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  Melissa Barbieri Visits Pascoe Vale Girls
Date: 16/06/2009
This week Melissa Barbieri paid Pascoe Vale a visit to speak to the girls about "What it takes to make it as an elite female player". Melissa spoke about her experience as a junior and the hard work and devotion required to reach the top. It was an interesting discussion with plenty of questions at the end and we trust that all our junior girls got something out of the visit.

David Clarkson Appointed New Senior Coach
Date: 26/03/2009
The Pascoe Vale Soccer Club is glad to announce David Clarkson as our New senior coach. David had an extensive playing career in the National Soccer league and was also member of the South Melbourne team that took on the might of Manchester United in the club world cup in Brazil. As a coach David has had stints with Essendon Royals in the Victorian premier league, along with being an assistant for the under 17 and under 20 national teams. He is currently involved in the Fun football program as the head coach. We would like to welcome David to the PVSC family and wish him all the best in what shapes up to be one of the most challenging years on the Park in the clubs 43 year History.

Luciano Trani Recruited to Wellington Pheonix
Date: 26/03/2009
It gives the Pascoe Vale Soccer Club great pleasure in announcing that our Championship winning coach Luciano Trani has now taken a up full time position as an assistance coach with A-League outfit the Wellington pheonix! In his 18 months at the Club Luc has not only won the championship in emphatic style he has left the club in a much healthier position allround. His constant persistence for perfection and his willingness to work with club has given the club a balance we have been longing for. Thank you very much Luc for your efforts and you are true member of the Pascoe Vale Family.

Preseason 2009 Starts.
Date 15/02/2009
Preseason for seniors and juniors has started and is now well underway. The senior and youth U21's are gaining valuable match practice in the Springvale White Eagle Tournament and training several nights per week. The turnout for the juniors has so far been fantastic with lots of old and plenty of new faces turning out for the club during the first 2 sessions.
Pascoe Vale Appoints Junior Development Coach.
Date: 01/02/2009
Another win for our club is the appointment of Anna Lymberopoulos in the position of Junior Soccer Development Coach. Part of this role also include SSG Co-ordinator. Anna has a wealth of experience in coaching, holding a number of coaching licences and is currently involved with coaching in the Victorian Summer League. Anna will be involved in the development of our players as well as assisting the club in other coaching areas. We welcome Anna to our club and wish her a successful season ahead.

New Club Signings for Seniors
Date: 22/01/2009
The club committee has been very active in the summer season, trying to secure the services of players and coaching staff. Our aim is to ensure that we become a long term fixture of State Div 1 and as a result, we are pleased to welcome some new additions to the ‘Paco’ family. These are:

Our new Youth Team (U21s) coach – Pepi Colakovski. We would like to welcome Pepi back to the club where he took his first soccer steps. Pepi has been a home grown talent of Pascoe Vale and a proud ambassador of what can be achieved with hard work. Pepi not only excelled as a player, but he has also gained his coaching credentials in the last few years. He has had stints in coaching in the Victorian Superleague as well as being an assistant coach at the Victorian Premier League. Pepi is very committed in producing our next generation players to ‘feed’ our Senior squad. We wish Pepi all the best for the season ahead.

Under 18s Coach – Angelo Naselli. Angelo comes to our club with a wealth of playing and coaching experience behind him. Angelo is very dedicated in building a squad for the future. It is the club’s beliefs in promoting our home grown players to our Youth and eventually the Senior Teams and we believe that Angelo has the ability to bring out the best out of his players. We wish Angelo all the very best for the season ahead.

Senior Player – Sash Becvinovski. Sash is one of the best known and most experienced players in the Victorian Football family. His long career took him to clubs such as Footscray JUST, Green Gully, Brunswick Juventus, Preston Lions, Altona Magic and more recently the Bulleen Royals. His accolades in the Victorian Premier League (VPL) include U-21 Player of the Year: 1991, 1992, Golden Boot: 1998, 2006 and Player of the Year: 2006. We have no doubt that with a player of this calibre, there will be a few worrying moments for our opposition’s defences. We would like to welcome Sash to Pascoe Vale and look forward to seeing him on the pitch doing what he does best. In addition to the above mentioned names, the club is very close to announcing a number of new and exciting additions to our teams. Watch this space!
  Latest Ground Update
Date: 22/01/2009
As this drought continues to create havoc amongst sporting clubs, our main ground is off limits at the moment, for all activities. The playing surface is starting to look reasonable and the drought resistant grass seems to be surviving the conditions. With the commencement of pre-season training for the juniors approaching rapidly, we would like to inform all players to come to training with runners and not football boots. Training will take place at the outside training grounds. Thank you all for your understanding.
  Club Room Redevelopment
Date : 22/01/09
We are pleased to announce that as of last week, work on the existing club rooms has officially started. On a balmy evening last Thursday night, a group of volunteers gathered at the club and equipped with sledgehammers and other ‘weapons of mass destruction’, vented their frustrations on one of the existing walls.

We are now awaiting for the steel frame to be erected, followed by the glass and finally the concrete. It may sound simple, however, as anyone who has been involved with building will agree, completion of the job will take us into early March. We appreciate our members’ and guests’ patience as we are striving to improve our facilities for our community’s benefit.
To further promote the club we are putting together a 2009 calendar which will have wide community distribution. The calendar also provides a great opportunity for local businesses to sponsor the club as well as advertise and promote their business for a very affordable cost.

If any of our members own or know someone who owns a business and wishes to get involved with the club as a sponsor please contact George on 0419 518 596.
The committee has been working hard over the holiday period to strengthen the senior squads for the upcoming season. We will soon be announcing the new additions to our clubs both in players and coaching staff. It is shaping up to be a very competitive Pascoe Vale side in the State One division in 2009.
We have finally secured our permit to begin the renovations to our clubrooms. We are hoping to start work in mid January and volunteers and are most welcome come along and contribute in improving the facilities for our club.
The junior club will be conducting several soccer clinics at some of the local primary schools during 2009. Some of our coaches have volunteered their time to teach kids aged 5-9 and to publicise the club to the local community.
With Christmas approaching rapidly, it won't be long before our official pre-season training commences. Please note that for 2009, our preseason training starts on Tuesday February the 10th at 6:00 PM.  Please put these dates in your calendar and we look forward to seeing you all then.
Our summer training comes to an end Tuesday 16th of December. We would like to thank all of the coaches that gave of their time to assist as well as all of the parents and players that turned up. It is clear that some players want to continue some form of soccer or training at the end of the season and so the club will endeavour to plan a more structured program for next season end.
The Our Seniors win the Championship in State 2 NW division It has taken our club 40 years of getting close to, but never actually winning promotion to the Victorian State League 1 Division, however, this year we have created history! After a long season with plenty of nail biting moments, Pascoe Vale managed to win the Victorian State League 2 NW Championship.

What makes this achievement more remarkable is that in the process, the team lost only one game, the last game of the season with the Championship having been already won. A big congratulations to our senior coach Luciano Trani and all the boys for their achievement and we look forward to supporting the team as they embark on a very challenging year ahead.
As most of you may be aware, the club is very close in getting the green light from the council to proceed with some needed renovations at our club room.

A 'redevelopment committee' has been formulated, consisting of many of our members, in order to coordinate the project. This project will include the extension of our current club rooms towards the playing ground and the installation of glass doors and windows will enable us to watch the games from the club rooms.

In addition, we are planning to extend the undercover area and concrete directly in front of the canteen and club rooms. Cosmetic work is planned for the interior of the club rooms as well with a well needed painting and laying new floor coverings. Watch this space for more updates as these come to hand.
As you are all aware, with the current water restrictions in place, some restrictions are likely to apply to the use of our grounds. These will be communicated to you as they become available from the council. Currently the drought resistant grass on our main pitch is starting to blossom from the yellow color during the winter months, to a nice green color (as grass should be!).

We are discussing options with the council for a grass that remains green all year round. On the subject of talking to council, we are also trying to get the cricket ground installed with goals so we can mark it and have more playing options for the upcoming season.