New Zealand U-23s - Quali Whites
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He is sincere and all class. Seems to also know a bit about football coaching
Qualities I haven't yet seen in Daniel
Auckland will rise once more
Look what Sacred Heart has done
Football was established anew at Sacred Heart College in 1969 when one team was fielded in the Senior B Grade, coached by New Zealand Representative Phil Traynor. Since then, it has grown from strength to strength. In 2014 the 1st XI won every single premier trophy that was available in one year, the first in the history of New Zealand School Boy Football. Sacred Heart College remains one of top schools for Football, winning consucutive national titles in 2018 and 2019.
New Zealand Secondary Schools Cup winners – 2011, 2014, 2016, 2018 and 2019
Alex Harvey Cup, Auckland Secondary Schools Premier division – 2010, 2011, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017
Auckland Secondary Schools Knockout Cup winners – 2012, 2014, 2017 and 2019
Bishop Patrick Dunn Cup (Catholic Challenge Cup) – 2010 to 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017
Recently a number of players have achieved national age-group honours. In 2015, three students were selected in the NZ FIFA Under 17 World Cup team that competed in Chile - Lucas Imrie, Connor Probert and Michael Woud. Danny Hay coached the team and Kane Wintersgill (student) was the Performance Analyst. In 2016 Lucas Imrie was selected to play in the NZ FIFA Under 20 World Cup team and in February 2017 three current students, Kingsley Sinclair, Matthew Palmer and Leon Van Den Hoven, where members of the NZ FIFA U17 World Cup team that won the Oceania Football Confederation. In 2019 current student Campbell Strong was selected for the NZ FIFA U17 World Cup team.
Congratulations on this school for having success playing against other schools. Very impressive. All White coach impressive in fact.
Danny poached most of his players from other schools
In my first year teaching I coached my school's First XI to promotion to a grade they'd never played in before - by the above rationale that would earn me something like a coaching gig at National League level??
As for the 'poaching' thing, there'd be a fair number of schools in the same boat, so that comp has a fairly even poached playing field...
Good to see it hitting the guardian