Meet The Coaching Staff Of Vermont Voltage

Academy / Camp Director | Bo Vuckovic

Former MLS Players member of Montreal Impact and New England Revolution, Bojan (Bo) Vuckovic knows soccer. After all, he’s played the sport at the highest levels in the United States and Europe. But Bo’s not just a player. He bought the Vermont Voltage in 1999 and in one season transformed it not only into a playoff team, but also into the most improved franchise in the 130-team United Soccer League. Bo’s love affair with soccer began early.

His immense skill translated into a spot on the prestigious Partizan Soccer Club, as well as a place on the Yugoslavian Youth National Team. Bo came to America to attend college and immediately made an impact at Franklin Pierce University n New Hampshire. He set many school records and was named to the All-Conference team four years in a row. In 1993 and 1994, he was the nation’s leading scorer.

Bo’s professional soccer career began with the Arizona Sandsharks (CISL). He was Rookie of the Year and led the team in scoring. He moved on to the Tampa Bay Terror (NPSL) and again led the team in scoring. In 1996, he was a starter for the New England Revolution (MLS) and in 1997 and 1998 he was member of Montreal Impact (MLS). Bo then took his skills back to the indoor game where he was the Offensive MVP for two seasons with the Baltimore Spirit. In 1998-99, he was the leading scorer for the Detroit Rockers and made his third appearance in the NPSL’s All-Star Game. Bo has scaled back his indoor career, as turning the Voltage into a first class operation has taken much of his time. However, he’s still in high demand. He was recently asked to compete for the US National Team in the 5-on-5 World Indoor Championships.

Bo has lead his Voltage team to an impressive record of 108-47-26, and the 2002-2003 Northeast Division Championship, in the last three years as Head Coach/Player. The Voltage were also the 2005 Franklin County Business of the Year, 2003 Northeast Cup Champions, and were awarded the 2002 Marketing Excellence award, the 2001 Organization of the Year, and 2000 USL Progress of the Year award. In 2010 Bo was inducted into New England Hall of Fame.

In the past two years Bo has completed his FIFA/UEFA B and A Pro license! Bo has been head Coach for the Serbian Women National Team U19 and Senior Team for the past two years. Additionally, Bo is the new Sport Director/Coordinator for the entire Women’s Soccer Program in Serbia.

Certainly among the elite in the United States indoor ranks and top scorer outdoors, Bo looks forward to sharing his talents, knowledge and passion for the game to help develop the skills of young soccer players in Vermont, New Hampshire, upstate New York and southern Quebec.


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Years as a professional Coach

Darko Kolic Vermont Voltage Coach

Head Soccer Coach Darko Kolic

Kolić began his professional career in his hometown of Belgrade first with FK Rad in the First Division and then Hajduk Belgrade in the Second Division.

He signed with the Montreal Impact (MLS) in 1997 and played with the team until the end of the 2006 season, with stints in Richmond in 1998 and Long Island in 1999.

He tallied 17 goals and nine assists while playing for Long Island in 1999[1] and with that performance, he finished fourth in league scoring and earned a spot on the second all-star team. When he returned to the Impact in 2000, he finished first in team scoring with eight goals and four assists. With the Impact, he won the Montreal Cup, a six-team international tournament played at Complexe sportif Claude-Robillard in 2001,[2] the league championship in 2004, as well as the regular-season title in 1997, 2005 and 2006.

In the 2007 season, he played for the Trois-Rivières (then the Impact farm team) in nineteen games, scoring sixteen goals. His contract was not renewed in December 2007 and he joined Vermont Voltage. For Vermont, Kolić appeared in eighteen games and notched fourteen goals.

Head Soccer Coach Branko Vuckovic

Hoosac’s Boys Varsity soccer will be lead by new Head Coach Branko Vuckovic. Branko hails from Belgrade, Serbia and played professionally in the European 1st division until 1997. In 1998 he joined Vermont Voltage.

He is the director of youth development program in Serbia for soccer players U18 and has helped many of his players transition to the USA in NCAA Division I..

Soccer Career:

  • 1983-1994: FC Partizan – All youth categories
  • 1994-1997: FC Zvezdara
  • 1998-2006: Vermont Voltage-USA III Division – 180 games, 86 goals

Coach Career:

  • B-Licenca FSS-UEFA-FIFA 2016 Jun
  • Vermont Voltage – USA USL-PDL Assistant Coach 2000 – 2006
  • Vermont Lady Voltage USAUSL W-League Assistant Coach 2005-2006
  • Hoosac School Head of operation for soccer 2014-2017
Branko Vuckovic
Blast 88-89 Goalie Scoop Stanisic

Head Goalkeeper Coach Vojislav Scoop Stanisic

Vojislav “Scoop” Stanisic is a retired Serbian-born American soccer goalkeeper who was most recently the goalkeeping coach for Columbus Crew in Major League Soccer. He spent most of his career playing indoor soccer in the United States, but also played five outdoor seasons in the American Soccer League, American Professional Soccer League and USISL. He earned one cap with the US national team in 1993.

In 1996, Stanisic became the women’s soccer head coach NCAA Div III Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He spent only one year with the team, going 8-6-0. In 1998, Stanisic formed the KC Inter Soccer Club, a youth club in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. He remained with the club until 2005 when he was hired by the Chicago Storm.In 2000, he coached the U.S. PDL Division Vermont Voltage. Stanisic signed as goalkeeping coach for Columbus Crew of Major League Soccer in February 2012. He was let go in 2013 when Robert Warzycha was fired. He is currently the goalkeeper coach for the Indiana Elite FC

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