Coach Anar Amini was born in Jaghori Afghanistan and enjoys football (soccer), hiking, and cycling. 
She became connected to Multicultural Sports Club through the Coach Development Program. She showed great passion for football and learning the art of coaching. Naturally Anar could bring groups together as is a leader in her female community. Anar is deeply passionate about playing sports and bringing people together. She has great skills on the ground and behind the scenes to ensure programs are coordinated and organised. Anar’s skills are working with primary schools during the after school programs, coordination support at the Multicultural Football League and ensuring females have equal opportunity to play and remain active.

You can read more about Anar’s story here

 

Coach Angie has worked as a Sports Coach and a Fitness Coach in both England and Australia, having fun helping adults and children to grow stronger and move more. Her motto is: Improvement through  movement.
She currently works as a personal trainer in Brisbane and as a Sports Coordinator with Reclink Australia in the Logan area. She likes to work out at home with her friend the sloth, and walks every evening with her husband and their Burmese cat. She is currently learning the introduction to Martial Arts through Beginner Tai Chi and Bo Staff.
Coach Makuel Makuel is Sudanese and his interests includefootball (soccer), fitness bootcamps, guitar and fishing.
Coach Makuel began with the Multicultural Sports Club as a volunteer and was soon after put on as a Casual Community Coach in 2019 as part of the Coach Development Program – simply due to his commitment and passion for sport and helping others.  Makuel supported the Goodna Youth Football Program as a driver assistance engagement officer and being mentored by fellow coaches. Makuel is now an independent, engagement and skilled coach with the MSC.

Coach Tresor Rusangiza began with the Multicultural Sports Club as a volunteer and was soon after put on as a casual coach in 2019 simply due to his commitment and passion for sport and helping others. Tresor has grown so much in such a short amount of time, he is almost never late for work, and will give anything a go. Tresor is one of the coaches at the MSC that you can send him to any program and he will get the job done and return with honest feedback and ways to improve the program.
His  cultural background is Congolese, Rwandese, Ethiopian and interests include football (soccer), writing and recording music and rapping.