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NEW MSC Partnership with Football Careers

As investment and opportunities continue to grow throughout the world, there is no doubt that the soccer world has become one of the most sought after industries to work in. With more information and education around the game in recent years, there has been a seismic shift in how coaches are building their philosophies, preparing their game models, and identifying their training methodology. However, navigating through the world of job searches, interviews and networking is another story. We are pleased to announce a new partnership with Football Careers that can help support coaches in this specific area and excel in the process of finding the best opportunities to work and grow their career.

Football Careers (formerly Sport Careers Agency) is a global recruitment agency specializing in the sourcing, recruitment, and support of candidates transitioning into new jobs in football. With over 30 years of combined experience in the industry, their expert team offers personalized recruitment services to those seeking a new role in football, while being a key ally for organisations pursuing the right candidates for vacant positions. Their wealth of experience allows them to guide coaches through every step of the recruitment process, from the creation of a professionally designed CV until you secure the perfect role.

Managing Director, Piero Carrino said of the partnership: “We’re always delighted to work with partners like Modern Soccer Coach, whose incredible community is a testament to the quality of the resources they provide football coaches around the world. What they produce is incredibly valuable and the conversations on the podcast are thought-provoking. I believe our members will really enjoy and benefit from what Modern Soccer Coach has to offer."

As part of the new partnership, Football Careers have been kind enough to offer MSC podcast listeners a 20% discount on their products using the code MSC20 at the checkout.

Below is a recent interview we did with Piero as he details the three things that coaches should NOT do when preparing their resume!

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