Monteuil’s Marco Masucci moving on

. “We are proud to include Marco on the Soccer Quebec team,” said Mathieu Chamberland, Executive Director of Soccer Quebec. “His professionalism, rigor and achievements in the Monteuil Soccer Club have made him the prime candidate for piloting the technical component of the Club Recognition Program.”

Monteuil Soccer’s technical director Marco Massuci is moving on to a position with Soccer Quebec where he will have the opportunity to share his passion and skillset for the governing body for the sport. Massuci is stepping into the position of Club Development Technical Officer, a new position created as part of the Canada Soccer Club Recognition Program. The mandate for Massuci will be to coordinate the technical evaluation of clubs that have applied for one of the various licenses offered. “We are proud to include Marco on the Soccer Quebec team,” said Mathieu Chamberland, Executive Director of Soccer Quebec. “His professionalism, rigor and achievements in the Monteuil Soccer Club have made him the prime candidate for piloting the technical component of the Club Recognition Program.” Masucci began his duties as Technical Director in September 2013. During Massuci’s tenure, he surrounded himself with a dynamic and highly competent technical team to build the one of the most important soccer clubs in Quebec. He led the project to bring two PLSQ teams to the club, while creating a structure for youth that has always been one of the best represented at the AAA level. “Thanks to Marco’s dedication and efforts, the club has enjoyed unprecedented success,” Jimmy Colatosti said on behalf of the board of directors. “He raised the level of performance and helped promote several teams in the elite league. We wish Marco the best of luck in his new role and we start with great enthusiasm the next soccer chapter of CS Monteuil. “Massuci’s efforts have allowed the Laval based club to be a distinguished member of the clubs in the province by offering services that go beyond the needs of its members. There was the implementation of large-scale projects, such as the University Identification Camp and the US College Tour Those have made the club an important talent pool coveted by elite programs such as the Provincial Team and the CNHP. Monteuil also makes sure to prepare the next generation for the best university programs, both at home and abroad. “To be offered this opportunity is the greatest compliment that CS Monteuil could receive from its players, parents, coaches and outstanding staff,” Marco Massuci said.”The progress made by this club over the last seven years has been noticed and I believe that it is partly for this reason that I was chosen to pilot this important mandate provincially and nationally.”

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