Organizational Announcement


Current Nashua World Cup (“NWC”) Director of Coaching Bruno Victal has completed his first, very successful season as the Head Men’s Soccer Coach at St. Anselm College. Although Bruno has graciously agreed to continue to devote as much time as possible to NWC, Bruno’s success at St. Anselm prompted the Club to begin looking for his replacement. The Club is now pleased to announce that it has identified and retained a new leadership team that has extensive experience not only with New Hampshire youth soccer, but with NWC in particular.

Patrick Mulcahy will serve as the Club’s Director of Coaching. Patrick has been an important part of NWC for over 10 years. He has coached with enormous success on both the boys and girls sides of the Club, winning 5 State Championships (2 boys and 3 girls). Additionally, Patrick has played a major role with the NWC Academy and Micro programs. Outside of NWC, Patrick owns In The Net Sports Academy which has been a staple in the local sports community for over 10 years. He is also the Head Girls Varsity Soccer Coach at Bishop Guertin High School and the founder/executive director of the Granite State Games. As the Director of Coaching for NWC, Patrick’s primary role will be working directly with the Club’s coaches to continue providing all NWC players with the best player development possible. Patrick can be reached at

Dan Wyborney will serve as the Club’s Director of Operations. Dan has been involved with NWC for over 15 years, in many different roles. He previously served as the Club’s Director of Coaching and helped grow the Club from 7 teams to 50 teams. Dan also brought in many of the Club’s current staff. As a local high school and travel coach, Dan has had a lot of success with his groups, developing players at all levels. In his new role at NWC, Dan will continue working to support the Club and its players. Dan can be reached at

Ryan Gwinnell will remain in his current role as the Club’s Academy Director. Ryan’s qualities as an on-field trainer are exceptional. He has extensive experience in the game, and with the development of youth soccer players. Ryan has also enjoyed tremendous success on both the boys and girls sides of the Club, winning numerous league titles and tournaments. As NWC’s Academy Director, Ryan’s primary role will be working with players at the grassroots level, providing direction and a high level of development to NWC’s youngest players. Ryan can be reached at

Finally, Jamie Modelski will continue in her role as Club Administrator. Jamie has served in this critical role for the last 13 years. Jamie is a proud mother of four. All of her children have played for NWC, and three have gone on to play soccer at the collegiate level. Jamie looks forward to working with the new leadership team to continue growing the Club that she helped build. Jamie can be reached at