Hailing from Vitoria, Brazil, Michel Garbini's soccer odyssey traverses continents, leaving an indelible mark across Brazil, Europe, and the USA. His journey includes representing Brazil U23 and prominent clubs such as Atletico Mineiro, Standard Liege, Aris FC, and FC Dallas, where his versatility shone as a midfielder. Particularly noteworthy are his three seasons at FC Dallas (2013-2016), where he played a pivotal role, featuring in 74 matches, netting 12 goals, and delivering 17 assists from his role as a defensive midfielder. Michel's impact extended to the NASL with Rayo OKC and Miami FC, before embracing the challenges of MASL with the Dallas Sidekicks.
Originating from Dallas, Texas, Alex Molano's soccer journey traverses the globe. Beginning with FC Dallas Academy and expanding to include Estudiantes de la Plata in Argentina, USA National Teams U17 and U20, Dinamo Zagreb in Croatia, Bodens BK in Sweden, Sporting KC, North Carolina FC, and Colorado Switchbacks in the USL. Relocating to Croatia at a tender age of 17, Alex Molano honed skills with Dinamo Zagreb for 2 and a half years. A brief spell at Bodens BK lead to a triumphant return to the USA, where Alex Molano contributed to Sporting KC 2's USL journey and played pivotal roles in North Carolina FC's NASL chapter and Colorado Switchbacks' USL Championship endeavors.
Born and bred in Dallas, Texas, Kristian Quintana's soccer journey has unfolded with distinction. Having graced the fields of Richland College and Texas A&M University, he transitioned to professional ranks, making notable contributions to Chivas USA 2, Fort Lauderdale 2, and the Dallas Sidekicks in MASL, leaving an indelible mark on the soccer landscape.
Hailing from Glasgow, Scotland, Ivan Muanze-Bengono has etched his name across both coaching and playing dimensions. As a coach, he has imparted his expertise at Footy Factory and, more recently, at 360 PDP. In the realm of play, Ivan's prowess shines at FORO SC in the UPSL Premiere Division since 2022. His collegiate years at Lubbock Christian University (2017-2022) were adorned with accolades including two-time Lone-Star Conference Defensive Player of the Year, All-Lone Star Conference First Team honoree, and positions on multiple esteemed regional teams.
Nigel Katawa's soccer odyssey began in 2000, marked by his representation in Zimbabwe's under 13 and under 14 national teams. His career blossomed with back-to-back Harare Province junior league championships in 2015 and 2016, accentuated by the 2017 Hammer and Tongues top goal scorer award. In 2019, he left an imprint at Dynamos FC with 33 games, 5 goals, and 8 assists, while also representing Zimbabwe's under 21 national team. The international arena beckoned as Nigel joined Liwa FC in the United Arab Emirates in 2020, amassing 7 goals and 16 assists.