Former professional soccer player Tony Capasso met Angel Spassov in 1998. He had heard stories about Angel's highly-regarded training programs during his time in collegiate and professional soccer, but never witnessed Angel's work first hand. When the two met in 1998 at The University of Texas, it became clear to both that their combined talents could help athletes in all sports -- especially soccer -- reach their maximum potential.
Tony was an All-American midfielder at Notre Dame where he was a four-year letterwinner for the Fighting Irish (1993-96). He led Notre Dame to three NCAA Tournament appearances (1993-94, 96) and served as team captain as a junior and senior. Tony also served as captain for the 1994 Canadian Under-20 National Team before earning a spot on the 1996 Canadian Senior National Team. He played professionally with the Milwaukee Rampage (1997) and the Montreal Impact A-League (1997-98) before returning to the collegiate ranks as a coach.
Tony developed the Street Touch Soccer System, a series of self-training exercises that incorporate rebounding surfaces to develop and enhance soccer skills. The system guides players through exercises with graduated pressure that allows them to develop their skills quickly and efficiently.