Liberty Point Soccer Club will build and develop community outreach programs throughout Cumberland County, NC. The main purpose of these programs will be to bring the game of soccer and all its joy to every child in our community. We welcome all inquiries regarding our staff coming to your teams location to give a free clinic. Please contact our directors at: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Coach Josh is an amazing coach and it has been such a pleasure to watch him grow and take ownership and responsibility of these kids and team. I’m so proud of him and appreciate him so much. The kids and parents love and respect him, but this weekend you would have been so proud of him! He was never disrespectful, but he made his point just as I am sure he has seen you do many times. In my opinion this is exactly what the kids need to see from a coach. The kids are working their butts off doing their part and them seeing their coach doing his part to fight for what is right as well can only motivate them. The parents were hyped up on both sides and some began yelling at the ref when he missed a call. You are going to love this! During the game Josh squared up on the other side of the field so he would be in the center of our half of the field and began yelling something to this affect, “HEY PARENTS HEY PARENT!!! STOP YELLING AT THE REF’S! IF THERE IS A PROBLEM I WILL ADDRESS IT! PLEASE STOP YELLING AT THE REF’S! THANK YOU!!!” I was so proud of him! This is his team and these kids are his boys when they are on the soccer field. Not only that, LP is his soccer club and he is taking initiative to make sure it is represented as it should be.
"We (Sarah, Paul, and I) have thoroughly enjoyed the Liberty Point experience beginning with the summer camps at MU to joining the club. The best that I can figure is Paul has been playing at LPSC for 7 years - maybe 8? The club is well-organized and well-run. Kudos to Coach Terranova and Coach Madej. We didn't even mind the 40 minute drive from Dunn to MU for practice. Paul has learned a tremendous amount about soccer and teamwork, sharpened his skills, had a great time, and stayed in good shape. Paul made many friends along the way that he would not have met otherwise. I suspect he'll keep in touch with many LPSC teammates via social media for years to come. I'm sure he'll run into many of them in college and elsewhere. Paul still keeps in touch with Frank Barone his former coach and MU Soccer Graduate. A sincere thanks from us for founding the club and letting Paul be a part."
-Mike Wells Dean of Health Sciences at Campbell University