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Meet Dean Wixon

Meet Dean Wixon, an extremely driven and motivated coach. Dean is an FA level 2 and FFA Youth C Licensed coach. He specializes in small groups and individual training sessions. He is currently working with players from an Elite background and current W-League stars. He is also the U19 team's Head coach and Assistant Senior Coach of Galaxy United FC where his main responsibility is to develop young talent for the senior team and ultimately help them progress to W-League. He has been associated with Charlton Athletic Women's development squad who plays in the Women's Premier League in England and also has been a coach of their U14 team. At Charlton Athletic he worked closely with the first team coach to develop players playing styles. He worked as a Reserve Team Head Coach of South Yarra Women's Soccer Club and as a Head coach of Ashburton United Soccer Club for almost 2️ years

 

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