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Pete Alexander - Club Director

Pete Alexander

Pete holds a USSF "A" License, a NSCAA Advanced National Diploma and USSF National Youth License. During his college coaching career, Pete earned 4 conference titles, 3 conference "Coach of the Year" awards and 2 Regional "Coach of the Year" awards. While within the CSC, Pete has coached teams to over 10 State Cup Quarter Final appearances, 4 State Cup Semi-Finals, and 3 State Cup Finals, winning the State Cup with the U16 99’ Boys in 2015.  Pete was also named MSYSA Male Competitive Coach of the Year in 2015.
Ian Jones - Technical Director (Boys)

Ian Jones

"Jonesy" was a Welsh International Youth Player and played professionally with Luton Town FC.  Ian holds an FA Badge, USSF "A" License, and a NSCAA Advanced National Diploma.
Charlie Bell - Director of Coaching

Charlie Bell

Charlie played his club ball for Don Bosco’s in Derry Ireland where he spent four years on the Derry Regional Team.  Bell also spent one season with the Northern Ireland National Youth Team before playing two years professionally with Derry City FC.  Charlie was a three year All American at Madonna University and has been with the CSC since 1998.  Charlie currently holds a NSCAA Advanced National Diploma and USSF "B" License.
Sam Piraine - Technical Director (Girls)

Sam Piraine

Sam played 4 years of college soccer at Madonna University where he was a two-time conference player of the year.  Sam also holds both single-season and career records for goals scored at Madonna University.  A 4-time college all-american, Sam played professionally after college for the Cincinatti Riverhawks (A-league, now USLPro), and got called up to train with the Columbus Crew of the MLS.

Sam has been coaching both High School and Club Soccer since 2004 and holds his USSF "D" license.  He currently the Head coach of the Michigan Stars (NPSL) team.  Sam resides in Canton, Mi with his wife Kristen and two children Ava and Nicholas.
Kyle Winningham - Director of Goalkeeping/Collegiate Director

Kyle Winningham

Kyle Winningham is a Canton High School grad and played for the Canton Soccer Club from 2002-2011. In 2011 he was a member of the under 20 USASA National Championship team. Kyle was a starter at Concordia University - Ann Arbor from 2009-2013 playing multiple positions including GK and full back. Kyle holds his USSF C License and his United Soccer Coaches Level 3 GK Diploma.

In 2013 Kyle graduated from Concordia University - Ann Arbor with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Sociology. In 2016 Kyle Graduated from Capella University with a Master’s degree in Sport Psychology. Kyle is currently an Assistant coach/Goalkeeper coach for the men’s soccer team at Lawrence Tech University.

Jamie Scott - Staff Coach / Community Director
Jamie Scott

Coach Jamie Scott is a female soccer coach with one goal: athlete empowerment. Scott has positively impacted female athletes from novice youth to high-level college. Scott finds honor in giving athletes resources for success.

Scott played her collegiate soccer at Madonna University from 1998-2001. There she earned All-Conference honors twice, the first ever in Madonna Women’s Soccer history. Scott also earned Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference player of the week honors, All-Region honors, and the Mary-Franceline Leadership award. Scott still holds the record for a single season leader for penalty kicks attempted and converted. She also holds the record for career leader for penalty kicks attempted and converted.

In just its third year of existence, the 2000 Madonna University women’s soccer team became the first ever squad in school history to advance to the NAIA final four. The Crusaders went 19-3 overall with two of those losses coming to eventual national champion Simon Fraser. Madonna posted a 13-1 mark in the WHAC, capturing the regular season and tournament championships en route to making the program's first-ever National Tournament appearance. The 2000 Crusaders set the program record with, 19 wins including 14 shutouts during that historic season. Scott, along with her 2000 women’s team were inducted into the Madonna Hall of Fame in 2012 for their outstanding performance.

Scott started the Women’s Soccer Program for LTU in 2012. During that season, she earned the Champions of Character Coach award and earned it again in 2013.


Charlie Miles

Charlie grew up in Brighton, England and first moved to America in 2013. He started his coaching career working for a Chicago Fire soccer club affiliate. He then began coaching at Canton Soccer Club in 2016. He currently is the Assistant coach for the Men's Soccer team at Concordia University Ann Arbor.

Charlie has many years of playing experience. He grew up in England playing for the Brighton and Hove Albion Academy. He played in the PDL in Florida for SWFL Adrenaline in 2014. He was a 2 year starter and captain at Concordia University, where he earned his degree in Marketing. Charlie currently holds his USSF D License.

Drew Crawford

Drew played over 10 years of professional indoor soccer after playing for Siena Heights University.  He holds his USSF "B" License and has coached since 1991 (with Canton since 2001) at every level of the game from youth to college. Drew is also the Men's Head Coach at Siena Heights University where he has been on staff since 2012.

Jon Cadwallader
Jon grew up playing in multiple clubs in the Lake Orion and Ortonville Area. He was a 4-year varsity letter winner and a three-year starter at Lake Orion High School where he won all-district honors. 

He began his coaching career in 2006 where he coached for Notre Dame Prep High School and has coached at the varsity level at Waterford Kettering and South Lyon East High School. In 2014, Jon led South Lyon East to its first-ever district championship and regional final. 

Jon has been coaching club since 2012 at the Michigan Jaguars where he has coached at multiple levels and age groups. He has also assisted for the women's team at Lawrence Technological University in 2016 and 2017.

Jon has a bachelor's degree in Physical Education and a Master's Degree in Coaching and Athletic Administration as well as his USSF "C" license.

Jimmy Mortada

Jimmy has over 20 years of playing and coaching experience. He is passionate about the game of soccer and has invested his career and talent to encourage young potentials to master the technique of soccer. Jimmy's leadership and coaching style encourages respect and dedication to the game of soccer and team collaboration.

At a young age, Jimmy joined Juventus Academy Youth Player in Italy. In 1996-1999 he played for SAFA FC Division 1 Beirut. Jimmy's coaching certificates include UEFA C license, USSF license, and US D license. Jimmy has coached in Italy, where he lead soccer camps. He has also coached in several clubs and schools.

Jimmy received his UEFA 'C' in Torino, Italy in the year 2000. He went on and received his USSF 'C' in Beirut in 2008. The following year, he received his US 'D' license. A lot of Jimmy's experience comes from Italy. In 2001, he completed his CPR certification at Juventus Academy. Jimmy attended Juventus University where he completed the Class Base Training Method in Vinovo, Italy.  In the following years, Jimmy went on and completed Class Super certification at Juventus University Advanced Training Academy. Jimmy continued his studies in Italy where he received his AC Milan Training Method Certification in Milan. After that, he went on to the Brazilian Federation's Youth Development in Santos, Brazil. 

Jimmy has a wide range of experience in the game of soccer that comes from different soccer clubs and age groups. From 2000-2002, Jimmy was the technical coach at Juventus Youth Academy. He remained in Italy where he later lead International Soccer Camps at Juventus Soccer School. Once back in the States, Jimmy was the varsity soccer head coach at John Glenn High School. Years later, he moved on to Wildcats FC where he took on a coaching role. After that, Jimmy coached several teams at Livonia City Soccer Club/AC Milan Detroit. Jimmy went on to Dearborn Heights Soccer Club where he was a coach and technical director. Jimmy continued his soccer career where he coached at Keystone Middle School, Universal Learning Academy, and Canton Preparatory High School. In 2015, he was the assistant coach for Detroit Waza Flo.  Jimmy's love for soccer had never faded!

Sarah Huge
Early Player Development Director

Sarah Huge grew up in Northville, MI and played for the Michigan Rush and Hawks.  She played with the Varsity team for four years at Northville High School.  She went on to play soccer for four years at Michigan State University where she also earned her degree in elementary education, later earning a Masters from MSU.  Sarah currently holds a USSF National C Coaching License and has been coaching club soccer since 2012 and with Canton/DCFC since 2015.  She has played with several semi-professional programs over the years, but she is currently playing with the Detroit City FC Women's Inaugural team and was announced as captain for the 2020 season.  Sarah lives in Canton with her husband and two young children.

Danielle Sweet
Danielle, played at Celtic from U8-U19. She played her college ball at Alma College before being sidelined due to a injury. Danielle has  coached in the Canton Soccer Club Community programs for 3 years and has been a coaching for the select side of the club staring in 2018. Danielle is majoring is elementary and special Education. She currently holds US Socer E license. 

Megan Miles
Megan Miles, formally known as Megan Trapp, grew up in Plymouth-Canton and played for Michigan Rush. She was a four year varsity player for Canton High School. Megan went on and played for four years at Eastern Michigan University from 2012-2016 receiving a business degree. She completed her Masters of Business Administration degree at Concordia University in Ann Arbor, where she coached with them from 2016-2020. Megan is currently the assistant coach for the women's team at Lawrence Tech University. Megan has been coaching since 2015 and holds a USSF National D Coaching License. She plays for Detroit City FC Women's team competing in the UWS.

Jeannine Reddy
Reddy is a familiar name in the area, most recently as head coach for the Canton HS Girl’s Varsity team since 2011. In addition, she has assisted the Boy’s and Girl’s programs at various levels since 2005. Jeannine has also coached club with the Michigan Hawks at several different age groups since 2016.

A native of Canton, Reddy grew up playing with the Canton Soccer Club and Hawks in addition to being a four-year Varsity player for Salem High School before continuing her career at the University of Detroit Mercy.



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