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Monday, February 29, 2016
Incoming and outgoing
Ukrainian-born coach Oleg Starynskyi (30) arrived at RSN Stadium last week to help the club’s Academy set-up after spending the last 3 and a half years in Malaysia including the past six months as the assistant coach of the Malaysian U-17 national team. Oleg was born in Bila Tserkva, near the Ukraine capital of Kiev, and played youth football for FC Arsenal-Kyiv before spending five years learning the art of film directing at the Kyiv International University. That’s where he began coaching and worked for the Kyiv regional federation and as a youth coach with FC Arsenal-Kyiv, before taking up a coaching post with the Goal Academy in Malaysia for three years. He’s a UEFA B-license coach, with a Coerver coaching diploma. Oleg is pictured above with GM Sam Schweingruber.
Harry Varley’s has coached his final session with the PPCFC Academy U-15/U-17s. After six months with Crown as Academy Technical Coordinator, as well as overseeing the Football School and our community engagement program, British-born Harry is heading to Grenada in the Caribbean to take on the role as their head of football. He will be in charge for the CONCACAF U-17s Women’s Championship and the men’s Caribbean Cup squad next month. Thanks to Harry for his hard work during his time with the club and we wish him much success in the future with the Spice Boyz.