Position : Pro-SK Coach
Other : EPL Referee

Mark Halsey is a former English Premier League and FIFA referee who made his EPL refereeing debut in 1999 and went on to established himself as one of the Premier Leagues top officials through to 2013.

Halsey’s first major FIFA appointment came in 2004 when he refereed a friendly match between Belgium and France in Brussels. In August 2007 Halsey took charge of the FA Community Shield match between Manchester United and Chelsea at Wembley Stadium. In 2008 Mark was appointed to referee the League Cup final between Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea. Mark is a qualified UEFA coach.

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Will Jääskeläinen is a Finnish U21 International goalkeeper who came through the Academy ranks at Premiership side Bolton Wanderers before securing a permanent deal with Crewe Alexander in 2017. Jääskeläinen is a product of the Pro-SK soccer coaching programme having been coached by Fred Barber from the age of 9 years through to senior level.
    Paul Green is a Republic of Ireland international centre midfielder, making 22 appearances for his country. He made his debut for Ireland in May 2010 against Spain in the Euro 2010 tournament. Green has made over 570 league appearances in English football, most coming at Doncaster Rovers where he started his career. Paul then went…
      Fred Barber, CEO & Director of Football at Pro-SK is a former English professional footballer. Fred made over 400 league appearances for various clubs including Birmingham, Walsall, Everton, Peterborough and Ipswich town before pursuing a career in coaching. Barber is highly regarded as one of the UK's leading authorities on soccer player development and has…