Nashville Kangaroos In America Providing Visa Assistance For Aussies Who Come Coach/Play In The US

nashvilleroos

Draftee
Dec 24, 2017
18
49
AFL Club
North Melbourne
The Nashville Kangaroos, who are loosely affiliated with North Melbourne, are looking for Australian football players and a coach for the 2018 season and beyond. The team can sponsor visas for players and/or a coach through its non-profit club status in the United States. The Kangaroos play games from April-October, with the season culminating in the national championships. Practices are twice per week.

There is no pay for either player or coach positions, but assistance with accommodations is provided. If you’ve played the sport since you were a little kid, you’d probably be one of the better players in the league. Most Americans do not pick up the sport until they are adults. We need some experienced Aussies to take us to the next level both in games and in practices.

Come fit right in to our social club as well. We already have several Australians on the team and a strong off-the-field bond together.

So, want to live in the United States and play or coach footy? Want to help our team win a National Championship?

Either post in this chain OR email info@nashvillekangaroos.org with:

Your Name

Your Email

Your Playing Coaching Experience
Your Availability Date To Move to the US

www.nashvillekangaroos.com
www.facebook.com/nashvillekangaroos
 

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SpiderBurton22

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AFL Club
North Melbourne
The Nashville Kangaroos, who are loosely affiliated with North Melbourne, are looking for Australian football players and a coach for the 2018 season and beyond. The team can sponsor visas for players and/or a coach through its non-profit club status in the United States. The Kangaroos play games from April-October, with the season culminating in the national championships. Practices are twice per week.

There is no pay for either player or coach positions, but assistance with accommodations is provided. If you’ve played the sport since you were a little kid, you’d probably be one of the better players in the league. Most Americans do not pick up the sport until they are adults. We need some experienced Aussies to take us to the next level both in games and in practices.

Come fit right in to our social club as well. We already have several Australians on the team and a strong off-the-field bond together.

So, want to live in the United States and play or coach footy? Want to help our team win a National Championship?

Either post in this chain OR email info@nashvillekangaroos.org with:

Your Name

Your Email

Your Playing Coaching Experience
Your Availability Date To Move to the US

www.nashvillekangaroos.com
www.facebook.com/nashvillekangaroos
I once finished 1327th in Supercoach.

Am I overqualified?
 

gokangas

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Jan 16, 2004
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I coached the London Hawks ressie's many years ago as a fill in. half time it was about 20.10 V 0.0.

Got a ball out at half time and had the guys pass it around, you know, get a feel for it.:rolleyes:
Reminds me of the Micky Nolan story. At training Barassi was giving one of his great speeches. he held a Sherrin aloft and shouted at the team - "this is a football'. Nolan chimed in - "hang on a sec coach, you're going too fast".
 

nashvilleroos

Draftee
Dec 24, 2017
18
49
AFL Club
North Melbourne
Define "loosely affiliated"
NM sends us gear every year and the AFL supports our league with financial contributions. Many of the AFL teams partner with a US team and we're the only Kangaroos in the country. When any of our players ever visit Australia, we're usually welcome to come by the North Melbourne training grounds for a tour.
 

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Whereitallbegan

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AFL Club
North Melbourne
The Nashville Kangaroos, who are loosely affiliated with North Melbourne, are looking for Australian football players and a coach for the 2018 season and beyond. The team can sponsor visas for players and/or a coach through its non-profit club status in the United States. The Kangaroos play games from April-October, with the season culminating in the national championships. Practices are twice per week.

There is no pay for either player or coach positions, but assistance with accommodations is provided. If you’ve played the sport since you were a little kid, you’d probably be one of the better players in the league. Most Americans do not pick up the sport until they are adults. We need some experienced Aussies to take us to the next level both in games and in practices.

Come fit right in to our social club as well. We already have several Australians on the team and a strong off-the-field bond together.

So, want to live in the United States and play or coach footy? Want to help our team win a National Championship
A great mate of mine, Grant White was the coach there for a few years, then spent quite a few years on the board, from all accounts they play hard on and off the ground, not unlike our team of the 90s it would seem
 

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