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Randy Warren

Director of Coaching / Head Coach – 2012 U12 Boys Premier

I have been coaching youth soccer for 13 years now. Started in Chicago, then made my way to Arizona, and then full circle back to Florida. Since moving back to Florida I have coached at Chargers DA, IMG, and Lakewood Ranch Chargers. Born and raised as a Florida boy, I played my football at Concord, Sarasota Storm, Blackwatch, and Clearwater Chargers, I then was recruited to play soccer at Elmhurst University and then at Saint Leo University. I currently hold an A-Youth License from US Soccer. Again, I’m extremely excited to get started and help grow the club.

Ward Rosen

MDPA Director

I am newer to Florida from Pennsylvania (since 2011). Soccer was a big part of my life from my early childhood through college at the Division 1 level (LaSalle University / Franklin & Marshall College). I continue to keep up with the sport and play whenever I can. I have my D license from USA Soccer and have coached both Competitive Soccer teams, as well as recreational teams. Currently, I have the honor of holding the director of player development for North Manatee Soccer.

Bryan Lopes

Recreational Director / Head Coach 2016 U9 Girls Premier

Bryan Lopes is driven by a desire to coach all soccer players to their highest potential with passion, skill, and respect for the game. Bryan grew up playing soccer at the age of 5 in Danbury, CT. He has played at all levels of soccer and has helped lead his teams to multiple championships throughout his career, while also earning various accolades. He was named to All-Conference & All-Regional teams at Dublin Coffman High School in Dublin, OH and competed in the National Club League for Worthington United Soccer Club. Bryan went on to play collegiately at Wittenberg University and Malone University in Ohio. He went on to graduate from The Ohio State University with a B.S. in Biology and M.S. in Research and currently works at John’s Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, FL. He resides in Parrish, FL with his wife Melissa and 2 kids Elijah and Zoe. Bryan holds a 9v9 Grassroots coaching license and has coached the Mutiny U8B in 2019 before taking over as North Manatee Soccer’s Recreational Director. Bryan will be coaching the U9G team this upcoming season and looks forward to sharing his experience and passion in training the kids at a level where they can understand and execute the fundamentals that will help them get them to the next level.

Antonio Ciaramaglia

Head Coach – 2009 U15 Boys Premier

Playing Career

Eccellenza (5th division) Polisportiva Gaeta 1931 (Italy)

Monroe Community College

SUNY Brockport

Coaching Career
6 years Competitive Head Coach @ North Manatee Mutiny 

SUNY Brockport
Bachelor of Sports Management
Minor in Sports Science

Where are you from?
New York

Why do you love football?
From the time I was two years old I always had a football at my feet. My family has a tremendous passion for the game of football! I had a great career playing in my younger years including playing in Italy! I have been a coach for Mutiny from its foundation. I have been very fortunate to see players here progress and learn the fundamentals of the game. It is an honor and a pleasure to teach young players all that the game offers.

Grassroots 11v11

Greg Baldwin

Head Coach – 2012 U12 Boys Elite / Goalkeeper Coach

I played competitive soccer up until college and then played 2 years club soccer at D1 Bowling Green State University in North West Ohio. I was then deployed to the Middle East so my playing time ended. When I returned stateside, I played on indoor soccer teams as a goalkeeper. I continued that for the next 5 years. I got my coaching license in 2017 and have been coaching our Mutiny goalkeepers ever since. I have also been an assistant coach for the past 6 years with Mutiny. I had one of our goalkeepers leading the Florida State and Southeast Region ODP Team for three years. I currently have my F license with US soccer and will be working on getting my D license.

Jorge Rodriguez

Head Coach – 2012 U12 Girls Premier – 2006/2007 U18 Boys

Coaching Experience
NMSC Mutiny Head Coach: U11 – U18/19
Competitive USA, CDL, CDL2,1, NPL for 9 years
Parrish, FL

Azalea Recreational: U8 – U14
US Youth Soccer for 4years
St Petersburg, FL

AYSO Rec/Comp: U8 – U12
Ruskin, FL for 4 years

Coaching Experience
NMSC Mutiny Head Coach: U11 – U18/19
Competitive USA, CDL, CDL2,1, NPL for 9 years
Parrish, FL

Azalea Recreational: U8 – U14
US Youth Soccer for 4years
St Petersburg, FL

AYSO Rec/Comp: U8 – U12
Ruskin, FL for 4 years

Playing Experience US
Ellenton FC D2 in Parrish
Juventus TB D1 in Tampa
Galácticos FC D1 in Clearwater
La U FC, D1 in Miami

Santa Fe Community College D1 in Gainesville
SPC College D1 in Clearwater

Countryside High School, from 2001-2003

Independiente Santa Fe D1
U10-U13 Competitive – Bogota, Colombia 🇨🇴
Sporting Cristal D1
U12 Competitive – Bogota, Colombia 🇨🇴

US Soccer Licenses
National D
SafeSport Certificate
US Youth Soccer Certificate
Safe and Healthy Environment Certificate

I have played Soccer all my life until today. I love Soccer, so I coach Soccer with passion, I coach Soccer with all my heart! I can see inside the game and inside the players’ talents and dedication to grow into a skill that we both can be proud of.

Lucky Mkosana

Head Coach – 2013 U11 Boys Premier

I’m a Zimbabwean professional soccer player currently #77 for Tampa Bay Rowdies. Since graduating from Dartmouth College 2012, I have played for the Michigan Bucks, New York Cosmos, IFK Mariehamn, Penn FC, Louisville City, and Zimbabwe national team for its African Cup of Nations qualifier, 2018.

I got my MBA in Sports Management from Real Madrid Graduate School while playing for New York Cosmos. I love sharing my knowledge and experience with younger players. Their growth on and off the field is what motivates me to keep coaching. I mentor young soccer players through my program, Bridging Youth through Soccer (BYS) in Zimbabwe www.bysAcademy.organd my platform, www.LearnWithLucky.org, where I share actionable tools and resources for athletes, parents, and coaches.

I’ve coached youth teams since 2013 with YSC Academy in PA, Tampa Bay Rowdies USL Academy, Florida Celtics Soccer Club. I hold a U.S National B Coaching License. Additionally, I’m a soccer athletic strategist at Crimson Education, assisting student-athletes in their skill development and college recruitment process.

I’m looking forward to learning and growing the game for the club and the community.

Domenico Fragomeni

Head Coach 2014 U10 Elite / Goalkeeper Coach

I am Domenico Fragomeni and I go by “Coach Dom” and I live in Bradenton, FL. I Was born in Siderno, Italy. I have been in the states for 35 years. I have been playing soccer in this area since I was 8 years old and played through High school which I attended Venice High School, where I graduated in the year 2000 . I ended up playing baseball as well and excelled as a pitcher and played at Lake City Community College for 2 years. I also graduated from Keiser College with AA in Business. I was a kicker for semi pro local Southwest FL Gladiators American football team for 12+ years. I have been playing Men’s Soccer where my goalkeeping career began. I played in local Men’s leagues for the last 15 years. I started coaching with Rec at North River Manatee Soccer Club when my children were 5 years old. I have been coaching at the competitive level with our U14 girls since we started the team in U10. My daughter Gaby Fragomeni is our GK for our U14 girls team. I have been training her and teaching her the art of GK which is a difficult position. I am also GK coach at the Mutiny Club and I am excited to have my 1st Head coaching position this year with the U10 Elite team.

I have always had a love for football and I grew up with it in Italy and the Itailians love the sport. Every summer I went to Italy, I played with my cousins and I will tell you those kids over in Italy are so good. I really respect the game and it is like an art that requires a lot of work. The competitive nature really excites me and gets me fired up.

Jeff Hernden

Head Coach – 2014 U10 Boys Premier / 2008 U16 Boys Premier

I grew up here in Bradenton beginning my soccer career at Palma Sola Soccer Club before beginning competitive soccer with Manatee Magic and later Braden River Soccer Club. After graduating from FSU with a double major in History and International Affairs, I went on to the London School of Economics and Political Science where I completed a Master of Science in Political Science. After I moved back home to begin a teaching career, I started coaching soccer at Braden River HS before moving to Manatee HS, then on to club soccer at Braden River Soccer Club, and IMG Academy before moving to NMSC in 2020. I currently hold a US Soccer ‘C’ coaching license and I am also working on a second Master’s degree in Sport Management at the University of Florida, focusing on Athlete Development. Why do I love football? I love football for its beauty, its passion, and its ability to bring people together. I love this game for the camaraderie it brings and for how it can be such an amazing vehicle not only for athletic and physical development, but also for character building and personal development.

Paul Fullylove

Head Coach – 2014 U10 Girls Elite / 2014 U10 Girls Premier

As a young man I played Soccer for many years at a County Level in the United Kingdom and upon joining the RAF at 17 I played for both my Squadron and The Royal Air Force Regiment Team between the 1988 – 1992 seasons.

I hold my Football Association 1, 2, and 3 Licenses (UK).

Having begun coaching in 2006, my soccer education has been varied, challenging but above all, successful.

In 2008, I joined Southwick Rangers in the South of England UK, starting with the u15’s, certainly a year to remember. I began by taking an unconfident, underachieving youth team and transforming them in my first season by taking them to near the summit of the County Division 1. I have consistently improved my squads and made sure all players understand the importance of being a part of a team as well as performing to their utmost as an individual.

Moving up in the club in 2009, I took charge of both the Youth Academy and Adult ‘B’ Team, now the ‘A’ team, due to the fact we won…everything! These teams ranged from ages 7-16 Year olds in the youth squads then up to and including the Adult team. My responsibilities include everything from training schedules to match reports.

I pride myself on management and instilling a confident desire to win in my squad, and believe that developing young players as personalities should be as much of a focus as technique.

Senad Mrzljak

Head Coach – 2015 U9 Boys Elite/2015 U9 Boys Premier

Coaching Qualifications:
NSCAA National Diploma, NSCAA NationalGoalkeeping level 3 Diploma, USSF National D license, USSF National E license, Iowa Coaching Authorization and NFHS Accredited Interscholastic Coach

Coach Senad was born and raised in Bosnia and Herzegovina where he started his playing career. Senad played as a professional soccer player in Austria Linz 2nd Bundesliga Division for 4 years. While playing in Europe, Senad also took the role of coaching the U14 boys’ youth team and went to receive a FIFA Bessttentiguan/Certification.

Senad was exposed to different coaching styles that helped him become an outstanding soccer player, coach, and a respected individual in the community as well. Senad is a passionate and experienced coach with a proven track record guiding athletes to achieve both personal and team achievements.

The biggest highlight of his playing career was playing vs. Brazil National B side U19 boys’ team. After moving to the United States in 1998, Senad played for the International local soccer team ‘SC Krajisnik’ in Waterloo IA along with other members of the Bosnian-Croatian Association. Senad won Iowa Outdoor State Cup, Iowa Indoor State Cup with a local club Krajisnik multiple times and captured two National Tournaments appearances as well. Senad played for the CVSC adult team from 2004 to 2018, where he started coaching youth teams and what ultimately became his coaching journey in the United States.

Senad coached at different levels during his career such as Club Soccer, Academy, and High School.

Jason Simpson

Assistant Coach – 2010 U14 Boys Premier

Currently the Assistant Coach for the Mutiny’s Under-14 Boys Team. This will be my second year of being involved in coaching, after spending my first season with the same group as Under-13’s.

I spent my childhood in a somewhat nomadic fashion. I first began playing football in Greenville, South Carolina before spending time in El Paso, TX; Louisville, KY; and Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN. I was fortunate enough to be a State Champion or Finalist with every club I played for in my youth.
My formative years of playing were spent mostly in Kentucky and playing for Louisville United, which has since been renamed United 1996. With that club, we were able to reach the semifinals of our regional tournament two years in a row.

I graduated from Western Kentucky University with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration, where I continued to play football at intramural level only.

Although my playing career ended far earlier than I ever anticipated, my love for this sport never waned. Football, in my opinion, is about more than just sport. It teaches us valuable lessons when we are young. Work ethic, discipline, teamwork, passion, humility. And, most importantly, how to strive toward a common goal while fulfilling a role for the betterment of the collective. These are lasting lessons that we carry through all facets of our lives.
In addition to these elements, there is no better combination of athleticism, skill, passion, and pure artistry that this game embodies.

Ryan Burke

Assistance Coach – 2014 U10 Boys Elite

My name is Ryan Burke. I am from Westchester County, NY. I began my soccer career much like the athletes we coach – in a recreational league where, with the support of the right coaches, my skills and talents were fostered in a way that allowed me to continue on throughout competitive leagues with Yorktown and east Hudson select. From there I was recruited to play in a private high school JFK in Somers NY where I helped develop their soccer, lacrosse and basketball programs.  From high school I was scouted by colleges and played for Keene State college in NH.   After college, I moved to Florida, where I continued to play in adult leagues before and after meeting my wife and starting my family. When my sons began playing soccer, it was a natural progression of my journey to begin coaching them in their recreational leagues as I aimed to foster the same love for the sport that was developed within me. I am looking forward to an exciting and productive season with the Mutiny soccer family. 

Allen Mrzljak

Assistant Coach – 2015 U9 Boys Elite/2015 U9 Boys Premier

Coaching Qualifications: Grassroots

Coach Allen was born and raised in America where he started playing when he was 4. He’s
played Cedar Valley most of his time, as well as FC United for half a season. He’s also played 3 years for high school with his final year playing in varsity and playing in state.
Allen has been exposed to many different coaches while playing and has seen many different play styles whether it’s possession based, attacking based, or defensively based. One coach in particular has shaped his way of thinking and has shown him how to read the game. That coach is Senad, his dad. He got him into soccer and is now exposing him to coaching. Allen is passionate and an experienced player that wants to show kids what he’s been taught for years.
The Biggest highlight of Allen’s career is playing at regionals. He also played in state for CF high school. He’s won the Kansas city tournament twice with the 3rd time getting second place. He’s also won some Des Moines tournaments, and Cedar Rapids tournaments.

Julio Perez

Assistant Coach – 2013 U11 Boys Premier / 2012 U12 Girls Premier

I’m from Guatemala and I played football all my childhood and as an adult, I play with friends and family. I love this sport because it’s fun, healthy and it’s in my blood! I always love to watch the Premier League, La Liga, and Champions League Games. I started coaching 7 and 10 years old boys in 2018, and I also hold a D license. I plan on furthering my coaching education.

Noah Zukosky

Noah Zukosky – Assistant Coach – 2012 U12 Girls Premier

Noah is a dedicated soccer coach with a lifelong passion for the game. With extensive playing experience at Mutiny, IMG MLS Next, and TBU MLS Next, He brings a wealth of knowledge and skills to the field. As a player, Noah demonstrated exceptional talent, leadership, and a relentless work ethic. 

Now, as a coach, he focuses on creating a positive and inclusive environment where players can thrive and reach their full potential. With a coaching philosophy centered around teamwork, discipline, and sportsmanship, Noah aims to develop well-rounded individuals both on and off the field. His goal is to help young athletes unlock their true potential and inspire the next generation of soccer players.

 Through his comprehensive coaching approach, Noah equips players with the tools they need to excel in soccer and in life. With his expertise and passion, he is poised to make a lasting impact on the soccer community.

Bill Kirk

Goalkeeper Coach

Playing Career
Played for various unit teams while serving in the Royal Air Force from 1966 – 1990
Represented the Royal Air Force when based in Malta in the 70’s
Played semi-pro for various teams in England, from 1978 through 1990
Gained Referee Certification in 1976

Coaching Career
Achieved FA Coaching badge in 1985
Relocated to the USA in 1999 and coached U-9 and U-14 Rec teams in Winchester, KY in 2000.
Between 2000 and 2016
Assistant Coach High School Boys
Head Coach High School Girls, Middle School Boys and Middle School Girls.
Assistant DOC FC Kentucky (Winchester, KY)
Head Coach of various teams from U-9 through U-16 at FC Kentucky
2017 to date
Coached U-8 Rec at North Manatee
Head Coach U-9 Boys North Manatee
Goalkeeper Coach North Manatee Mutiny

Graduated High School in 1965
Graduated Technical College in Royal Air Force in 1967


Born in the North East of England in 1949 which is a hotbed of football (soccer) which is why I am so fanatical about it.
Sunderland fan since I was 9 years old.
Served in Royal Air Force first as an engineer but mostly as Aircrew for 25 years
Now retired from Executive VP post in a Hotel Management Company

English FA Coaching Certificate in 1986 (Recognized by Us Soccer as exemption to C License course)
English FA Player & Match Analysis certificate in 2007
ASEP Coaching Principles Certificate
NSCAA Goalkeeping Certificates (Level 1 and Level 2) 2012

Dan Tierny

MPDA Coach

A native of Pittsburgh, PA, I’ve lived in Florida for 12 years and currently work in marketing at IMG Academy, one of the world’s premier boarding schools and youth sport camps. Having grown up playing soccer at the elite club level and still playing in men’s leagues, I have a true passion for coaching and developing young players, including my two sons who have come through the North Manatee program since age 5, and have a U.S. Soccer Grassroots coaching license. 

Destiny Prater

MPDA Coach

I am Coach Destiny. I grew up in New Mexico playing soccer from the age of 6. I played varsity soccer starting in 8th grade and throughout high school. I continued to play soccer recreationally throughout college and adulthood playing in women’s leagues in Delaware, Arizona and Florida. I have been coaching soccer since 2012. I received my E license certification and have coached competitive girls soccer for several years. This is my third season with the Mutiny MPDA program. I am excited to continue coaching and growing the players and club!