BOCA RATON, FL – Boca Raton Football Club announced today the addition of goalkeeper coach José Moreira to the club’s technical staff.
Moreira brings over 23 years of experience training some of the top goalkeepers in Brazil such as Flamengo’s Paulo Victor, and Brazilian National Team keeper Jefferson.
The 48-year-old began his career as a goalkeeper himself for VOCEM de Assis, and other regional teams from around Brazil before committing to becoming a goalkeeper coach.
“We are very excited at to being someone of Moreira’s pedigree to Boca Raton FC,” says Head Coach Marcelo Castillo. “Moreira has trained some of Brazil’s most elite goalkeepers and we are excited to see what he will do with us here at Boca Raton FC.”
Moreira has been a goalkeeper coach in over eight Brazillian clubs, including Paraguaçuense, Assisense, Itararé, Itapirense, Campo Mourão, Sinop, Marília, among others.
“I’m extremely excited to join Boca Raton FC’s technical staff,” says Moreira. “The ownership has a great plan for not only this season but the future of this franchise and I’m proud to be a part of these plans.”
“Moreira’s signing just continues to show our growth in just one season,” added Boca Raton FC president, Douglas Heizer. “We are looking towards the future, and Moreira is definitely part of that plan.”
About Boca Raton FC:
Boca Raton FC is an up-and-coming soccer team in the APSL, semi-professional league in the US. The team’s mission is to develop, enhance and help the soccer’s evolution here in the US, while also opening doors for their players to reach the professional level. Ever since the team’s inauguration, Boca FC has been reaching and achieving greatness, not only on the field but off of it as well. On the field BRFC was the APSL Champion two seasons in a row, taking only one loss during both seasons, and breaking all home game attendance records for the APSL league in Florida. Off the field, not only by the media but also by other teams in the APSL league, as one of the teams achieving the highest level of success during their opening season.