ALFRED GALUSTIAN began his soccer career in England with the Wimbledon
football club. After an injury ended his player career, he earned coaching licenses in both the United Kingdom and the United States. Galustian is currently the International Director of Coerver Coaching WorldWide, as well as a technical instructor with some of the world’s leading soccer clubs, including Arsenal (England), Bayern Munich (Germany), and Auxerre (France). He is also a director for the Lake Placid Soccer Center.
CHARLIE COOKE forged a long soccer career, making 360 league and cup
appearances for the Londoners, and playing in four Cup Finals to win the English
Winners Cup in 1970 and the European Winners Cup in 1971. In the U.S.,
Cooke played for the L.A. Aztecs, Memphis Rogues, and the California Surf of
the North American Soccer League, as well as coached for the Witchita Wings
in the Major Indoor Soccer League. He is currently the Director of Coerver
Coaching Schools in the U.S., and runs his own soccer school at Kids First.