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Coaching Staff

Warren Ardé
Clinic Director

Warren was born in Durban, South Africa. He started playing soccer at the age of three and was brought up playing under a professional youth soccer program until the age of eighteen. Due to his father being a professional soccer player and teh captain of the national team, he taught Warren a lot about the game of soccer and how it should be played.

His credentials are as follows:

  • Captain, William Carey soccer team, 1990-92
  • Captain, New Orleans Gamblers professional team, 1993-96
  • USISL Southern region champions
  • named twice to the USISL sizzling Team of the week
  • New Orleans Gamblers U-15 select coach, 1994-96
  • Biloxi Soccer Organisation, director of recreational coaching, 2000-02
  • Biloxi Player Development Program, director of coaching
  • 2002 Meridian Staet Games, gold medal, U-10 boys
  • MS Southern district champs/State runner-ups, 2002, U-10 boys
  • USA national "C" coaching license
  • USA national youth coaching license
  • founder and director of coaching for International Soccer Clinic USA, 2000-09

Louis Ardé
Head Coach

Louis Arde has been involved in soccer for more than 40 years. He was a professional player in South Africa from 1975-1986. He was the captain of the South African National Team for five years. He has played all over the world, but his highlight was playing against the top brazilian teams. In 1978, Louis won the state President's Award for the Athlete of the Year. He was coach of the South African Universities National Team (equivalent to the NCAA) for four years. Louis holds the English "A" license which is the most prestigious coaching badege in the world, and he is the holder of The Basic Intermediate Full Coaching Badge of South Africa.

Without losing sight of the true spirit of the game, his clinics are designed to maximize fun within a challenging environment. Louis; warm and friendly personality is equal only to his sincere desire to uprgrade soccer playing standards across Mississippi.

Jarred Ardé

Gulfport High - Captain, Mississippi Gatorade Player of the Year in 2010, Two time All-State Selection, State Champion
Drake University -NCAA Division1- Second Team All-MVC in 2013, MVC All-Tournament Team in 2012


Patrick Wadsworth

Patrick grew up in Lafeyette, La., playing for Episcopal School of Acadiana and the Cajun Soccer Club. With two state championships under his belt at age seventeen, he headed for college at the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Ala., where he walked on and played. As founder of West Mobile Football club, he led them to two league titles in the unique position of player/coach. While first drawn to the Mississippi Gulf Coast by his wife and the head coach position at St. John High School, he now coaches at Biloxi High School. Patrick is a three year staff member of the International Soccer Clinic.

Garrett Crall

Hometown - Norwalk, IA
Norwalk High School - Captain, Named Iowa's Mr. Soccer in 2010, All-State Selection, State Champion
Drake University - Missouri Valley Conference All-Freshman Team in 2010. Top 100 college freshman.
Second Team All- MVC in 2011.
Four Year Division 1 letterman.

Eric Boyer

Hometown - Cedar Rapids, IA
CR Kennedy High School - Captain, Iowa Gatorade Player of the Year in 2010, All-State Selection, Conference Champion
Drake University Soccer Team

Austin Douglas

Graduated and appeared in 3 State Championships for Gulfport High School in 2012 winning the State Championship his senior year!  Currently attends Pearl River Community and has won back to back State Championships as well as region 23 winners.  Voted best offensive player.

Donevin Esterhuizen

Donevin Esterhuizen, is a native of Johannesburg, South Africa. Donevin attended William Carey University in 2003 with a bachelor's degree in management and marketing. during his time with the Crusaders, he served as a team captain and earned NAIA 1st Team All-american honors. Played junior professional soccer as an apprentice in South Africa. In the United States, Donevin played for Orlando Kraze of the Premier Development League from 1999-2003.

Jerry  Esters

After High School, Jerry became a member of the U.S. Air Forces inter –service football and track teams. Jerry played wide-receiver, defensive back, punt and kick-off returner. He was instrumental in helping his team win two European Championships in three years (86-87).


Nick Marshall

Hometown - Glen Carbon, IL
High School - First Team All-Conference and Co-Conference MVP
Drake University - Captain, Missouri Valley Conference All-Freshman Team in 2010, First Team All-MVC in 2013,MVC Scholar Athlete Honoree, Academic All-American