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Binghamton University Head Soccer Coach at World Cup in Brazil

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Veteran Binghamton University Men’s Soccer Coach Paul Marco is working at the World Cup in Brazil.  Marco will be on hand working for the National Soccer Coaching Association of America (NCSAA).  He was selected to teach a World Cup Diploma course on site.  His course will be centered on match analysis.

Marco has been part of the NSCAA for over twenty years.  He will be at Monday’s United States versus Ghana match next Monday.  He is also scheduled to be at the Mexico versus Cameroon match this Friday and the Spain versus Chile match on Wednesday, June 18.

Marco has been men’s soccer coach at BU since 2002.  The Bearcats have captured two America East titles and have played in six championship games during that span.

This is the third World Cup Marco has attended.  He attended the 1994 World Cup played in the United States and the 2006 World Cup in 2006 in Germany.

Marco will appear live from Brazil this Monday morning at 8:10 on First News with Roger Neel.  He will outline his duties at the World Cup and talk about the U S A match vs Ghana coming up later that day.

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