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Giuseppe (Joe) Parolini
Toronto Blizzard Head Coach
Toronto Blizzard Head Coach 1999 & League 1 Womens
Cell (416) 805-1294
Tel: (905) 893-0696
Graduated 21 players in 2017 class to full scholarships.
Graduated 18 of 19 players to full scholarships for 2016 class.
Expertise in the soccer community has been focused in the capacity of coaching, and training youth development initiatives.
Extensive experience in soccer from the grass roots up the pyramid to the World Cup Team (1986) & National Youth Teams (Men’s & Women’s National Teams)
U/20 National Youth Team (staff ), 1984
U/16 National Youth Team (staff ),1980-84
York University – Assistant Coach – 1979-82
Toronto Blizzard (Canadian Soccer League) *General Manager, 1987-1993
Member (trainer) of the 1986 Canadian Men’s World Cup Team (Mexico)
Member (Team Manager) of 2011 Canadian Women’s World Cup Team (Germany)
Staff member with Canadian WNT 2009-2011 with Carolina Morace
Played for famous Toronto City SC (Dave Jones-Head Coach & won numerous scoring Titles, along with Ontario Cup Champions with Toronto Termitana
Inducted into Soccer Hall of Fame (trainer of the “Team of Distinction”
Joe Parolini - Canadian Men’s & Women’s National Team
Toronto Blizzard General Manager
A passionate and committed soccer player, coach and administrator with an in depth knowledge of the game. Cesare’s leadership, management skills, and vision will allow him to develop and maintain Toronto Blizzard as a dominant Organization.
15years- Executive Director, York Region Soccer Association
Humber College: 10 years Men's Assistant Coach
OWSL Provincial: 20 years Women's Head Coach
East Gwillambury SC: 10 years Board Member
East Gwillambury SC: 5 years Cub President
Soccer Referee: 10 years
UEFA B License - GK Coach
I played Professionally in Italy, mostly in Serie C (Lega Pro) from 2004 to 2012, playing over 150 official games and having the pleasure to sign a contract in 2009 with the A.C. Siena in the Italian Serie A. In 2012 I moved to Canada where I won the Canadian Soccer League in 2014 and 2017, establishing in 2014 a new league record with 21 unbeaten consecutive games (first undefeated season in League history). In the meantime I founded in 2014 the Next Generation Keepers school, in order to help Youth Goalkeepers from the ages of 7 to 18 (boys & girls) succeed in the competitive world of Soccer and I have also got my Uefa B License in 2016, issued by the F.I.G.C. (Italian Soccer Federation). I am currently offering, through the NextGKschool, Goalkeepers training programs, Camps and Clinics with International Special Guests all year round in Ontario (mostly in York Region) and sport/cultural experience overseas. I am also providing Goalkeeper Programs for Soccer Clubs, Academies and Associations in the Greater Toronto Area, being responsible for the safety and training of around 100 Keepers per season