CUMMINGS AND STEINBRECHER JOIN GOTSOCCER
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Neptune Beach, Fl – Gavin Owen-Thomas, Founder and President of GotSoccer announced that Joe Cummings and Hank Steinbrecher will be consulting with GotSoccer on a number of projects throughout the next year. Cummings of Cummings Management Group and Steinbrecher of Touchline Consulting, will be concentrating on strategic planning, business development and international market opportunities.

Joe Cummings (L) and Hank Steinbrecher (R)

GotSoccer welcomes Joe Cummings (L) and Hank Steinbrecher (R)

Cummings and Steinbrecher have both served in executive positions throughout their careers, Cummings as CEO of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America and Steinbrecher as CEO/Secretary General of U.S. Soccer.

Owen-Thomas stated, “with Joe and Hank we have two of the most respected executives in our sport and their experience will serve GotSoccer well throughout the coming years.”

Cummings added, “Hank and I have frequently discussed working together on a project to develop a global strategy and GotSoccer provides us an incredible opportunity to do just that.”

Steinbrecher expressed that “GotSoccer is a leader in our industry and to work with a company with such vision is a project with real interest for me.”

About Gavin Owen-Thomas

Gavin's a former journalist who worked in both newspapers and television media while also coaching at both youth and professional level. Born in Namibia, he grew up in South Africa before moving to England and then on to the United States, arriving in 1978. Gavin started playing as soon as he was old enough to kick a ball, and like every youngster he dreamed of playing, fame and glory. Oh, well.... But he does have a USSF A Coaching license, and took his UEFA A License in Wales. GotSoccer is a play on his initials. He launched the website in 1996, and for the first few years it was well-known for its soccer forum. In 2003 Gavin commissioned programmer Aaron Wilmoth to build a scheduling program based on a design he drew on the back of a restaurant napkin, and GotSoccer as we know it today was born.
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