LFC Central Coach
During his high school years, Paul played for Lutheran High School North in Macomb where he captained the team and earned All-State honors and club soccer with the Carpathia Club (Men's Open - 1st Team).
Paul went on to play at Oakland University, where he competed in two NCAA National Championship Finals. He finished his collegiate career as captain of the team and earned All-Conference, All-Regional, and All-American honors and in 2010 was inducted into OU's Hall of Honor for soccer.
After college, Paul played in Savannah, Georgia, as well as in Detroit area with the Detroit Rockers and the Michigan Bucks.
Paul started coaching with Force FC in 1997/98 and, together with Andrew Wagstaff, coached the Club’s 1989 Girls team to several State Cup Championships and back-to-back USYSA National Champions in 2007 and 2008.
In the fall of 2015, Paul started working with Saginaw Valley Men's College Soccer Program as an assistant to Head Coach Andrew Wagstaff. He is also currently the assistant coach for the Michigan Stars, an NPSL team out of Pontiac.
Paul holds a Bachelor's degree in Biology from Oakland University and a Law degree from Thomas Cooley Law School.
USSF National "C" License
What does it mean to represent Liverpool FC:
"Tradition and Unity are what stand out most to me about what it means to be part of Liverpool FC. When united in a common cause, great things can be accomplished, and Liverpool has proven that for decades through their play and players. Through that unity, Liverpool has created a tremendous Tradition of excellence and I'm excited to be a part of it."