- NEWS: GORAN KARADZOV NAMED COMETS HEAD COACH
- PLAYER NEWS: ASSADPOUR, IVANOVIC RETURNING FOR 2016-17 SEASON
- NEWS: COMETS ANNOUNCE 2016-17 MASL SCHEDULE
- NEWS: COMETS RECLAIM KANSAS CITY IN 2016-17 REBRANDING
- 2016 KC Comets Girls
- Comets Girls Auditions
- NEWS: Comets coach Vlatko Andonovski steps down
- RECAP: COMETS SEASON COMES TO AN END AFTER DROPPING GAME TWO IN DOUBLE OVERTIME
- PREVIEW: COMETS LOOK TO BOUNCE BACK AND ADVANCE TO THE RON NEWMAN CUP FINAL
- RECAP: COMETS DROP GAME ONE TO THE BALTIMORE BLAST IN OVERTIME
Goran Karadzov, Head Coach
Goran Karadzov brings passion, coaching ability and 15 years of professional soccer experience to the Comets program. The highlight of his career includes playing for the Macedonian National Team. His coaching experiences include: FC Kansas City (NWSL) 2013, Metropolitan Community College-Blue River, Assistant Coach, 2008-present, Futura Futbol Club 2007-present, FCMAC/KHMAC 2004-2007, KC Inter Soccer Club, 2004. He also has experience in professional play including: K.C. Comets, Major Indoor Soccer League, 2003-2004, FC Vardar – Macedonia First Division, 2002, FC Emelec – Ecuador First Division, 2001, FC Vardar – Macedonia First Division, 1991-2000. In addition to playing professional both in the states and overseas he has served as a member for the Macedonian Men’s National Team Player.
Doug McLagan, Assistant Coach
Doug attended Cardiff University in Wales, UK from 1982 – 1986 where he graduated with a BA in Human Movement Studies and Post Graduate Certificate in Education. He played all four years for the All British Collegiate team. He then came to the United States and played in the MISL for The Kansas City Comets from 1988 – 1990. When the Comets folded, Doug followed then-teammate, Kim Roentved, to play for the Wichita Wings from 1990 – 1991 in the MSL. Later that year, Doug was hired as a teacher at Blue Springs High School where he currently teaches Physical Education and works with Special Education students. His High School boys soccer program was the first team ever to win a Missouri State title in 1996, and not be from the city of St Louis. His High School girls team came third in 2004. Doug currently resides in Lee’s Summit with his wife Chris, and their three kids Kyle, Cole and Caden. He coaches in the KCFC club and likes to spend his time watching his kids play soccer and following his favorite team, Chelsea.
Alan Mayer, Goalkeeper Coach
Scott Moody, Strength & Conditioning Coach
Scott Moodyis the founder and CEO for the not-for-profit Training and Research Institute for Athletic Development (TRIAD). After ten years of success at CAP, one of the largest youth sports performance centers in the country, he is now focusing his attention on developing a curriculum that bridges the gap between training for sport and on-field performance. Along with instructing young players at the F.I.T. Academy, he is also working closely with well known equipment manufactures such as Cybex, Woodway, Myotest, Fitness Anywhere and Fusion Sport, to research the effectiveness of their products on this population, and create programming and educational resources to advance the understanding of sports performance training in youth athletics.
Shawn DuMers, Head Athletic Trainer
Fran Heisinger, Assistant Athletic Trainer
Dr. Greg Barnhill, Official Orthopedic Surgeon of the Comets
Dr. Pete Casey, Official Chiropractor of the Comets
Dr. Justin Hildebrand, Official Chiropractor of the Comets
Neil Kelly DDS, Official Dentist of the Comets