Director of Coaching
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Shayon Jalayer, head coach of the 2015 CSL Boys Under -16 Premier Champions, has now coached at every level spanning from the youth level all the way to the professional ranks.
From February 2009-2013 he was the Associate Head Coach of the Pali Blues of the W-League, where they won the W-League Championships, three times during his tenure. During this time he coached many of the current USWNT, such as Lauren Holiday (Cheney), Christen Press, Kelly O’Hara, and Whitney Engen.
Jalayer also coached at the Mens Professional level with the Los Angeles Blues of the USL-Pro League. While with the Blues, Jalayer had the privilege of having worked with players who had Liga Mex, MLS, and La Liga experience, as well as players who had represented their National Teams in World Cup qualifications. He led the team to back to back playoff appearances, a feat much more impressive as they were the only team competing from the west coast, forcing the team to a travel schedule that since hasn’t been repeated.
At the collegiate level, he has coached the Mens programs at the University of La Verne and California Baptist University. During his tenure at CBU, he led the team to its highest conference finish at the time, as well the programs third time to hit 10 wins in a season. He has also been an assistant to the Womens program at the former Riverside City College, Norco.
As a player, Jalayer holds the distinction as the youngest player to sign professionally in the defunct American Soccer League, at the age of 17, with the Washington (DC) Stars and playing alongside US soccer icons, Bruce Murray, John Kerr Jr. and Sonny Askew. He received mentoring from a ‘who’s who of US Soccer coaches’ playing for coaches such as George Lidster, Pete Caringi, and the late John Kerr Sr. and Gordon Bradley. Jalayer was also part of the US player pools and in 1990 received a bronze medal at the US Olympic Festival. He also was part of the US Futsal team which competed at the 1994 World Futsal Championships, in Argentina. At the collegiate level Jalayer spent two years at NAIA soccer powerhouse, Azusa Pacific University, where he was both an NAIA and NSCAA All-America, team captain and voted MVP by his coaches and teammates.
Coming in as a substitute in my first pro season against New Jersey and sharing the same field as New York Cosmos and Iran World Cup legend, Andranik Eskandarian.
‘Man doesn’t trip over mountains, but stones. Pay attention to detail; for its the little things in life that demand our attention most’ Chinese Proverb
‘Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.’ George Santayana
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BYSC Corona United is the City of Corona's #1 Soccer Club. BYSC Corona United is dedicated to both the recreational and competitive player, having specific programs for both types. Both programs are dedicated to the development of the American soccer player and is in line with the US Soccer Federation’s standards and mandates based on age and level of play.