Todd was most recently the Goalkeeper Coach for the NY Red Bulls (MLS) during the 2011 and 2012 seasons. He was also the GK Coach for the 2011 MLS All-Stars when they played Manchester United at Red Bull Arena. During his tenure in New York, not only was he part of two MLS playoff seasons, but the team also won the Emirates Cup in London which included: Paris St. Germain, Boca Juniors and Arsenal.
He enjoyed an 8 year professional career after graduating from Division I powerhouse Hartwick College in 1994. He has been part of the US Soccer Region I ODP Staff and also PA ODP Staff. Most recently he played with the Charleston Battery of the A-League during the 2001 and 2002 seasons where he was a teammate with Terry Phelan. After being drafted by the Harrisburg Heat in the 1994 NPSL draft, he played for them for two seasons before moving on to the Cleveland Crunch and Philadelphia Kixx. Todd also played a season with the Albany (NY) Alleycats and three seasons with Reading Rage of the USL D3 League.
While playing, Todd was also coaching at the college level. In 1996 he was an assistant coach with Elizabethtown College before moving to the Division I level in 1998 with the St. Bonaventure University Womens program. Todd spent two years with the Bonnies and helped them achieve the schools first Atlantic 10 Tournament berth as well as breaking numerous other school records. In 1999 Todd became the goalkeeper coach for Oneonta State University and then moved on to be an assistant coach with the College of Charleston Womens program. In 2003 he served as the goalkeeper coach for the UPENNs Mens/Womens teams and was the Asst. Coach for Temple University from 2009-2011. Todd is the founder of ONE on ONE Soccer and this is going into his 20th year in the business.
Former player at Manchester United where he had over 100 appearances for the club! He is also considered to be one of the most exciting wingers in the clubs history due to his incredible skill and speed. Gordon also had stays at Millwall, Derby County and QPR. During his career he also was capped by the England National Team 6 times. Hill helped United reach the 1976 FA Cup Final, scoring both goals with typical long-range efforts in the semi-final at Hillsborough Stadium against Derby County. He was also part of the 1977 FA Cup champions.
Gordon is also very knowledgeable to the American game as he spent numerous years playing in the NASL and MISL for clubs like Chicago, Montreal, San Jose, New York, Kansas City and Tacoma. With all his accolades as a player, Gordon was also coaching the game as well. He had stints as manager in the Canadian Soccer League as well as with Chester City in the English League. For the past several years he has been the owner/operator of United FC which was based in Texas. Gordon still remains very connected and committed to the club where he made his name, Manchester United.
Matt Gwilliam – Head Coach Temple University