Monday, August 8, 2011

New National Coach for Puerto Rico, Jeaustin Campos!

Jeaustin Campos, national team player for Coata Rica, Successful coach for Saprissa, and he helped the local club reach the final 4 in the CArribbean Cup Club competition 2010.
The USA is not the only national team getting a new coach. Puerto Rico is indicating that they now want a full time national coach/technical director. Puerto Rico has been in contact with Costa Rican, Jeaustin Campos. Campos was an accomplished player for the Costa Rican national team. He is only 40 years old. He already has coaching experience. Campos coached the most famous club in Costa Rica, Saprissa. At Saprissa he won 4 Championships for Saprissa and 2 CONCACAF Championships. Then Campos moved to Puerto Rico Soccer League, club team Bayamon FC. His also had great success with this new club in the Puerto Rico league. He helped this club qualify for the Final 4 in the Caribbean Cup Championship.

Collin Clarke is the present coach who has done extremely will with the PR Islanders. Clarke has coached both the Isnanders and the national team since 2008.  The federation wanted a full time national team director/coach and a fresh start to the 2014 World Cup Qualifying. Campos is a quality coach, who will want to mold the Puero Rico national the way he wants. He will not have much time to do this. Puerto Rico starts Septemper 2nd against St Kitts. The next game may well determine their faith. This game is Sept 6th against Canada in Puerto Rico.
Puero Rico's group. First game Sept 2nd 2011

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