SHALRIE JOSEPH

SHALRIE JOSEPH 

Shalrie Joseph (born May 24, 1978 in St. George’s) is a Grenadian soccer player who currently plays for New England Revolution in Major League Soccer.Joseph moved to Brooklyn, New York with his family as a teenager. He played college soccer at Bryant & Stratton College, and St. John’s University, New York, graduating in 2002.

http://www.revolutionsoccer.net/team/index.cfm?ac=playerbio&bio=31946

http://web.mlsnet.com/players/bio.jsp?player=joseph_s&playerId=jos189231&team=t109

Shalrie Joseph is member of the Grenada national team, for whom he has played in the Caribbean Cup, the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup, and in World Cup qualifiers.

Team Lions Video in Kansas City 2010

 

TEAM LIONS

U10 Team Lions in Kansas City 2010

The mission of the Shalrie Joseph Soccer Club is to help young players from all backgrounds reach their full potential on and off the soccer field. We believe dedicated players deserve top quality coaching and competition, and we must make that accessible to all, regardless of their financial situation. With this belief, we bring together the most talented players from all races, nations, and backgrounds, to build the best youth soccer club in Massachusetts.

Shalrie Joseph  & Ariel Sassoon

Shalrie Joseph & Lions Team member Ariel Sassoon( Ariel’s wearing a Team jersey from one of his grandfather’s Vidal Sassoon’s favorite teams).* Besides Chealsea & The Brazilian World Cup Team.
 
 
Shalrie & Adriana
Team Lions Managers & Adriana
 
 Coach Os,Pedro,Shalrie Adriana & Erlie
 
Jean-Hosler Delcy (“Os”): Lions’ U14G and U10 Boys (Blue) Coach
Os is also current Head Coach of the Varsity Girls’ Soccer team at Mount Alvernia High School, Newton, MA, and former Head Coach of the Boys’ Varsity Soccer team at Boston Latin (Fall 2008).
At Scorpions Club he coached the U16 G in 2004 as head coach. He has also spent several years coaching travel soccer with Cambridge, Quincy, Haverhill, Somerville Youth Soccer and Quincy Youth Soccer.
In his native Haiti Os was Assistant Coach with Paloma Athletic Club, where he coached the semi-pro men’s soccer team-Haitian National League, Division 1, and coached the interscholastic boys’ varsity team at the Centre Diocesain des Arts & Metiers Salesians.
As a player, Os played semi pro in Haiti. From 1995-96 he was lead scorer for Bunker Hill Community College, and from 1998 – 1999, for Bradford College, Men’s Soccer. His most recent successes have been with the Shake-Shake team int the Over the Hill league in Boston where he scored 21 goals in 10 in the spring of 2009.
Pedro Herivaux is Director of Coaching for SJSC Lions, and coach for the Boys U14 and U13 MAPLE teams as well as several indoor teams. A former professional soccer player for teams in his native Haiti, in Boston, and in Japan, Pedro has more recently he has been involved with youth soccer coaching in Massachusetts. His coaching included a stint with the Brookline High School Varsity Boys Soccer in 2008, and a trip to Europe where the team returned unbeaten. Pedro has coached Brookline youth travel teams, and more recently has coached club teams for Arsenal and Valeo clubs. He continues to play regularly in men’s leagues including the Da One Summer League, and the Lions coaches team.
Shalrie Joseph, president of SJSC Lions, has won the MVP award for the New England Revolution’s 2009 season. The award was made in a pregame ceremony at the Revs’ home season finale against the Chicago Fire at Gillette Stadium. Shalrie also won the Revere Cup, awarded by the Midnight Riders’ fans group, and designating him as their player of the season. Go Shalrie!
Erlie Thelot co-coaches the U14 and U16 Lions girls’ teams and the U10 Lions boys futsal team.
“Thelot”  played for the Haitian National Women’s Team from 1997 to 2003. From 1994-2004 she played for Haiti’s Aiglebrillant A.C., which won the Champion Haitian Cup (1996 and 1999); and the national championship (2003). In the US, Thelot played for Lee University from 2001 to 2004, where she was named freshman player of the year, won the Lee University Lady Flames Golden Shoe (2001) and was known as the “Lady Flames Scoring machine”, after a streak of 21 goals in 17 games! She also played in the 1st Team TranSouth All-Conference, the 1st team NAIA All-Region XI, and was named TranSouth Player of the Year, and earned an honorable mention in the NAIA All-American in 2002 and 2003.
 

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