MEET YOUR FOOTBALL HEAD COACHES!
9U Coach Mike Homsy
My name is Mike Homsy and this upcoming season will be my seventh year coaching in Nashua PAL. I spent my first four years coaching on my oldest son’s team up until the sixth grade and for the last two season I was the Defensive Coordinator on the 8U & 9U teams with my middle son. This year will be my first year as a Head Coach and I am excited for the opportunity to not only teaches your children the game of football but also the lifelong lessons that they will learn from this staff by being a member of this football team. I look forward to a fun filled, great season ahead. See you on the field!
10U Coach Mo Sisay
Momodou, "Coach Mo" Sisay Jr. is a Nashua Youth Football Alum, playing for the Nashua Elks Crusaders in the early 90's. Since that time, Coach Mo has played and coached in the high school, collegiate and semi professional ranks. Coach Mo hopes to bring great enthusiasm to 9u, while emphasizing safety, team building and leadership development with the participants. Coach Mo has 3 sons that play for PAL Force and is a third year supporter of the league.
13U Coach Scott Flynn
Coach Scott Flynn grew up playing football in both Chelmsford Pop Warner and played his high school years for the Tyngsborough Tigers. Football being one of his favorite sports he decided to join the Nashua Pal Force family four years ago. For many of his players it will be a welcome back and for others it will be a welcome aboard, either way Coach Flynn considers these players and parents a TEAM, always! Coach Flynn believes in building character both on and off the field, which includes coaching with professionalism, integrity, compassion and commitment. Each player is an individual with unique qualities and abilities which Coach Flynn works diligently to bring to the forefront so they learn to believe in themselves as well rely on each other. He leads these student athletes with passion and works just as hard as they do to ensure they grow to be strong community members as well as strong students, leaders, and role models.