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Over the years we have been inundated with positive comments and thanks for the service and guidance we provide. Please find below just a small selection that we would like to share with you.

Matt Lodge (University of Kentucky - NCAA DI)

Matt Lodge (#6)I had a few scholarship agencies in mind to sign with, but I had only heard great things about PASS4Soccer and after researching them it seemed like a great deal and opportunity. After applying I had fast responses from Dan and Barry, and they were more than happy to help via email and on the phone, their skills to deal with me on a personal level made me feel at ease they were very up front with what they had to offer and very thorough when going over the NCAA rules.
I attended the showcase with my dad in December 2008. The facilities were fantastic and we were fed well. I was very impressed with the coaching, I was fortunate enough to be placed on Phil’s team and he was great, each player got more than enough playing time. The amount of college coaches there really showed how big PASS4Soccer was growing and just showed the success they had been having by sending quality players over there really attracted some big schools as well as smaller schools. I enjoyed the try outs so much that I decided to go on the US tour in March regardless of already signing for University of Kentucky. The tour provided me with an in depth look at how the college programs are organised, we had a tour of UNC Charlotte which is an amazing school. The tour was one of the best experiences of my life and I met some great people who I still keep in contact with.
Signing with PASS4 and deciding to pursue a college degree and playing career in USA has opened up all sorts of contacts and networking. After my senior year I have a chance to play professionally and also have the possibility of finishing my college degree and that should not be overlooked. Getting a college degree is a great achievement and such a big step in life it opens up all sorts of doors.
I owe everything to PASS4Soccer and they still keep in touch and updated with my career, Dan Gray often writes to see how things are and he is a great guy that looks out for the best interests of the players. Nothing but great things to say about PASS4Soccer, it is brilliant organization and a great team. Thanks for everything.

Angela Goffe (Mother of Hannah and Lucy Goffe, East Tennessee State University - NCAA DI)

Lucy GoffeHannah GoffeI just wanted to say thank you to PASS4Soccer for assisting my daughters Hannah and Lucy Goffe achieve their dream.
They are graduating in May with honours degrees they have both achieved at LEAST a 3.96/7 althought they haven't got their final grades yet. They have been awarded other academic honours over the years and recently and Lucy has also got a minor in Spanish. Hannah has worked for the last 3 years on campus in the leisure centre and was made supervisor after a few months.
They have had an amazing 4 years, they got championship rings in their second year have had numerous awards individually and as a team and they both played semi-professional soccer last summer for the Virginia Beach Piranhas.

Jackie Southam (Mother of Adam Sewell, High Point University - NCAA DI)

Adam SewellWhen Adam first told me about being “spotted” at the college national final game in Doncaster, back in 2008, I was to say the least a little sceptical. He told me he had been given an opportunity of a scholarship to go to University in America and play football!
Any doubts I may have had quickly turned to excitement and anticipation however when we had our first meeting with Barry Poole.  He explained about the PASS4Soccer programme, and the options that would be available to Adam.
From the start it was obvious that PASS4Soccer were a professional organisation that only had the best interest of their players at heart. They were clear in their explanations of the process Adam would go through, what his commitment would be, what expense would be involved and what percentage of scholarship we might expect Adam to be awarded.
Through their intervention, Adam was offered several choices of University and after due consideration opted for High Point University in North Carolina, where he was awarded a full scholarship. High Point has recently been described as ‘the most unbelievable university in the USA’. The place was (and is) incredible, and Adam lived the dream there for four years playing for The Panthers in NCAA Division I, the highest level in College sports. He got to play against some of the best players and schools in the country. Adam graduated in 2014.
PASS4Soccer gave Adam the opportunity of a lifetime, and neither he nor I can properly express the gratitude we feel towards them.

Haydn and Sharon Wood (Parents of Finlay (San Jose State University - NCAA DI & Spencer - Tiffin University - NCAA DII)

SpencerandFinlayWoodWe would like to thank all the staff at PASS4Soccer on behalf of Spencer and Finlay Wood for whom you facilitated soccer scholarships.
We experienced the process on two separate occasions, albeit two years apart, and would like to thank you for your fantastic support and advice given to both of our sons. The level of dedication and professionalism of the PASS4 team has been exceptional.
In particular we would like to thank Daniel Gray for going ‘above and beyond the call of duty’. His availability, depth of knowledge, experience and support has been available 24/7 and we can’t thank him enough.
We highly recommend any player considering a scholarship in the USA to use PASS4Soccer. Rest assured that the support and advice is unwavering and it continues right through the 4 years of the whole adventure.
Many thanks,
Haydn & Sharon Wood

Richard Styles (Father of David Styles, Hartwick College - NCAA DI)

David Styles

Overall the PASS4Soccer process is clear and well structured; it definitely adds value in navigating through the whole end to end process rather than trying to do it yourself. 
PASS4 were very helpful in getting me to college today. I would ring PASS4Soccer once a week to have a talk about everything and they would always be available should I have had problems with anything regarding the NCAA and the Visa situation.

Perry Goldsbury (University of Texas at Brownsville - NAIA)

PASS4Soccer have helped me immensely in my successful transition to America. Not only did they work hard in providing me with a number of different colleges to initially attend but one year later when I was required to move colleges they once again worked tirelessly on my behalf. Their knowledge of top quality programs and coaches has enabled me to attend 2 colleges that have been thoroughly enjoyable for me. The assistance I received on moving to my second school was excellent and I was delighted to know they are a company and group of people that will be with me for my whole 4 year America experience. Furthermore, I have been impressed throughout my time with PASS4Soccer with their knowledge of the US system and they worked very efficiently in making sure I was fully prepared for playing and studying America. All in all I could not have asked for more from PASS4Soccer and I owe a lot of my success in America down to their hard work, I wish them all the best in the future and hope a number of fellow players such as me can benefit from their work.

Jacqui Brennan (Mother of Biko Brennan, UNC Charlotte - NCAA DI)

Biko BrennanPASS4Soccer were invaluable with all the advice and support we received during a very complicated process in trying to get the best scholarship for our son. The team were always available, helpful and supportive during a very stressful time. At the end of the process we were left with many options from various different universities but our son is at a place where he has developed as a player already and they have had an amazing season. Without PASS4Soccer the process would have been so much more daunting with lots of pitfalls so I am very thankful and appreciate their support throughout.

Carrie Marshall (Mother of Dominic Marshall, Fairfield University - NCAA DI)

Dominic MarshallI would like to thank you all for the help, support and encouragement you have given us, (and continue to give) to enable Dominic to find a scholarship in the United States. PASS4Soccer are the best people to help you through the process in our opinion.  Without them I’m not sure what Dominic would be doing now.

Wayne Farmer (Oral Roberts University - NCAA DI)

Wayne FarmerI would like to thank you [Dan], Barry and your company for the help you served me with in getting me to the USA. Really feel this was the right choice for me as a player and as a student. Feel I’ve settled in well and beginning to adjust to the way in which we play.
I've had friends asking about information regarding America and I’ve told them all that I recommend using PASS4, have also mentioned your name to three or four scholars that are still at Pro clubs now.

Tony and Diane Woods (Parents of Nathan Woods, SUNY Buffalo - NCAA DI and Sophie Woods, Indian Hills - NJCAA)

Nathan WoodsSophie WoodsWe are so confident about PASS4Soccer's knowledge, skills and contacts they have. Above all else the quality of service PASS4Soccer gives is like having your own personal advisor on speed dial!
I trust PASS4Soccer with my children's futures, whole heartedly and think of them as extended family. Four years on we are being supported by PASS4Soccer with getting my daughter to America. PASS4Soccer has changed my sons life for the better and we hope it does the same for our daughter Sophie.

Richard Sho-Silva (West Virginia Wesleyan College - NCAA DII)

Richard Sho-SilvaAs I come into my final year now, I can't thank you guys enough for everything you've done to help me achieve this wonderful opportunity. I wouldn't be in this position if it wasn't for you guys. Providing me the chance to continue playing the game I love and being able to study at the same time. I've only gotten better in both athletics and sports too.

Mark Urquhart (Father of Tom Urquhart, Seton Hill University - NCAA DII)

Just to say a massive thank you for your help in securing Tom a soccer scholarship at Seton Hill University in the USA, your expertise was invaluable. Tom's been at Seton Hill for 3 weeks now & has settled in superbly and absolutely loving the whole experience. From the first day of training, when I think he surprised everyone with his fitness, he says he has learnt a lot on the soccer field. He has started the first 3 games for Seton Hill in Centre-midfield and last Saturday we were able to watch their first win, (2-1), live against West Virginia Wesleyan on the internet. Tom had a chat to 2 of his PASS4Soccer opponents, Paul Smith and Josh Spencer.
I must also say you have set Tom up with a top class coach in Coach McCarty; Tom speaks very highly of him. Let’s hope the next 4 years go the same way.

Eileen Robinson (Mother of Harry Robinson, Ashford University - NAIA)

Thank you for your advice and guidance this year.  Harry and I both said we had no idea that post placement into a US college, PASS4 would offer such support.  So thanks once again.

Pete Fraser (Father of Kyle Fraser, Quincy University - NCAA DII)

KyleFraserYou guys did such a great job matching Kyle up with Quincy & their coach Mike Carpenter. Kyle is so happy, what a lovely friendly place and the soccer facilities are far in excess of what Kyle was expecting.

Hugh Curteis (Father of Francesca Curteis, Nicholls State University - NCAA DI)

I would like to thank you for all the support you gave us in securing a full scholarship for Francesca at Nicholls State University, Louisiana.
We started the process with you about three years ago and over this period I have nothing but praise for you and your staff. You videoed several matches, she attended two December Showcases and you put together a very professional profile for her. I lost count of the number of colleges who contacted us but it would be somewhere in the twenties.
Francesca had several Skype calls with American coaches before making her decision.
She's now out there training with her team for the coming season and feels very comfortable with the soccer set up, her colleagues and the university facilities in general.
I can't thank PASS4Soccer enough for your efforts and continuing support.


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