Dinho Buse Zwane

Founder / Head Trainer

He was born and bred in the dusty streets of Soweto, Johannesburg, South Africa. A very talented and brilliant young man. He started playing soccer in his hometown streets at 6 years old. Passionate, disciplined and in love with the game, Dinho advanced quickly, joining the Orlando Pirates Academy when he was 8 years old. As a premier youth player in his country, he was granted a scholarship to the United States, leading him to Trinity high school and Javanon Soccer Club. His talents and passion granted him a Division 1 full ride scholarship to Temple University.  After a successful college soccer career and a Criminal Justice Degree earned, Dinho took his passions back to where it all started: Louisville, Ky. He has been developing youth players ever since, already training hundreds of footballers. He is a well-rounded, educated man who sees soccer as his lifelong career. This gentleman’s heart lies with the game he loves, and he wants to share its beauty with as many people as he possibly can. Today, Dinho practically eats, breathes and lives soccer. He is now on a journey to support the future successes of our community while they achieve their goals as footballers, and as young men and women in whatever they pursue.

Bobby Buse


Was raised in Louisville, Ky and always had a ball at his feet from the time he could walk. He won state championships while Captain of his Club Team. He has played over-seas in England with a summer International Team and won the 3v3 World Championship in 2006. Complicated leg surgery slowed his career going into High School, but didn’t stop him from winning the KHSAA State Championship and becoming a senior captain while earning Student Athlete of the Year Award. Although eligible and recruited, he hung up his boots heading into college to pursue his career in medicine.
B.A. Biology 2018
MD 2024 University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
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Abdoul “Hakim” Bance

Assistant Director

Abdoul “Hakim” Bance, originally from a small country located in west Africa called Burkina Faso, has been playing soccer since the age of six. He rose quickly through the ranks of Asfa Yennenga who’s known as one of the best soccer clubs in Africa before moving to the U.S where he continued his soccer career at Lindsey Wilson college which is known for having the most prestigious soccer program in the NAIA division, earning 9 national titles. After completing his bachelor's degree in business administration, Hakim decided to go back to Louisville, Ky where he started coaching youth players. Hakim’s passion for soccer and developing the youth is unmatched and he plans to give it his all in helping the youth develop not only as soccer players but also as future young leaders and decision makers. Here’s a quote he lives by “A good coach can change a game but a great coach can change a life” - John Wooden

Maura Buse

Operations Manager

Maura was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky. She participated in a wide range of sports growing up but focused mostly on competitive cheerleading. Maura holds two super national championships with Power Cheer Allstars. Maura worked for All about kids teaching swimming lessons for 5 years. After she attended the University of Cincinnati where she obtained a degree in Special Education. Maura taught at Martha Layne Collins High School in Shelby County for 4 years as well as coached as the Head Cheerleading Coach for a year.

Lay Ocho

Trainer / Cheif Game Analyst

Lwandiso “Ace” Gonya


Lwandiso “Ace” Gonya was  born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa. Played for then professional academy side Santos FC u13 and u15. Went on to play for 1st division side Hanover Park (senior team) and lead them in goals for 2 consecutive seasons at the age of 16 and 17.Ace moved to the US in 2009 after being scouted by Lindsey Wilson college, where he played and won 2 national titles and a few individual awards. He then went on to play pdl soccer and competed in the Lamar Hunt US open cup in 2013.As a coach, Ace started with Spencer county u9 team in 2014, after that lone season, went on to coach for Derby City Rovers who he played for in the pdl, went on to coach most of their youth teams.In 2016, he became their pdl assistant coach for 2 years, then formally became their head pdl coach in 2018. Between all that, Ace has been coaching at Walden middle school where he started in 2016 and is presently also head coach at Ohio Elite – Kentucky/Elite FC

Aung Win


Name is Aung Win. I spent my childhood in a refugee camp in Thailand (Umpiem). In 2010, when I was around 9 years old, my family and I immigrated to the United States. I began playing soccer for the YMCA when I was in fourth grade. I started to love soccer after that. As a result, I continued to play soccer, playing four years of high school and three years of middle school. I have achieved some of the best individual awards while playing for schools. Athlete of the Month, Player of the Year, All-District, All-Regional, and State Honorable Mention are a few examples. I played club soccer in addition to school soccer. I began my career with the Louisville Soccer Alliance (LSA), switched to Derby City Rovers, and finished my senior season with Kentucky Fire Junior (KFJ). I kept playing soccer in college after finishing high school. I spent a year playing for Lindsey Wilson College. Following one year of college, I joined the semi-pro Med City FC team and helped them win a challenging conference. I currently work as a coach at Butler High School and Javanon FC. It has always been a goal of mine to assist young soccer players in reaching their full potential on the field and, more importantly, in terms of character.  “Nobody thought I would be a great coach” - Rick Majerus