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GM and Head Coach Gaspard Dalexis
-Played soccer for six years at the professional level. As a member of the Canadian National Team he made a trip to the U-21 World Cup in Japan. At the university level, Gaspard was voted two times All American - 4 yrs team captain and candidate for the Herman trophy given to the best soccer player in all USA universities. Gaspard played in the US College Soccer Senior Bowls indoor and outdoor. Selected four times All New England and despite playing mostly central defense, he finished top ten scorers in school history at Plymouth State University by the time he graduated.
Coaching experience includes
Head Coach of Haiti Women's National Teams (Senior and U17G) 3/10 – 12/10. Under his coaching oversight national team achieved an overall record of 10-3-3 . Improved its FIFA World Ranking from 106 to 53 and jumped from 15 to 6 in the CONCACAF Regional Ranking. Haiti Women's National Team also shared a Co-Caribbean's Champion title with Trinidad and Tobago in May of 2010, which led the Haiti Women's National Team to qualify for the first time for the Gold Cup, Mexico December 2010. Also, Haiti Women's National Team recorded victories for the first time in history against Cuba Women's National Team (3-0), Puerto Rico Women's National Team twice (2-0), (2-0) and Trinidad and Tobago (1-0)
Head Coach General Manager of Laval Dynamites in the W-League, 1999-2001. It was then the first women semi-professional soccer team in Canada history. The team had recorded 1,500 spectators on the first home opening day, 1999. In only their second season of existance, Laval finished first in total points with Toronto in the conference.
Among other experience, As an associated Coach at Concordia University in Montreal, he went to a CIAU Final Four (PK'S defeat). As an Head Coach, won State Cup in two different countries ( USA and Canada) Trained and represented numerous male professional players in various professional leagues in Europe, Canada and United States.
Gaspard holds Bachelor degrees in Business Management, Marketing and Sports Management.
Game Conduct:
The professional and personal conduct of members must be above reproach and avoid even the slightest appearance of impropriety. Club members shall refrain from abusive conduct, personal charges, or verbal attacks upon the character or motives of referees, league and tournament officials or the opposing team's coach, players and parents.

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