CORIE FRAZER - COACHING BIO
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Corie Frazer has been involved with coaching soccer for over 12 years. He migrated from Jamaica to the Bahamas, where he was recognized as one of the most elite youth players. At that time, Corie was the youngest player in the Bahamas Men Soccer League at only age 13.
HISTORY OF EXPERIENCE
Corie started coaching with the Bahamas national center of excellence from 2004 to 2008.
Corie coached at Temple Christian High School for over 6 years training senior boys and girls.
In 2009, He was chosen as head coach/goal keeper coach for the Bahamas National Youth 17 Team.
Between 2009-2011 he was appointed assistant coach/player for the COB (College of the Bahamas).
From 2010-2012 Frazer was delegated head coach for the Bahamas U-19 All-Star Select Team, where he had the privilege to coach the top and elite players of the island.
In 2014 he coached with the Oklahoma Arsenal youth 14 and 16 program.
Frazer has a NSCAA level 2 goalkeeper’s license and was the youngest coach in the Bahamas to receive his FIFA certification. He also holds a National D license. Corie has also had the pleasure of working with some elite coaches such as: Gary White, who is currently an English International Football Manager who directs and coaches Guam Football Association, Neider Colmerauer, who is a Brazilian International Coach who is now head coach for the Ethiopian Premier League defending champions St. George FC, and also Matthew Green, an English International who is the technical director for the Turks and Caicos Islands.