The Crack Podcast w. Soccer Royalty Sir Lincoln Phillips

February 19, 2021

US World Cup legends Damarcus Beasley, Oguchi Onyewu and co-owner of Futbolr Clothing Mabricio Wilson sits down with US Soccer pioneer Lincoln Phillips. As head coach at Howard University he led his team to two NCAA Championships and won Coach of the Year honors in 1971 and 1974. His contribution to the development of goalkeeping is a matter of record having represented the USSF senior and Youth teams as the goalkeeping coach in many local and international competitions. Considered by peers as an advocate for the development of goalkeeping in the US, Lincoln has worked alongside several of the top US goalkeeper coaches to development and improve the goalkeeping education environment through the USSF coaching Schools and NSCAA as a Convention Presenter.  

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