Meet The Pros
Born in paris, france Allan migrated with his family to canada at a young age and by 10 years old had began his soccer journey. at 14 he was part of the quebec all star team that won the nationals before moving on to edmonton, ab where he represented edmonton north extreme while attending o'leary high school academy. in 2015 Allan signed his first professional contract with Fc edmonton (nasl) and to date has made over 50 appearances, his career has also seen him represent canada u-20 in the concacaf championship and world cup qualifiers.
He is also well known in the edmonton community for his abilities as a coach having ran technical sessions for north extreme and sherwood park FC.
mauro started his professional journey in portugal at gd nazarenos before joining união de leiria's youth academy. in 2014 he moved to ottawa fury fc (nasl) where he spent 3 years during which time he was integral to the teams success of wining the Nasl 2015 fall season and reaching the championship final. Mauro is another member of our coaching staff with invaluable experience having also represented canada at u-20 and u-23 level.
currently in the process of obtaining his uefa coaching license, mauro has over 6 years of coaching experience to his name which include spells working with the youth development program at gd nazarenos and ottawa fury fc academy.
Born in Germany, Haris Kevac moved to Edmonton with his family of Bosnian descent. He began his soccer journey at age 10 for a local team and later joined Fc Edmonton reserves. Haris then completed a trial in Germany for club, Eintracht Norderstedt in the Regionalliga Nord. After playing a season there, he made a move to 2nd bunesliga club, Eintracht Braunschweig where he played for the u23 squad. Unfortunately due to many injuries and surgery on his knee, Haris had to end his professional career in Germany for the time being.
Haris is the newest member of the TWP coaching staff, and is eager to share his knowledge of the sport he loves to the youth players of Edmonton.
BORN IN ACCRA, GHANA ; AT THE AGE OF 8 EDEM AND HIS FAMILY IMMIGRATED TO CANADA TO GIVE THEM A PROSPEROUS FUTURE. HE SPENT HIS YOUTH CAREER REPRESENTING ALBERTA , WHILE PLAYING WITH HIS LOCAL CLUB KC TROJANS. AFTER HIGH SCHOOL EDEM WENT ON TO WIN NATIONALS AT THE COLLEGIAte LEVEL WITH NAIT AND SHORTLY AFTER ENROLLED IN THE FC EDMONTON ACADEMY. EDEM WAS OFFERED HIS FIRST PROFESSIONAL CONTRACT IN 2013 WHERE HE SPENT THREE SEASONS WITH FC EDMONTON.
Edem has been coaching locally for 3 years with the Edmonton strikers and Victoria soccer club, making him well known in the edmonton soccer community. WITH A BACKGROUND IN STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING HE HOLDS A CERTIFICATION IN PERSONAL TRAINER AND IS ALSO A LEVEL ONE POWER ATHLETE COACH.
Dominic Sithole is a Zimbabwean born who prior to moving to Canada in 2010 after retiring as a professional player was playing professional soccer in South African premier League. Started playing soccer in the dusty roads of Bulawayo and at the age of 15 represented his country before signing his first professional contract at the age of 16. Dominic went on to represent all the national teams ranging from U17 all the way to the senior team , accumulating more than 36 caps for his country across all age groups.
In 2003 upon winning the Zimbabwe premier League, he moved to South Africa where he had stints with Various teams winning the Leagues as well as more individual accolades along the way. Played in South Africa for 7 years before hanging his gloves after the World Cup in 2010, then moved to Canada where he became an academy coach with Xtreeme fc. Coached various soccer Clubs in Edmonton including West Warriors and strikers takes by charge of the goalkeeping department in all three clubs.
Dominic is a holder of a Caf C license as well as various certifications obtained in Canada and currently inline if getting his C licence as well. Dominic is a well known figure within the corridors of soccer circles in Edmonton and a very passionate person when it comes to training goalkeepers with a track record of producing top goalkeeper for Universities and colleges around Alberta.