AC Seattle officially announces head coach, team manager

AC Seattle officially announces head coach, team manager

SEATTLE, Wash.— AC Seattle, the new WPSL soccer club that will play beginning this spring, has posted two press releases officially announcing their hires for head coach and team manager. The head coach of the Seattle team which will import an Italian-flavored roster is Antonio Cincotta. The team manager is Fabio Cimmino.

The AC Seattle press releases are being issued from Italy.


SEATTLE, Wash.—February, 6th 2013 – (AC Seattle press release) AC Seattle PH-America is proud to say that Antonio Cincotta will be the team Head Coach for WPSL 2013. The club wishes him and his staff the best of luck.

Antonio Cincotta is very excited for his choice and says: “American women’s soccer is professional and very followed. I’m already focused, I need to be focused to do my best.”

The Club is happy about the choice, and speaks through the words of the President: “We chose a young but smart coach and at the same time he’s very expert about women’s soccer,” says Giuseppe Pezzano, AC Seattle PH-America President, “He’s very famous for his offensive way to play soccer and his ability to impose his play on other teams. That’s a reason to have more prestige and motivations.”

Cincotta is appreciated for the game shown, an offensive game, based on ball possession, defined by the press  as “women tiky taka”. Cincotta is the most successful Young Coach in Figc history and a on-time coach of the year. This past 2012 season he guided the MONZA WOMAN TEAM , winning the best regular season point total of the club ( 67 points), earning FIGC Coach of the Year. From 2010 through 2011 Cincotta’s Milan Woman Soccer  teams won the promotion to Major League ( serie A).

He was voted the “A2 Championship”  Best Coach of the Year  in his first season,Cincotta in two seasons, have won 29 games, lost 4 and tied 4, 82 Goals for, and only 26 goals against Cincotta was an assistant to Stefano Eranio, Maurizio Ganz e Stefano Nava, famous  professional players of AC Milan and the Italian National.


SEATTLE, Wash.—February, 7th 2013 –  (AC Seattle press release) Seattle AC Pure Health America is pleased to announce that Fabio Cimmino will be the Team Manager of the team for the Women’s Premier Soccer League 2013. He’s a journalist and expert in women’s soccer and he has been heading for four years the press communication of Brescia Women’s Soccer, one of the most important Italian soccer club.

He was awarded at Golden Girls for “Press and Communication”, as the second best press officer in Italy.

The club wishes him and his staff the best of luck.

“I’m proud to be part of this project and this experience motivates me so much – he says -. I thank AC Seattle Club and ACF Brescia for giving me this chance and incredible opportunity. I will put my experience to use in this project.”

“Fabio Cimmino, expert in women’s soccer managing and marketing, will be successful in communication area for our club – the President Giuseppe Pezzano spoke -. We want to optimize our marketing and advertising on American standards, because in the States women soccer is followed and appreciated.”

Fabio Cimmino was born in Avellino on the 25th of January 1983. Since the 2009 he has been the head office of Brescia Women Soccer, one of the most important Italian Club. The Women Premier Soccer League (WPSL) is the second most important American women premier league, after the NWSL (National Women’s Soccer League.) The League is subdivided in 10  Regional Groups with about 60 teams. AC Seattle will take part to the Northwest Conference, that will take place in June and July 2013.


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