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Murray Max Soccer Hires Technical Director

 

Lee Davis was recently hired as the Murray Max Soccer's Technical Director. Lee comes to Murray with 14 years of coaching

experience-- most recently (2014-2016) he served as Technical Director for one of the Utah’s largest clubs. Lee has a USSF National B License, USSF National Youth License, English FA Level 2, NSCAA Director of Coaching diploma and NSCAA GK Level 1 and 2 Diploma.

Lee has experience in coaching and developing players at all levels, from grass roots up to some of the top players and teams in the State and Region 4.

Lee moved to Utah in 2008 from Middlesbrough, England, where he earned his FA licenses while working with Middesbrough Schools and Middlesbrough FC. While going through his badges with the FA Lee developed a real passion for coaching and has focused on developing himself as a coach ever since. Lee played for Berwick Hills F.C. Men’s team in the English North Riding County Championship and prior to that played for Middlesbrough College in the British Colleges League, and in youth soccer he played for Tontine Juniors, Thorntree F.C. and the prestigious Kader Football Club.  

Lee has served as an ODP coach in Utah, a USSF E and D license instructor for UYSA and is in his second year as a member of Utah’s Player Development Committee at UYSA.  

 "We welcome Lee back to Murray where he started in 2008 as a trainer with Murray Max. We are excited to have Lee join our club and look forward to his involvement in our community, coach and player development and the leadership and experience he brings to Murray". Murray Max President, Sjon Benson.  

 “I am excited to get back where I started and help the club establish itself as a leader in player development, it is a long term project, and I am excited to bring new ideas to a fantastic community and help grow a program that meets the needs of every player involved by putting the player first.” Lee Davis.

 

Murray Max celebrated it's 20th year as a competitive soccer club in 2016.