Andrea Cantatore (trainer)
There are few coaches anywhere who want to be involved in our sport more than Coach Andrea Cantatore. He has a love for soccer like no one else we know. Coach Cantatore is able to look at youth sports from multiple perspectives as he is a father of young children and involved personally in their athletic development. Andrea is also a certified Physical Training Leader in the United States Air Force and uses this experience to help motivate and improve the players he trains at all levels. Andrea is an Official Vikings FC Trainer as well as a a valued staff member of R76.
David Vasiloff (Goalie trainer)
With a kind demeanor, and an expertise of the goalie position, Coach Vasiloff brings many years of coaching experience to R76. Currently the goalie coach and Junior Varsity Girls Coach for Northern Valley Demarest Girls Soccer, as well as the U8-U10 goalie coach for the Vikings Soccer Club, his diverse experience can reach players of all abilities. You can request private training with Coach Vasiloff by clicking here.
Coach Hunter, a 3rd grade teacher, not only possesses amazing teaching skills but also excellent management abilities as well. She leads out Kindergarten and 1st Grade programs at R76 Soccer Camp. Through her enthusiasm, and passion of the game that she grew up playing, Coach Hunter inspires our young Rebels to share the love. Coach Hunter is a graduate of Pascack Valley High School where she helped lead the team to a State Sectional Championship. In addition, Coach Hunter is an assistant varsity coach at Northern Valley Regional High School at Demarest as well as a Vikings Futbol Club trainer.
Oscar Escheverry (Trainer)
Coach Oscar made his debut in the Colombian First Division in 1996 with Deportivo Cali. He remained at the club two years before joining upstart Deportivo Pasto. While at Pasto, he helped the club gain promotion to the Colombian First Division. In 1999, with Deportivo Pasto, Oscar enjoyed his finest season netting 9 goals in 38 appearances. He would then go on to play for Once Caldas, Deportivo Pereira, BSC Young Boys in Switzerland and Venezuelan side Caracas FC. While at Caracas FC, he won a league title and participated in the Copa Libertadores. He also scored the 1,000th goal for Caracas FC in the Venezuelan First division on September 25, 2003.
In 2004 he joined Colombian power Atlético Nacional. While at Nacional he helped the club to numerous titles. Oscar Echeverry cemented his claim as a big game player on June 19, 2005, scoring both goals in a 2–1 victory over his former club Deportivo Cali, helping Nacional reach the 2005 Colombian Apertura Final. On June 26, 2005 he helped the Medellín club celebrate the eighth title in its history as he scored the second goal in a 2–0 victory over Santa Fe in the second leg of the final of the 2005 Torneo Apertura. In total, Oscar Echeverry appeared in 203 Colombian First Division matches in which he scored 103 goals.
After being sought out by various Colombian sides, during the 2008 offseason, including Millonarios and Cúcuta Deportivo, he signed with New York Red Bulls of Major League Soccer. He appeared in nine league games for New York Redbulls. His best moment with the club was when he scored for Red Bulls on June 25, 2008 in a 1–0 exhibition win over Chivas de Guadalajara in Glendale, Arizona. He score 7 goals in 9 MLS league official games. Unfortunately, due to injury, Coach Oscar's career as a professional player was cut short!
That brings him to Rebel 76 Soccer where he shares his passion with all of the players he works with!