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Since 2012 E11even Management Inc. has been an industry leader in club, event, league, and player management. We are a boutique soccer advisory firm with well known, and experienced soccer professionals at all levels (professional, national, college/university, community) of the game.

 

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Our Player Advisors

Nour Fathy

Player Advisor

Nour has a proven track record, working with professional and amateur players and clubs. His coaching highlights include:

 

  • Assistant Technical Director - Coastal FC

  • Assistant Coach - Seattle Sounders Women (W-League)

  • Assistant Coach - Vancouver Whitecaps Women (W-League)

  • Assistant Coach - Simon Fraser University Men  (NCAA)

  • Assistant Coach - Douglas College Men

 

A major area of focus for Nour in each of the roles above was the active recruitment of players. This includes identifying talent and potential players for the team. He became an expert in creating and assessing highlight videos, along with evaluating players for consideration/selection.

 

Nour is an integral part of our events team as he schedules all E11even Management events (SX Cup Series, and Cascadia League) and is one of our tournament directors.  


At the community level Nour has worked with some of the top youth clubs in BC, including Mountain United FC and Coastal FC of the BC Soccer Premier League. Through his role as team coach and Assistant Technical Director, he has established a reputation for developing players and advancing them to the next level of play.


Nour holds a CSA National ‘B’ license in coaching and is currently pursuing his National ‘A’ license.

 

Omari grew up in the greater Vancouver area, playing his youth soccer for top clubs such as Coquitlam Metro Ford and Vancouver Selects, while representing BC at the Canadian National Championships.

 

As a youth player Benfica scouted Omari, after being named ‘best international player’ at a youth tournament in Portugal.

 

Omari decided to become a student athlete and received a scholarship to Saint Francis University (Pennsylvania), before transferring to Bowling Green University (Ohio), where he completed his degree in Sports Management.

 

Playing highlights include:

 

  • Signed a contract to play in China (2008)

  • Played for the St. Vincent and the Grenadines National Team (2008)

  • 2002 – Saint Francis University, Pennsylvania

  • 2003-2005 – Bowling Green State University, Ohio

 

Awards and Achievements:

 

  • Earned Regional All-American Honors from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (2002)

  • Kelme Classic All-Tournament Team (2004)

  • On the All-time Single-Season Top Ten Goal Scoring list at Bowling Green

  • Team captain (2004 and 2005)

  • Mid-American Conference first team (2005), player of the week on numerous occasions

  • Acknowledged in the “Contemporary Sport Management, Third Edition” textbook (2006) book (2006)

 

Omari Aldridge

Player Advisor

Marin Pusek

Player Advisor

After a succesful youth soccer career, which included winning three (3) Ontario provincial cups, participating as a member of the Ontario provincial team and representing Canada at the International level (U-17 team), Marin was presented with multiple NCAA scholarship offers.

 

He attended and earned his degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham from 2000-2003. During his time at the University of Alabama, Marin earned numerous athletic accolades including:

 

  • All Freshman team (2000)

  • First team All-South and Second Team All-Conference (2001)

  • Honorable mention All American, First team All-South and First Team All-Conference (2002)

  • All American, First team All-South and First Team All-Conference (2003)

 

After his successful college career, Marin focussed on becoming a professional player and was drafted by the San Jose Earthquakes in 2004, where his career was cut short after suffering a knee injury.