About John Miller
Name: John Miller
Born: Ipswich, England
Football Association Level 1 License
FA Child Protection Certified
Football Association First Aid Certified
Helton Rovers Football Club Coach, England (1991-1996)
St. Josephs College Head Coach, England (1998-2006)
Maidenhead United Football Club Head Coach, England (2007-2009)
Semi-professional player between the ages 17-36 (retiring 1991)
Position left defender / midfield
After retirement at the age of 36, turned attention to coaching prosperous juniors between ages of 9 -15
I’ve been heavily involved in all sport since ten years old, however my main passion has always been soccer. I played junior soccer on both Saturday and Sundays every weekend for local sides in my hometown region until I was discovered at the age of 17 for a semi-professional side.
Although my legs got the best of me in 1991, leading to my retirement at the veteran age of 36, I still continued my immense enthusiasm for the sport and concentrated on coaching the soccer’s promising new stars.
Coaching numerous teams and proudly enjoying great local success, I won 7-cup competitions and 1 championship from a coaching career spanning 18 years. As a season ticket holder of my beloved Ipswich Town Football Club (Professional England 2nd tier), I’m now looking at sharing my knowledge with young and dedicated American players. I’m proud to be passing my infinite knowledge, experience and infatuation of soccer with MMS, a company my son will lead to great heights based around the idea of teamwork and sportsmanship, along with a new approach on improving the skills of the next generation of soccer youth.