The Footy Lab | Coach CJ

Meet Coach CJ

The Footy Lab

Clay Ah Soon (CJ), works directly with Coach Micah at The Footy Lab.

Coach CJ played in goal at the collegiate level for Chaminade University’s Men’s Soccer Program. Since leaving college soccer, Coach CJ has gone on to coach in High School and currently works with developing players at all levels in Hawaii.

Coach CJ’s vast experience playing and coaching at the highest levels makes him an exciting addition to The Footy Lab. Be sure to enquire for any goalkeeper or outfield training.

Reach out for information about availability and rates.

The Footy Lab Reviews

Great Parent Communication

“Micah is great with the kids. He has so much patience and his impact on player confidence is recognizable almost immediately. His drills are engaging and he communicates well with parents…listening to the needs of the players. He is flexible and his enthusiasm to work with the kids is amazing!” – Ashley

Newfound Confidence

“Coach Micah is an amazing coach! […] She has made tremendous progress with her technical ball skills, striking and has developed a new found confidence on and off the field. Coach Micah is extremely encouraging, positive and enthusiastic as well as designs his training sessions to focus on problem areas identified by parent/player to maximize individual player growth and development.” – Brittany

More Than “Typical Drills”

“Micah has been really great, always tailoring the training to fit the player’s needs. We haven’t been to a session where our child is going through just any “drill”. Micah’s attention to detail give the utmost results to the player’s training session. Our player is making strides on the pitch.” -Jo

Elevated Level of Play

“I’m pleased that coach Micah was able to transition my daughter into a group that challenges her. The drills that coach Micah puts out makes the players think critically and builds on their foundation for superior ball control and skills. His training is designed to get players ready for a higher level of play which I can see when my daughter starts incorporating the moves/skills into everyday practice.” – Nichole