Assistant Coaches

 
Freddy Juarez

The Real Monarchs first head coach, Juarez joined the staff of Real Salt Lake as an assistant coach on December 6, 2016. Born in Las Cruces, New Mexico he began his playing career with the El Paso Patriots from 1998 to 2003 appearing 133 times while scoring 3 goals. In 2004 he moved to the Minnesota Thunder, appearing 89 times from 2004 to 2007 while scoring 3 goals.

Juarez is a familiar face within the organization by first directing the Real Salt Lake Academy in Casa Grande, Arizona, prior to being named the head coach of the Monarchs. As head coach of the Monarchs he guided a total of 60 games, narrowly missing the USL playoffs in 2016 all while developing several young RSL players on the competitive USL stage.

Freddy Juarez
Tyrone Marshall

Marshall joins Real Salt Lake's staff in 2015 after 15 years in Major League Soccer as a player for five different clubs from 1998-2012. During his career he won MLS Cup twice, Supporters’ Shield twice and the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup three times. He ranks 10th on the league’s all-time list for games played, logging 337 career appearances with the Colorado Rapids (1998, 2011-12), Miami Fusion (1998-2001), LA Galaxy (2002-07), Toronto FC (2007-08) and Seattle Sounders FC (2009-2010).

In addition to his lengthy professional career, Marshall was also a fixture with the Jamaican National Team from 2000-2010, captaining the team in stretches on his way to 83 career caps.

Since retiring following the 2012 season, Marshall has worked extensively with youth soccer development in Lexington, Kentucky, and coached in the Premier Development League with the Derby City Rovers in 2014, serving as Head Coach and Technical Director.

Todd Hoffard

Hoffard previously spent two seasons as the goalkeeping coach for the New York Red Bulls (MLS), including an assignment with the 2011 MLS All-Stars when they played Manchester United at Red Bull Arena. Most recently, he served as Head Coach of the Lebanon Valley College’s women’s soccer program, winning 26 games and twice advancing to the semifinal round of the MAC Commonwealth Championship Tournament in his two years at the helm. His coaching career has included stints with the U.S. Women’s U-20 and U-14 teams, the Pennsylvania Roar (MISL) and Harrisburg City Islanders (USL II), as well as collegiately with St. Bonaventure, College of Charleston, Penn and Temple. His playing career saw him play indoor and outdoor soccer with the Harrisburg Heat, Albany Alleycats, Philadelphia Kixx, and Cleveland Crunch before retiring in 2002 after two years with the Charleston Battery of the A-League. Hoffard holds a United States Soccer Federation "B" coaching license.

Todd Hoffard