Patrick Julu

Fonati Football Academy Director of Football Operations

International Social Worker(Master of Social Work, MSW) and Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner.

Rapid, structural and sustainable football’s talents development are my life- long passion. While creating a life-changing environment and providing opportunities for young people through football and is my calling.

My gratification is firmly rooted in the empowerment of young sports men to live and achieve their full God-given potentials. I know, no one person or approach can help to achieve Fonati’s goals, but with the ambitious team of technocrats at Fonati, thing that I envisioned is success in the process of impacting the lives of the kids at our ( Fanati’s program.

Patrick served as second in charged of the Liberian National Team remaining games of the 2004 African Cup of Nation involving Guinea and Niger both in Accra and Niamy Niger. He also served as the second man of the technical team during the 2004 Olympics Qualifiers against Ghana U23 both in Abuasi and Accra respectively. Patrick won the 2007 Liberia’s Football Association Championship with Invincible Eleven ( IE) and qualified Africa as deputy coach. Patrick as an evaluator of the United States’ Olympics Development Program(ODP) with the New Jersey Chapter while also serving as Head Coach of Trenton Catholic Academy Men’s team. While in Liberia in 2021, Patrick partnered with the Liberia’s U15 male national team technical staff as players’s evaluator during the U15 selection process.

Patrick educational background includes an Associate Degree in Social Services from Mercer Community College in West Windsor New Jersey USA. A Bachelor Degree in Social Work with Emphasis on Family and Children from the State own University of New Jersey USA. I also obtained a Master Degree in International Social Work from Monmoth University in New Jersey USA. A certificate in Functional Human Behavior Assessment from Carson Valley’s Children Aid/ Behavioral Health in Pennsylvania. USA.