Global Football School students go through an evaluation process to make sure each student can meet both the educational and football expectations. Students need to be mentally and physically ready for the academic and training demands of the school. The goal of Global Football School is to development the “complete” student.
Tylen, born in 2006 and our youngest, is a smart "lefty" player. His intelligence is quite visible in the training environment. He ‘sees’ the game very well, and has a great touch on the ball.
Donovan, born in 2005, is our latest student at the school. He is a hard working player and an great student. His work on the court and in the classroom is quite visible. He ALWAYS gives 100% in all he do, and tend to be the leader.
Pebbles, born in 2005, is a smart player and an great student. His intelligence is quite visible in his studies, as well as, in the training environment. He ‘reads’ the game, and often sees things within the game before they happenl.
Johnathan was born in 2004, and this is his first year with us at GFS. Johnathan has over the pass few months "taken off", and is one of the "double footed" players at the school. He is an Honor Roll student, and is very creative both in the classroom and on the pitch. Johnathan has has good knowledge of the game, and can cover most positions on the field.
Griffin was born in 2004, and the 1st ‘lefty’ of the school. He is an Honor Roll student, and is very creative both in the classroom and on the pitch. Griffin has great speed both on and off the ball.
“D” was born in 2004, and an Honor Roll student. He is a very helpful student in the classroom, and on the pitch, has tremendous speed both on and off the ball. His passing skills has improved over the past few months.
Tyler, born in 2003, is the youngest player in our older training group. He is an Honor Roll student (with straight A’s), and often the first one to school each day. Tyler has a high work ethic both in the classroom and training environment. His technical skills are getting better every day. Tyler just passed his last test to give him his well earned Purple shirt.
Gina Busolin moved to Charleston 27 years ago from Long Island, New York, where she graduated from Stratford High School in 1994. Gina is a mother of three active boys. Johnny is 19 years old and currently attending & playing hockey at Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, New Hampshire. Chris is 17 years old and attending Hanahan High School. Bryson is 11 years old and attending Westview Elementary school and plays soccer with Global Premier Soccer in N. Charleston.
Kenn's credentials include earning a UEFA A-license as a coach, winning the Danish U21 National Championship as a coach, and working as a coaching consultant at the DBU (Danish Football Association).