Dilman Recinos has been named as the new Head Coach for SoccerViza Football Club’s U15 Boys Black Team.
The Norwalk Native and former Brien McMahon Boys Soccer midfielder has a great presence on the field with a coaching style that involves a mixture of possession, counter attacks, and high intensity.
“Chemistry is very important in my eyes,” said coach Recinos, “the most successful teams are built around unity. As SoccerViza continues to grow, I am excited for this opportunity to help build the program. As a team, we will face challenges that enables us to get the most out of ourselves; therefore, I can't wait for the season to start.”
Coach Recinos played his youth years at the academy level for South Central Academy. He was selected to a U.S. Youth National Team Identification Center and eventually moved on to play high school soccer at Brien McMahon. While a Senator, coach Recinos played three years on the Varsity soccer team and played a key role as a starter. He also received all conference honors and was captain throughout his senior year. After high school, coach Recinos went on to play for Manhattan College.
Last year as a coach for the U16 Boys White Team, coach Recinos helped them go undefeated in league play. Additionally, he also led the team to a tournament final in the NEFC tournament.