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Juan Flores

Welcome! - greetings from Juan Flores

Hello, everyone! Let me introduce myself. I came to Japan ten years ago to get a chance to give every soccer-loving child in Japan to play soccer. I am married with two children. You do not have to speak English as every class is conducted in Japanese. Please try our free trial lesson, which is open to everyone and see how you like our soccer club. I welcome you all.

Biography

Juan Flores was born in 1960 in Peru and played soccer ever since his childhood. When he participated in an amateur soccer team at the age of 12, he drew the attention of the Peruvian soccer associations. After graduation from high school, he entered the department of physical education at the San Cristobal de Huamanga University but quit after a year and joined a several pro soccer teams such as Cienciano from Cusco, Bancos Unidos y Diablos Rojos from Juliaca and Deportivo Junín from Huancayo, playing an active role as a pro soccer player for 8 years. After bringing his illustrious career as a pro soccer player to an end, he had been a head coach of a several school soccer teams and amateur teams in Peru. In 1996, he set up "Flores International" at Aoyama, Tokyo and has been Director since then. In 2001, he was appointed as Honourary Chairman of the "Union Sports Soccer School" at Cagliari, Italy.

Commendation History

1977 - Played an active role at a regional high school soccer tournament at Ajaccio in Peru and was honoured as one of the most excellent players of the year by the Peruvian Sports Association.
1988 - Coached a soccer team of "Politecnico" junior/high school at Huancayo, Peru and led the team to a championship for several times and was honoured the Best Technical Coach.
1988 - Coached a soccer team of the National Peru Central University at Huancayo, Peru and led the team to a championship at the Peru National College Soccer Championship Tournament. Was honoured the Best Coach from the University.
1989 - Coached a soccer team of the National Peru Central University at Huancayo, Peru and led the team to a championship at the Huancayo Regional University Soccer Tournament. Was honoured the Best Coach from the University.

To all the young players and their parents:

I will help the young talents develop their potentials by introducing my own experiences and knowledge. With my coaching methods in place, I believe that one day we will have pro soccer players from our club. I will motivate the young talents by applying my efficient soccer coaching methods.

How Juan Flores was in His Early Years:

He used to be called a "carbon" (= charcoal, a dark skinned boy who blazes up instantly once the game started) or a "lion" (a powerful player who chased a ball like a savage beast) when he played soccer as a pro. His position was MF when played as an amateur and FW as a pro. He is only 170cm tall but made an advantage of it and his dribble skills had been admired as second to none. He had always been at an important position.


Juan Flores nowadays



Juan Flores in his pro-soccer player days