Csaba Feher, who has extensiveties in the soccer community, starts his thirdseason as a volunteer assistant with the University of Pittsburgh men's soccer team.
The Budapest, Hungary native has over 23 years coaching experience on the high school, club, Olympic Development Program (ODP) and professional level. He is a fixture on the Pittsburgh soccer scene.
"Csaba brought awealth of knowledge and experience to our staff last fall. He is a student of the game and is deeply involved in the development of young players throughout Western Pennsylvania," Pitt head coach Joe Luxbacher notes of his coaching colleague. "I believe that Csaba and I view the game in a similar manner, and I consider him to a valuable addition to our staff. Our players will benefit from his coaching and expertise."
Feher, a former semi-professional player in Hungary and Austria, is an active member of the Region I ODP staff and a former youth development director for the Pittsburgh Riverhounds. He previously coached at Riverside High School (leading the team to the Section 4-AAA championship in 2006) and also served as associate director of coaching at the PA West Soccer Association.
Feher holds the United State Soccer Federation "A" and "National Youth" Licenses. He and his wife, Agnes, are the parents of three children: Orsolya (28), Bence (24) and Matyas (20).
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