As Director of Player Development, Jamie Darvill oversees each aspect of our operation across Maryland to ensure the effective and authentic delivery of the LFC development methodology to each player. He is also tasked with:
Director of Player Development, Jamie Darvill, delivering a session on Passing & Receiving - The Liverpool Way at the United Soccer Coaches Convention in Chicago (January, 2019)
Prior to joining Liverpool, Darvill was a Development Academy Coach for Chelsea FC, designing and delivering training sessions to develop some of the world's top young players.
Jamie Darvill also serves as an assistant coach to Loyola University Maryland men's soccer and is able to share his knowledge and experience with any player in the club who aspires to play in college.
As a player, Jamie enjoyed a seven year professional career in Europe and the United States after graduating from Loyola University Maryland where he left as one of the programs all time leading scorers and was a two-time player of the year recipient, while being named a Hermann Trophy Candidate.
As a lifelong Liverpool fan, he loves sharing his passion for the club with our players and coaches.
In his role as Director of Coach Education, Alan leads the following aspects within our program:
Alan has a wealth of experience in coaching players and educating coaches. He also serves as the Academy Director for our Western Maryland location.
In addition to his role with the club, Alan serves as the DOC for MSYSA where he is responsible for delivering coach education events for coaches across the state. Alan holds his 'A' License and his dedication to improving himself as a coach and those around him is unrivaled.
By developing better coaches, we are able to improve the delivery of our methodology and ultimately, develop better soccer players.
Assistant Coach, Stevenson Women's Soccer
Former Head Coach, Mount St Vincent Women's Soccer
Nathan will bring an incredible level of professionalism, experience and quality to our club. A former 'Coach of the Year' at the collegiate level, we are excited by the potential for the girl's side of the program under his leadership!
Having coached extensively at all levels of the women's game he is perfectly positioned to help our female players achieve their goals with Liverpool FCIA Maryland and beyond. His quality on the field is backed up by his quality as a person and these traits will serve the club and our valued players well!
Boys Pathway Director - Jordan Cyrus
Former Assistant Coach, University of Maryland Men's Soccer
Playing experience with Vancouver, MLS
Former ACC champions at UMD
Jordan brings a wealth of experience as a player as a former collegiate and professional player. As a graduate of the University of Maryland, he made it to the kind of levels our players are aspiring to reach. Furthermore, he has worked as an assistant with his alma mater at the very top level of collegiate soccer.
Not only does Jordan work on the development of our players but also our coaches, through educational sessions designed to challenge and improve them in 'The Liverpool Way'. His positive impact on our club is unquestionable.
Director of Sports Performance, Matt Bourdeau, delivering an injury prevention sessions to one of our girls teams.
Matt Bourdeau Director of Sports Performance
Matt heads up our injury prevention initiatives to ultimately ensure our players are in the best possible condition to avoid injuries. This is achieved through designing programs for the players to use at home as well delivering sessions in the weight room and gym to our players. He has worked with many professional soccer players across his career and will be a tremendous asset to our players.
Matt Sanchez Director of Goalkeeping
Matt is a Puerto Rico National Team goalkeeper who joins us with collegiate, professional and international experience that will prove invaluable to our goalkeepers.
Coach Sanchez also brings experience as a collegiate coach after serving as the goalkeeper and assistant coach to Loyola University Maryland as he helped guide the team a Patriot League title as well as train goalkeeper, Chase Vosvick, to becoming Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year. We look forward to watching the impact he will have on our keepers at LFCIA Central Maryland!