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Friday, January 6, 2012

F.C.S.C. Storm Begins To Build it's Roster for it's Inaugural 2012 season.

Santa Clarita, California- After several months of looking at players and even staging them in an International face off with Mexican Power House Chivas Guadalajara's Under 20's, Futbol Club Santa Clarita Storm is ready to start making selections to roster players for the 2012 season.

    One of the stand outs that walked on in camp after the initial tryouts in September were held, and do very well for himself is Matt Shaxton. A 6'1", 185lb defensive player who lives locally in Santa Clarita.
Originally from England, Matt played from youth until just about three years ago. "Matt just the right size and shows excellent ability with his feet when controlling the ball and moving with and without the ball. At
camp he shows excellent skill and athleticism, and you could tell his technical ability. " said Gerald Brunner, CEO and director of operations for F.C.S.C. As a youth in England Matt played with Bristol City Academy,AFC Academy, and from 2003 until 2006 played in England at the Semi-Pro level with three different clubs; Bridgewater Town, Gloucester City & Cirencester Town, and won the Southern English League National Trophy with Hartpury College in 2008. Shaxton then came to the United States
and found himself in Bakersfield playing div. 1 at Cal State Bakersfield and leading his team as Captain. Shaxton captured the MVP title at Cal State Bakersfield in 2009 and was selected to the Mountain Pacific Sport Federations All Conference First Team.  

Matt Shaxton
Santa Clarita Storm will Re-Sign Three players form 2011; Tyler Coombes, as well as Richard and Martin Galvan. Tyler, while sharing the responsibilities of Captain with the Storm, also shared the top slot in points for the team last year. Coombes who is an Antelope Valley player who after a very successful youth career with the local Palmdale Thunder Club team from ages 12 to 17 was recognized for his leadership by wearing the captain arm band all five years, and was voted M.V.P of his U-15, U-16 and U-17 teams. High School was no different for Tyler where---- read more

Futbol Club Santa Clarita Storm vs Chivas Guadalajara  12/11/11
                                                                                                                                

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