SoccerViza’s Pro Scouting Tour is just days away and the demand is still high for an opportunity to attend our event. With a waitlist pending, the SOLD OUT event will be filled with plenty of coaches and scouts from around the world. Are you ready?
Bernardo Vasconcelos – Viza Management (International)
Representing professional players while having relationships with many teams across Europe and Asia, Viza Management is a player representation agency ready to scout new talent. Bernardo Vasconcelos, General Manager, who is the head of Viza Management’s office in Lisbon, has been scouting for years linking players with contracts and opportunities.
Rembert Vromant - C.F. Pachuca (Mexico) / Marco Ivan Perez - C.F. Pachuca (Mexico)
Having won four league titles between 2001 and 2010 along with four CONCACAF Champions Leagues, one North American SuperLiga and Copa Sudamericana, ‘Los Tuzos’ are considered as one of the most successful clubs in Mexico. C.F. Pachuca, who currently play in the Liga MX (top tier of Mexican football), had their most recent win in the 2016 Clausura, which qualified the team for the 2016–17 CONCACAF Champions League, a competition they would go on to win. Through their win in CONCACAF play, Pachuca ended up qualifying for the 2017 FIFA Club World Cup and finished fourth (the club’s best performance in four appearances).
Rodolfo Vaz - Vitoria Setubal (Portugal)
Vitoria Setubal currently play in the Portuguese Premeira Liga, the top tier of football in Portugal. They have won three Taca da Portugal, one Taca Da Liga, one Small Club World Cup, and one Iberian Cup. Outside of the big three, they are historically regarded as one of the most decorated clubs in Portugal.
Jose Esparza – L.A Galaxy (USA)
Currently playing in the Major League Soccer, L.A. Galaxy has the most MLS Cups in their trophy case. They’ve appeared an additional four times in the final and won the Western Conference regular season title eight times. Additionally, they have won two U.S. Open Cups and one CONCACAF Champions Cup title. The Galaxy has been home to some big names like Landon Donavan, David Beckham, and most recently, Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Nate Kish – D.C. United (USA) / Loudon United FC (USA)
Competing in Major League Soccer (MLS), the top tier of football in the U.S, D.C United has won four MLS Cups (second in the history of the MLS) and three U.S Open Cups. D.C United has also made history on the international scale. After winning the CONCACAF Champions Cup in 1998, they are only one of two MLS teams to ever win it. Their USL (second tier in American soccer) affiliate, Loudon United made its debut in 2019. They were founded as D.C. United’s reserve team in 2018.
Joe Funicello - Queretaro F.C. (Mexico)
Currently in the top tier of la Liga MX, Queretaro has been home to some big names including Brazilian superstar Ronaldinho. After winning the Mexican Apertura and the Mexican Super cup in 2016/2017, Queretaro have remained in the top tier of Mexican football. Joe Funicello has been given permission to officially scout for Queretaro F.C. throughout SoccerViza’s Pro Scouting Tour in Los Angeles, California.
Marian Cerny - Spartak Trnava (Slovakia)
Also known as the Bili Aneli’s (the White Angels), Spartak Trnava also have a decorated history. They’ve won the Czechoslovak First League five times and the Czechoslovak Cup four times. They’ve made multiple appearances in the UEFA Champions League and currently sit fifth in the top tier of Slovakia’s football league – Fortuna Liga.
Jaanus Pruuli - Paide Linnameeskond FC (Estonia)
Founded in 2004, and earning four straight promotions, Paide LinnaMeeskond currently sits fourth in the top tier of Estonian Football. They reached the Estonian Cup final in 2014-2015 and are now coached by Estonian international, Vjatšeslav Zahovaiko.
Issac Moreno - Correcaminos (Mexico)
Correcaminos UAT, founded in 1980, currently plays in the Ascenso MX (second tier of Mexican football) and is managed by Carlos Reinoso. In 2011, the club finished second in the Ascenso MX and scored the most goals finishing with 33. That same year, Correcaminos beat La Piedad after 15 years, claiming the Apertura Title.