Our head coach for Singapore Sharks Football Club is Scott Murphy. Scott has been Head Coach at Singapore Sharks for two years. Having grown up in country Victoria, Scott has played, coached and captained across numerous clubs and leagues in Melbourne including Amatuers, the Southern Football League, East Gippsland Football League and the Western Region Football Leagues. Since joining the Sharks he has proudly represented them at Bali Masters and numerous competitions within Singapore. Scott brings a vast range of experience to the Singapore Sharks as he has been coaching and actively involved in football for many years. He has coached school teams and orchestrated numerous lightning premierships for school aged children across Melbourne.
Scott is an energetic, enthusiastic and passionate person. He enjoys spending time with his young family and getting out into the outdoors as much as possible.
Scott is also a well-respected teacher at the AIS, where he is Head of Year Five – Administration and Welfare. We look forward to him continuing to develop the Auskick program and Lightning Rounds during the seasons.
Assistant coach of the Singapore Sharks Football Club is Brad Winters. Brad grew up in Tasmania, playing senior football in both the State Wide and Southern competition. When settling in Melbourne he started his own sport coaching business, this included becoming the director of coaching at the East Brighton Vampires Football Club. This saw him oversee the entire club’s football program from Auskick to U16’s, assisting team coaches, running holiday programs, development squads and coaching the U11’s and 12’s division 1 football teams.
Brad brings a wealth of knowledge and experience having consistently been involved with coaching junior teams over the last 10 years.
Brad is a football fanatic who enjoys keeping fit and spending time with his young family.
He has been a teacher for 14 years, 2 at the Australian International School. We look forward to him taking over the reigns from Stevo and continuing to further develop the AusKick program and assisting Scott as necessary.
James is an active, enthusiastic and easy-going person. He enjoys surfing, running and socialising with his wife and friends. James is also a teacher assistant at AIS, where he works in Year One while studying to become a teacher.
Getting Involved- Coaching
Mum’s and Dad’s are welcome and encouraged to come and be a part of our coaching program. We will provide you with guidance, lessons and a uniform to support you and your child and share in a fun and valuable experience together.
If you’re interested in taking the step email Head Coach Scott Murphy