As the Western Nevada Coyotes FC traveled to their away match that was played in Visalia, California the team was faced with adversity. While having a team lunch in Stockton, California, one of the team’s travel vans were broken into with player and team’s equipment stolen. The range goes from brand new kits that had never been worn to player’s beats headphones. The total outcome from this is $4,000 worth stolen with no help from the Stockton police.
In response to this, the Nevada Coyotes have set out to taking what was meant for evil and doing some good! The team will be running at 3-hour Camp that will be instructed by Coaches and Players of Western Nevada Coyotes FC, the #1 ranked UPSL Pro Development Team in the Country! The camp will be held June 17th that will be working with At-Risk school aged players to “Build the Future” Coyote Soccer Camp. Community partners are fully engaged in this to help select young people that could greatly benefit from this.
Mitchell Brickman, a strong center back for the Coyotes was one of the victims of this tragedy that lost a ton. Here is what Brickman had to say about the incident, “This is a major setback to myself and the club. The club and myself is showing tons of resilience to turn this incident into a positive. I believe this is what our organization is all about. I just personally ask and for all the others unfortunately involved in this incident for help, and in return we promise we will turn this around for the better of all society.”
No donation is too little and you can help send an at risk school kid to a camp ran by the Coaching staff and Players. Just follow this direct link to donate today https://squareup.com/store/western-nevada-fc. The club greatly appreciates all the support thus far as we turn something thatwas meant for evil and into doing some good!