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BC Soccer announces Markus Reinkens will be leaving the association to join the Regina Soccer Association (RSA) as the Female Program Technical Director


Vancouver BC September 2, 2014 –  After 12 years of working with the BC Soccer Association  helping implement positive changes in player development, soccer science and diversity,  Markus Reinkens will be leaving to join the Regina Soccer Association in a full time role as the Female Program Technical Director

“Markus has worked incredibly hard with BC Soccer especially in the fields of Player Development and Soccer Science,” stated Paul Mullen, Executive Director of BC Soccer. “He worked closely with other sport organizations to help bring injury awareness courses to the BC Soccer membership and myself, and everyone at BC Soccer thank him for all of his efforts.  We look to build on all the ground work Markus has laid which will help us continue to educate and build awareness around important issues such as injury prevention and diversity within the sport of soccer in British Columbia”.

During his time with BC Soccer, Reinkens has been instrumental in delivery of BC Soccer’s high performance programming including his time coaching with the Provincial Development Program and numerous Canadian National Team Projects.  Markus worked tirelessly to help support the launch the BC Soccer Premier League (BCSPL) and to establish the leagues high performance standards including the creation of the leagues periodized season plan.  He also played key role in helping create BC Soccer’s current Player Development Pathway and has been a leader in developing players for university, professional and national team opportunities.

 “BC Soccer and it’s soccer development department’s commitment to a player first mentality, has prided itself on quality, professionalism and passion and Markus’s efforts as a valuable member of our department exemplifies that mandate” said Michael Findlay Director of Soccer Development for BC Soccer. “Markus will be missed and the entire BC Soccer family wish him nothing but the best as he returns to his roots in Saskatchewan to assist in the development of the game.”

BC Soccer, on behalf of the board, staff and wider membership wishes Markus all the best in his new and exciting role with Regina Soccer Association.

For more information on the Regina Soccer Association and to read their release please visit: http://www.reginasoccer.net/

About BC Soccer

BC Soccer is the provincial sport governing body responsible for the promotion and development of the game in British Columbia. The professional not-for-profit society is committed to developing the game by inspiring British Columbians to lifelong active, inclusive and team play. Its vision is to pursue Canada’s foremost integrated soccer development system built upon club, school, varsity and professional team excellence.

BC Soccer is comprised of 150 member Clubs, Districts and Leagues, spanning more than 120,000 registered players, over 2,500 referees, and thousands of coaches and other volunteer administrators and soccer leaders. Working with these member Clubs, Districts and Leagues, BC Soccer will operate under the guiding principles of Professional Leadership, Passionate Service and Progressive Collaboration. In managing its relationships throughout the larger soccer community, BC Soccer will promote the integral soccer values of authenticity, unity and integrity.

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