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New York Combine Participant Anthony Herbert Signs in Finland Premier League

By admin, 02/02/22, 6:45AM PST


New York Combine Participant Anthony Herbert Signs in Finland Premier League

PSC is proud to announce that Anthony Herbert has signed in the Finnish Premier League with FC Haka following his standout performances at our New York tryout.


PSC’s New York tryout was the first time Anthony showcased in front of PSC Agency Staff and attending professional coaches and he has been rewarded with a European top-tier contract. FC Haka is one of the most successful clubs in Finland with 9 Premier League titles and 12 Finnish Cup wins.


In attendance at the event was former New York Red Bulls MVP, Joel Lindpere, who has been attending PSC events for the past 3 years, signing multiple players in that time for Tallina Kallev in the Estonian First Division.

On this occasion, he recommended the standout central defender to former EPL player, Teemu Tainio, who is the current Head Coach at FC Haka. Following a week's trial with the club, the 23-year-old center-back was offered to sign professionally with the club.


The St. Johns University graduate has linked up with the club in Finland ahead of his debut professional season this year. PSC Agency Staff, Conor Ward, commented “It’s great to see when players with good backgrounds are willing to come and showcase directly to our attending coaches and staff. Some players graduate from college and expect a contract to come looking for them but that is rarely how it works, you have to put yourself out there get in front of the decision-makers, and prove yourself. Anthony has done just that and has been rewarded with a European Premier League contract. Hopefully, this is the first step for him in a successful career”


All here at PSC wish Anthony the best and are excited to see what this season, and the future, will bring for him.


Think you are capable of playing professionally in Europe? Attend one of PSC’s upcoming pro soccer tryouts where you can prove yourself directly in front of the attending coaches just like Anthony did….