
Twenty years of coaching experience with youth and senior teams. Skilled in winning tournament championships. Possesses a thorough understanding of an organized approach and perseverance in all aspects of soccer organization. Strengths as a coach include in making a positive impact on the lives of many players by assisting in helping them realize their dreams of playing for a national team and participating in World Cups. Working as Coach and Director of International Relations for Keystone Athletic Club, to establish partnerships with football organizations outside its demographic area such as West Ham United in England and AC Perugia in Italy. Presently working as Assistant Coach for Senior Men’s Nepal National Team. Some accomplishments in coaching include:
* Increasing NEPAL’S FIFA WORLD RANKING FROM 176 TO 163 IN 2013
* Leading NEPAL to its 1st VICTORY AGAINST INDIA AFTER 28 YEARS and SAFF-Finals in 2013
* Assistant Coach of men’s NATIONAL NEPAL TEAM in 2013-2014