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Brett Mosen Wikipedia
Brett Mosen is an English football coach currently coaching for the Toronto Lynx of the USL Premier Development League.
Mosen started his professional coaching in 1995 as Head Coach of the Nashville Metros in the United Soccer Leagues A League, leading the Metros to a 3rd-place finish in the Eastern Division and a place in the Divisional semi-finals. He was appointed Head Coach of the Lincoln Brigade in 1997 in the USL Premier Development League, winning the Division title but losing in the Play Off first round to Des Moines Menace. In 1998, he led the Southwest Florida Manatees to the division semifinals. In 1999, Mosen was appointed assistant coach to the A League club Hampton Road Mariners.
In 2000 Mosen returned for a second stint to Nashville and was appointed Head Coach of the Nashville Metros where in 2001 he clinched a postseason berth for the club by finishing fourth in the central division. The following year he signed a contract with the Atlanta Silverbacks, where the team finished 3rd in the Southeast Division but losing in the 1st round of the Play Offs. The team also advanced to the 3rd round of the US Open Cup and won the Southern Derby Cup, a fan-based cup competition between United Soccer Leagues teams based in the South-Atlantic region of the United States.
On April 7, 2004 Mosen joined the Toronto Lynx and was appointed Head Coach for the Lynx U16 boys head coach under Duncan Wilde's new managerial staff. In January 2015 he was appointed head coach for the newly acquired franchise the Toronto Lady Lynx of the W-League. The club finished second in the northern division thus clinching a playoff berth. The Lady Lynx reached the Eastern Championship, but were eliminated by the Ottawa Fury Women. In 2010, Mosen became part of Hamilton FC's Ownership group and took on the role as Head Coach/Director of Football, in 2013 the club moved to the Kitchener/Waterloo area of Ontario and changed its name to K-W United FC. Mosen was named as the first head coach and Director of Football in the history of K-W United FC. On January 31, 2014 he returned to the Toronto Lynx to serve under Duncan Wilde once more as an assistant coach.