THURSDAY, December 21 — Fresno Football Club has signed defender Zachary Ellis-Hayden to a 2018 USL contract, pending league and federation approval. Ellis-Hayden joins Mickey Daly in the Foxes’ inaugural back line after playing the previous two seasons with Orlando City B. “Zachary is a player that both myself and [general manager] Frank Yallop have identified as someone who is extremely athletic,” said Fresno FC head coach Adam Smith.
FRESNO, CA - Fresno Football Club has been chosen by Major League Soccer (MLS) club Vancouver Whitecaps FC (WFC) to serve as its United Soccer League (USL) affiliate for the 2018 season. “Fresno FC is delighted that Vancouver has selected The Foxes as its USL affiliate for the 2018 season,” said owner Ray Beshoff.
“At this time, I’d like to take the opportunity to thank my CEO Andrew Donnery at Elk Grove Soccer Club and Paul Buckle, my head coach at Sacramento Republic, for a wonderful three years,” Smith said. Prior to Sacramento, Smith served as the Portland Timbers goalkeeping coach for two seasons from 2010-11 when Portland joined MLS. In 2012, Smith transitioned to serve as the academy director and goalkeeping director. Born in England, Smith began his career as a youth in the Everton FC academy.
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Selecting a term
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