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Henry Aiyenero, holds a U.S. Soccer Federation "A" coaching license, is the Technical Director of Player Development for Aiyenero School of Excellence (ASE).
Aiyenero, was born in Nigeria and grew up in Canada, played college soccer at Bethel College and Cornerstone University and went on to play professional soccer for teams in Hong Kong and Brazil. Aiyenero served as the Director of Soccer Operations for Traverse Bay Area Youth Soccer in Traverse City, Mich., for three years.
Prior to joining TBAYS, Aiyenero was the Director of Coaching for Stingers SC in Evergreen, Colorado. Aiyenero was also an assistant for the Edgewood College men's and women's teams, was an associate youth director for Middleton Yahara SC (now known as Rush Wisconsin) and was a player/assistant coach for the Madison 56ers men's amateur team in the National Premier Soccer League, Semiprofessional Soccer.
In addition to his USSF "A" license, Aiyenero holds a United Soccer Coaches (USC)Premier License and a USSF National Youth License. He has also served on the coaching staff of the Wisconsin Olympic Development Program and coaching license instructor.
As the Technical Director, Aiyenero serves as the resource on all coaching and player development aspects within ASE. Some of his specific duties include: Overseeing all Aiyenero School of Excellence (ASE) training, camps, and tournaments. Reinforcing all player development curriculum and philosophy at all levels. Mentoring many volunteer coaches in the community. Conducting weekly training sessions, individual training and group training
COACHING CERTIFICATIONS Henry Aiyenero Volunteer of the Year .jpg Certified USSF “A” License Coach Certified USC Premier License Coach Certified CSA “B” License Canada Soccer Association Certified USSF National Youth License and Youth Modules Instructor Coaching Staff with Wisconsin State Regional Olympic Development Program Colorado Soccer Association teaching instructor; teaching coaching licensing courses Michigan State Youth Soccer Association; teaching coaching license course
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