Michigan Rush Northville is excited to add two new Directors of Coaching to it's staff for the 2014-15 seasons. Slobadan Pavlovic will be joining Rush Northville as the new Director of Goal Keeping and Boyzzz Khumalo will be joining as the new Director of Coaching for the club's U10-U11 Boys and Girls teams. Both coaches are certified USSF A License coaches and, along with their director responsibilities, will coach teams in the club.
Slobadan comes to Northville after serving at a number of youth clubs in Metro-Detroit. He is known for the technical development that he provides players and for his passion to teach. Slobadan has produced GK's and field players that are currently in both the collegiate and professional ranks and Rush players are going to benefit greatly from his teaching. Along with coaching, Slobadan was a very accomplished professional Goal Keeper in both Europe and Canada.
Boyzz Khumalo hails from South Africa and will be coming to the Rush from the Saline Soccer Association where he has served as the clubs Director for the past year. Khumalo experienced a great professional career after his college career at Costal Carolina. He was drafted by the Chicago Fire into the MLS and ended up spending 2 seasons with DC United of the MLS. After his playing days he turned to coaching and is currently a USSF A License coach. Along with coaching for the Rush Boyzzz is on staff at Madonna University with the men's program and is currently a player/coach with Lansing United of the NPSL.