P90 President Oral Bullen played for the New Jersey Ironmen during the 2008-09 MISL season (Photo by Rich Graesle)
P90 Partners with Bloomfield Soccer Club
Planet90 Soccer officially announced on Tuesday that it will be hosting a slate of soccer training programs with the Bloomfield Soccer Club in New Jersey. Among the training scheduled between the two groups includes a Little Cleats Program, travel teams training and an Intown Soccer Program.
“I am extremely excited about the partnership with the Bloomfield Soccer Club in New Jersey,” said Oral Bullen, President of Planet90 Soccer. “Providing professional soccer training to the Bloomfield Soccer Club will help teams and players reach their maximum potential. In addition to the Little Cleats Program (ages 4-5), travel teams training and Intown Soccer Program, Planet90 will also provide a Full-Day Summer Soccer Camp Program in Bloomfield, which will be open to all ages.”
The Bloomfield Soccer Club has regularly found success on the pitch, and Bullen hopes that the alignment with Planet90 Soccer will only continue to grow its list of achievements.
“The Bloomfield Soccer Club crowned four MNJYSA Flight Champions this past fall season,” Bullen stated. “The club has provided a great program for the kids of Bloomfield for years. Planet90 Soccer will serve as an added ingredient to an already outstanding recipe.”
Planet90 Soccer will begin 2011 with the Little Cleats Program on Sunday, January 9th, 2011. Limited spots are available, and interested players can register by clicking here.
Planet90 Soccer President Oral Bullen has played professional soccer with the Los Angeles Galaxy (Major League Soccer, 2006), Portland Timbers (USL-1, 2006), Milwaukee Wave (Major Indoor Soccer League, 2006-2008) and the New Jersey Ironmen (MISL, 2008-2009). Additionally, he played college soccer at the Division 1 level when he suited up for the University of Massachusetts in Amherst from 2001-2005, serving as a captain for two seasons while also receiving All-Conference accolades. Before he played at UMASS, he attended Martin Luther King High School in New York City, where he was a member of three championship sides. He also performed the role of captain for two years in high school and was named the New York City Player of the Year in 2001.
For more information on Planet90 Soccer, visit www.planet90soccer.com.