Webisode IV - National Training Centre

Facebook - The MSA moving forward

Next week, myself and the MSA will be meeting to discuss ways to ramp up their social media presence even further by creating a solid Facebook page.

It is vitally important to all of us involved with the MSA to be able to communicate effectively with our members. Without this ability, we are powerless to try and improve the game in Manitoba.

New MSA president Christine O'Connor used Facebook effectively in her election campaign and has identified it as something for the organization to get involved with.

The goal is to create an advanced looking Facebook page that can be used as a means to provide our members with information on what we are doing as an organization. The page, like the blog, would be an extension of the website. It will feature news, video content and direct messages from MSA executives. The ultimate idea is to allow our members to feel more involved with the operations of the MSA so that they can help us come together to make soccer as strong as it can be here.

We are eager to here any feedback or ideas that can be provided about what should be featured on the page. Content? Design? Is it something good? Let us know!

Stay tuned for the page to be up sometime over the holidays. Also, check back on the blog tomorrow for a new webisode and all your latest MSA news.

MSA Annual Awards Banquet - Call for Nominations

The annual awards are a time to reflect on the past season and recognize those who have made an outstanding contribution to the sport of soccer in Manitoba. The awards are presented by Patrons of the MSA to players, coaches, referees and volunteers who have significantly contributed and excelled in soccer.

Below, are the nomination forms for players, referees and volunteers. If you know someone you think is deserving of an award, please nominate them. It is important to the MSA to reward those who are deserving of recognition.

Player Nomination Form

Referee Nomination Form

Volunteer Nomination Form