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Logan Metro Football Club have proactively and strategically restructured our Capital League football department to further progress the work started of creating sustained on-field success in a manner that reflects the clubs identity and philosophies. The process has also highlighted LMFC’s strong history of developing and promoting from within the club for key positions.
Current head coach (since 2017) and inaugural player Luis Melgar will move into a newly created role of Football Operations Manager. His core responsibilities include player retention, recruitment, welfare and off field development. Luis will also provide strong leadership to the full LMFC coaching staff and players, ensuring clear direction and continuation of the clubs identity, culture and plan. During his time as Head Coach, the club experienced tremendous success including the 2019 Premiership, 2019 grand final appearance, Promotion into Capital League 2 and an incredible run into RD 5 of FFA Cup qualifying where we claimed some prestigious scalps along the way (notably Mt Gravatt and Taringa) before eventually falling 1-0 to NPL side Moreton Bay. All of this was achieved in a style and manner that highlights the clubs unique identity and culture.
Luis will also continue to work with the digital Content team on delivering quality content across all our platforms to continue telling our story and growing our brand.
Current first team assistant coach Forbes Madau will move into the head coach role and oversee the day to day on field football responsibilities. An FFA qualified coach, Forbes has an eye for the tactical side of the game and proven experience in developing young talent. He’s previously held the head coach role at Logan City Kings (where he oversaw a derby win against LMFC) as well as several positions from under 6- under 18’s at Olympic FC, Albany Creek and Rochedale.
2020 reserves coach and inaugural player Saul Argueta will not continue in 2021 due to an increased work, study and family schedule. His reserves side finished 3rd scoring 47 goals in only 15 games. Saul also oversaw several reserve players push into the first team regularly.
Claude Rebocho an assistant coach to Saul in 2020 will step up to the role of reserves coach for 2021. A former XXXX league player with Brisbane City and Taringa, Claude has played alongside some very notable local players including current Brisbane Roar head coach Warren Moon. He’s also working towards completing his C license.
Elmer Avilez our sports trainer currently employed by our physiotherapy partner All Sports Calamvale will also continue to provide support onsite at Compton Park in 2021
We would like to thank Luis and Saul for their commitment and success they have helped bring to the club over the last few seasons. A strong foundation has been set and the future looks bright with our new coaching set up heading into 2021.
The rest of the coaching and support team will be announced in the coming weeks.
Trials begin on a December 1 at Gould Adam’s Park.
Below are a few specific notes from the zoom call i attended with Football Brisbane and clubs last night PLUS some notes from Queensland Health
Players or staff who attend the schools (Parklands Christian College – Park Ridge and Chatswood Hills State School – YMCA Outside School Hours Care) are NOT permitted to participate in football until they are no longer required by QLD Health to self isolate
Any students who DO NOT attend the above institutions can continue to participate in sport as usual
players who themselves do not attend one of the above institutions but have teammates who do can continue to participate in football as usual, minus any players who attend the above institutions;
at this stage, QLD Health is not requiring the team mates of players who attend the above institutions to self-isolate.
Any individuals who were present at these locationsat the relevant times are asked to immediately self-quarantine and contact 13 HEALTH.
Matches scheduled to take place this weekend will continue as fixtured, unless advised otherwise
we have to be more diligent with attendance registration (via the QR code located on the entry wall) as that is the tracing method for anyone infected . So our players and anyone attending the club MUST register in and out of our club or when they go away to other clubs. QR code registration list goes to FQ
continue to Do the 3- 1. Wash your hands 2. Keep your distance 3. Download the COVIDSafe App
if you’re experiencing cold or flu-like symptoms, stay home and speak to your doctor about getting tested.
Logan Metro FC is super proud and excited to announce Michael Ulstad as our women’s team head coach and Branden Turepu as his assistant coach. The duo led our u18 boys academy in 2019 to their Grand Final and are committed to growing our women’s program, a priority of the LMFC committee in 2020 and delivering success on the field and off it
I’m excited for the opportunity LMFC has presented me with. I’m confident that with my experience on the pitch and development as a coach I can improve not only our players skill set but thier knowledge of the game.
Locking in Bran as my assistant was a must for me and with our success from last year we know we can continue to build and improve the women’s program and presence at the club.
I’m looking forward to the challenge and am hoping to see a lot of new faces who want to improve their game and be part of a team.
Kate Pursehouse will continue in the role as our women’s coordinator and is passionate about growing women’s football at LMFC.
We’re so pleased to have locked in Michael and Branden to our women’s program. After a successful year coaching the under 18 boys academy and leading them to the grand final, they hope to strengthen the quality of the women’s team and push for promotion, as well as attracting new female players to the club. Bringing years of experience with both coaching and playing, I look forward to seeing them in action and taking charge of our women’s program.
This year, Logan Metro will be registering for 2 teams in the Women’s City League competition so there will be plenty of opportunities for all players of all abilities to come and play for this amazing club.
The club is looking at having 2 women’s teams in 2020 for the first time! A team with a competitive focus and the other team with a more social focus, allowing the club to cater for female players of all abilities.
The club’s most successful coach, Jen Dunn is stepping down as our women’s coach and transitioning into inspiring the next generation of female players through our MiniRoos program.
Jen has taken our women’s team to the finals every year in our Football Brisbane era since taking charge in 2015.
? 2 Premierships | ? 1 Grand Final Win | 2️⃣ Grand Finals | 4️⃣ consecutive seasons in finals
“I would like to thank everyone that has helped make the LMFC women’s program what it is today and I am looking forward to helping to inspire and identify our next generation of LMFC girls to continue the success we have started” Jen Dunn, LMFC’s women’s coach since 2015
To express your interest in the Women’s coach role CLICK HERE
??????Have a listen to Jen’s podcast earlier in the year talking through her years at LMFC and her love for the club
Logan Metro FC is super proud and excited to announce inaugural player and premiership winning Head Coach Luis Melgar has recommitted for the 2020 season!
This will be Luis’s 3rd season in charge and the clubs first season in Capital League 2.
” I’m very excited to be continuing at Logan Metro FC. We have a such a young squad and I know everyone at the club are looking forward to testing ourselves in Capital League 2 next season and challenge ourselves to play at an even higher standard and better consistency than we did this year.
We all know Capital 2 will be a massive a challenge however, having retained a core group of the playing squad that achieved success in 2019, we are confident we can be competitive.
In order to really push for the goals we have set, we are hosting open trials starting in late November and looking strengthen by adding depth in key positions and adding players who have the right attitude and same ambitions we do. “- Luis Melgar, Head Coach
Inaugural player and a vital part of our 2019 success, assistant coach Saul Argueta has also recommitted for 2020.
” I’m super excited about being able to keep working at my beloved club for another season. I’m sure next season will be a lot tougher, but I’m ready for the challenge.”- Saul Argueta, Assistant Coach.
Unfortunately, a club favourite and undefeated Reserves Coach Lorenzo Guglielmino wont be returning in 2020 due to increased work commitments and the recent birth of his son Mateo.
To apply and express your interest in the reserves coach role click here
Season 2 Episode 6- Racism: Experiences & Education PART 2 with Associate Professor Fiona Kate Barlow Season 2 Episode 5- RACISM: EXPERIENCES AND EDUCATION PART 1 with Butrus Haider Season 2 Episode 4- THE VOICE OF FOOTBALL IN QUEENSLAND- RAFE GRIFFIN Season 2 Episode 3- DIVISION 2 COUNCILLOR TERESA LANE Season 2 Episode 2- ANZAC SPECIAL
Logan Metro Football Club is proud to announce our 33 man squad for the 2019 season.
Head Coach- Luis Melgar Reserves Coach- Lorenzo Guglielmino Assistant Coaches- Saul Argueta & Michael Ulstad Football Manager- Sam Escobar
[ngg src=”galleries” ids=”2″ display=”basic_thumbnail” number_of_columns=”4″]Goal Keepers-
Daniel Escobar & Nelson Auntinock
[ngg src=”galleries” ids=”6″ display=”basic_thumbnail”]Defenders-
Charles Eremugo, Luc Siboyo, Johnson Shaka, Joe Gasamira, Branden Turepu, Steve Okonkwo, Yassine Boualem, Mohammed Al Hilali, Andres Barrera, Jamez Lazarus