LFC Ann Arbor Coach
Moses was voted best soccer player his freshman and sophomore year at Sandford English Community School in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. During his senior year, Moses was All City and National Champion with Braeburn High School in Nairobi, Kenya. After high school, Moses trained with a professional soccer club as a possible recruit, but declined to join in favor of attending college at Eastern Michigan University.
Moses played two years (2005-2007) of semi-professional soccer with Detroit Cavaliers FC during his time at EMU and after graduation. After leaving Detroit Cavaliers he played semi-pro with Michigan Sporting FC for a year. Moses currently plays in Southeast Michigan Premier Soccer League with Ann Arbor United Soccer Club.
Foot Skills/Technical Specialist and Juggling/Freestyle Coach, Baysa Brazil Soccer Club (2002-2005)
Head Coach, Steiner High School Varsity Soccer Boys Team (2010-2013)
Conference champions two years in a row, first time in school history
Winter Program Director, Ann Arbor United Soccer Club (2004-2016)
Coach, Ann Arbor ODP (current)
Coach, Michigan Futsal Factory Academy (current)
USSF E License
What does it mean to represent LFC:
"Enough said, think about the history of the Liverpool Football Club, the influence, size, importance, magnitude, accomplishments, global recognition and highest standards. I grew up idolizing the likes of John Barnes and Bruce Grobelaar, but so did many other kids in my neighborhood. There was no live television in my country at that time, so we could only watch recorded matches on video. Thankfully, that meant we could replay it over and over until we memorized every skill or move we saw. The passion that I have for Liverpool's football philosophy is beyond words and to be able teach it to young players is a great achievement for me."