RSC Lightning Welcomes Two New Faces to Their Team

James Renton

James Renton
Photo courtesy of RSC

The Rochester Soccer Club (RSC) is excited to announce the addition of two new positions in their organization. According to the press release, the growth in all areas of the club, the addition of the new field complex, and a continued emphasis on improving all of their programs, this new RSC leadership team was formed. Jeff Shuk will continue in his role as RSC Director of Coaching.

The two new positions — RSC Technical Director – U7 – U13 and Business Manager & RSC Technical Director – U14 – U18 — were filled by James Renton and Goran Kljaic, two members of the current RSC Lightning staff.

Goran Kljaic Photo courtesy of RSC

Goran Kljaic
Photo courtesy of RSC

Simon Dover, RSC President said, “We are excited to add Goran and James into the operations of the club. In Goran’s new role he will impact all aspects of the club.  Goran and James will both add tremendous value on the Lightning side in their roles as Technical Director’s.”

Jeff Shuk, RSC Director of Coaching, added “With the addition of James and Goran’s new roles, we will have the ability to make a greater impact on our programs at every level. The RSC Lightning Coaches and I are looking forward to working with James and Goran to continue to provide an uncompromised training and playing experience for every RSC Lightning player.”

Goran and James will officially begin in their new roles at the 2015/2016 RSC Lightning Tryouts being held June 13th and June 14th at Borden Park. In addition to their new roles, they will continue as RSC Lightning Coaches. The Rochester Soccer Club was founded in 1978 and is Michigan’s largest full service soccer club and a true non-profit organization, which allows us to fulfill our goal of providing an uncompromised playing experience and the best place to play, develop and compete in soccer at every level. For further information, please visit the RSC website at

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