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Emmanuel Nfor named middle school soccer program director

Congratulations to Emmanuel Nfor! He will be KCD's newest Head Middle School Soccer Program Director. We are thrilled to have him in this role.
Emmanuel “Eman” Nfor was born and raised in Cameroon, Africa before moving to the U.S.A with his immediate family when he was 12. He has played soccer his whole life and continued in Frankfort, Kentucky once his family arrived in the United States. 

After playing at Western Hills High School, he attended and played collegiate soccer at Campbellsville University. Emmanel then returned to Frankfort where he would start his soccer coaching career.

He worked as a head coach at Frankfort Fury Soccer Club as well as Bondurant Middle School. Soon after, Emmanuel took over as the head coach of his old high school Western Hills for three years, after two years being the JV coach. 

Emmanuel now resides in Louisville where he currently coaches club and school soccer. He coaches youth teams of all ages along with being the General Manager and Director of Coaching for one the city’s and state’s most historic and successful youth soccer clubs, United 1996 FC.

He also works with Kentucky's Olympic Development Program, is a private trainer with Skillability Soccer Training, was the former head girls soccer coach for Eastern High School, and was KCD's boys varsity soccer assistant coach the past two years.

His ultimate goal is to become a collegiate soccer coach and to make a positive impact in the lives of the people and players he comes across and works with.
    • Coach Emmanuel “Eman” Nfor

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Kentucky Country Day School is a private JK–12, coeducational school located on a spacious 80+ acre campus in Louisville, KY. KCD combines a rigorous academic program with a wide variety of athletic and extracurricular programs. Our outstanding faculty creates an intimate learning environment that is both challenging and supportive.