Huracan FC

Success Stories

Under the coaching of Javier Robalino, the following players were able to take their soccer professional careers to the next level of professional soccer.  With hard work and a willingness to do whatever it takes - you may find yourself in this list next!

Tobi Jnohope

Joined Huracan FC to play in the UPSL 2018 fall season, on January 31, 2019 signed his first professional contract with Mosta FC in Malta’s Premier league.

Tobi back in town on April, 2019 joined again Huracan FC for training and was called by Dominica U23 National Team in May to play qualifying Olympic Games. On his day debut on July 17 playing against Jamaica at their home field, scores the opening goal, game ended 1-1.

 

Birahim Diop

March 2000 is scouted by coach Robalino to join the NY/NJ MetroStars reserve team. 2001 is promoted to the first team and played for two season. 2003 played for Deportivo Pereira in Colombia, 2006-2008 CS Tiligul-Tiras Tiraspol in Moldova.

2008-09 joins The Clearwater International FC under coach Robalino to win Florida State Cup, Florida National Championship, USASA men’s open Division, and qualified and played first round Lamar Hunt Cup. 

Coach Robalino sent Birahim at the end of 2009 for trials with Kansas City of the MLS and signs his second MLS professional contract.

 

 

 

 

Rodrigo Farias

March 2000 is scouted by coach Robalino to join the NY/NJ Metrostars reserve team. 2001 signs for the first team ending the season as MLS rookie of the year. 2003 is traded to Chicago fire, at the middle of the season is traded to San Jose Earthquakes where he wins the MLS cup.

 

 

 

Martin Klinger

2000 joins NY/NJ Metrostars Reserve team under coach Robalino. In 2001 is promoted to the first team and signs his first professional contract for two seasons. 2003 is transferred to USL team Altanta FC. In 2007 to 2010 joins the Clearwater International FC under coach Robalino as a Premier Player and youth and O40 coach.

 

 

 

Fausto Klinger

2000 joins NY/NJ Metrostars Reserve team to sign in 2001 his second professional contract, at the end of the season is loaned to Long Island Rough Riders in the USL until 2003.

From 2003-06 played in Ecuador’s first division, Salvadorian first division, Costa Rica second division to rejoin in 2006 the Long Island Rough Riders where he finished his career.

 

 

Harry Triana

Joined NY/NJ Metrostars reserve team in 2000. 2001 signs his professional contract with the first team to play the prestigious International tournament, Copa Merconorte. In 2002 is traded to several USL teams which in 2005 finishes his professional career with the Brooklyn Knights.

Andres Gomes, Alan Villegas, and Alex Dixon where also scouted by coach Robalino to join in 2000 the NY/NJ Metrostars Reserve Team, they also signed their first professional contract in 2001 with the first team.