A WORD FROM THE TECHNICAL DIRECTOR
The St-Hubert Soccer Club is a club with more than 30 years of history in the Quebec soccer community, but it is also a club looking ahead and to the future. Training young talents are, therefore, a priority in our sports strategy. Since my arrival in 2007, the CSSH has been fully committed to the long-term development of the player and also ensures that all participants benefit from it: pleasure, adapted development, quality educators are some elements that will help younger players. Soccer players need to feel comfortable at all levels of play and set goals that are reachable in their own development.
At CSSH, our training philosophy is to educate our players, but also to produce the next generation of adults. Building and supporting young people in their development is our permanent concern. We must rely on a large staff that is accessible, open, attentive, and are part of a demanding and rigorous framework.
"A DOUBLE, SPORTING AND EDUCATIONAL PROJECT"
At the St-Hubert Soccer Club, volunteers, educators and players are at the heart of the project. Throughout the season, we offer individual follow-ups. Meetings with parents, membership review, we make sure the player is in the best position to learn. The field is not the primary concern: we rely on respect, politeness, the general behaviour of the player.
The project we offer to young players is doubled: sports and education. The first results validate our know-how: For three years now, more than nine club players have already joined our semi-professional team. The foundations of our project are solid, and so are the gateways to becoming a professional too. Our women's soccer program is also bearing fruit, as indicated by the number of girls selected from various regional and provincial programs.
Mr. Nasson Théosmy has been the Technical Director of the CSSH since 2006 and holds a National B license.