Manchester Futsal Club discussed on the World of Futsal podcast

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On today’s podcast, the World of Futsal with Keith Tozer (Commissioner of the Professional Futsal League launching in the United States) discusses futsal and more with Futsal Focus guest Simon Wright,  Founder and Sporting Director of one of England’s oldest Futsal clubs, Manchester Futsal Club established 13 years ago. (

Listen to Simon discuss how he got introduced to Futsal, what drove him to develop the sport in Manchester, how he and a group of friends came together to develop Manchester Futsal Club. He also talks about his background in events and project management working for the FA, with FIFA, etc, how he and his colleagues at the club have use their resources to manage the club, attracting the right people to drive it forward, organize themselves, and manage the various aspects of the club. Furthermore, Simon discusses the FA National Futsal League, the ups and downs there have been and the new National Futsal Series (National League) being launched this season by the FA.

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