New Revolution Head Coach

Scott Nicholas
Scott Nicholas

The United States Australian Football League is proud to introduce Scott Nicholas as the new head coach of the U.S. National Team the Revolution. The USAFL believes Nicholas an assistant coach with the Revolution in 2002 will use his considerable knowledge and passion about Australian football to continue the development of the U.S. team and its players in the international arena.

Nicholas currently is working with the USAFL to put together his coaching staff. An announcement of the full Revolution staff will be forthcoming within weeks. Denis Ryan, head coach of the 2002 Revolution, will continue to be a part of the coaching staff. He also temporarily will be Revolution Team Manager until that position is filled permanently.

Nicholas has been a driving force for the development of footballers in the United States. He has been involved with Australian football for many years and has been a part of a clubs on both U.S. coasts, making valuable contacts and improving his knowledge of the game. Most recently, he was influential as an assistant coach for the very successful 2002 Revolution campaign, which included a fifth-place finish at the International Cup in Melbourne, Australia.

The USAFL would like to thank the other highly talented applicants for the head coaching position and wish them well as they continue to contribute to the growth of Australian football in the United States. In addition, many thanks go to the selection panel, especially to three experts added to the panel: former USAFL Nationals MVP Cameron OBrien, former AFL employee and TAC coach Robert Oliver, and 2002 Revolution captain Jeff Purcell.

If you'd like to know more about the U.S. Revolution or new head coach Scott Nicholas, feel free to contact the USAFL by phone at (301) 668-4896, by e-mail at, or visit our Web site,


Andrea Caesar

Office Manager

- Andrea Caesar

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