NSGSC Director of Coaching
North Shore Girls Soccer Club appoints new Director of Coaching.North Shore Girls Soccer Club (NSGSC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Wayne Cleverly to the new full-time technical leadership role of Director of Coaching, effective January 1, 2022. Wayne “Clevs” has been involved in player and coach development for over 15 years in Canada and abroad. He and his family will be relocating from Calgary, and previously the UK, to make the North Shore their new home. “Our decision to hire a Director of Coaching follows a robust strategic planning process and overall organizational restructuring. A nationwide search was led with support from Capitis Consulting, a well-known consulting firm with a focus on amateur sports organizations”, said Dean Crawford, Board President. Wayne is admired by players and coaches throughout Canada having previously spent over 9 years with Calgary Foothills Soccer Club and consulting for both Canada Soccer and Alberta Soccer in the design and facilitation for advanced coach education courses and community stream courses. He is a distinctive coach and innovative coach educator when he mentors, facilitates, and evaluates coaches on the National B, National C, Youth Licence and Children's Licence courses as well as NCCP community stream modules. Clevs is a Master Coach Developer and also an assistant coach for Canada Soccer Men's National Futsal Team. He will be putting this all to good use in his role with NSGSC where he will lead all technical staff, volunteer coaches, and player development. “As NSGSC continues to evolve as a leader in girl’s & women’s sport, Wayne’s unique experiences and passion for player & coach development will make him a star addition to our North Shore family”, said Jana Madill, Executive Director. North Shore Girls Soccer Club is one of the oldest and largest female-first not-for-profit community soccer clubs in Canada. For over 35 years we have had a dedicated team of coaches, staff, and volunteers who are passionate about soccer, and the long-term positive impact of sport. We are committed to the growth and development of girls and women in our community, and to continuing the soccer legacy on the North Shore.