Coaching and Technical Staff


Kristian O’Leary was a professional football player for Swansea City from 1995-2010. After his career, which included over 300 appearances at Swansea, Mr. O’Leary began his coaching career first as Manager of Welsh Premier League side Neath FC and then back with Swansea City FC first as 2nd team manager and eventually 1st team assistant head coach. He comes to ACFC with a tremendous passion to help build a club from the ground up.


Jeremiah White III is one of the most successful soccer athletes to have emerged from the metro Philadelphia area. Jeremiah is capped for the USA Men’s National Team and completed a distinguished professional career on the International stage in Serbia, Greece, France, Denmark, Saudi Arabia, Poland and with the New England Revolution of MLS. Jeremiah was ACC Player of the Year at Wake Forest University where he was also three time All American and All-ACC Selection, including leading the ACC in scoring in his sophomore year. Jeremiah now aspires to dedicate his wealth of knowledge and experiences to develop the next generation of soccer standouts, and fulfilling his vision of paving the path forward for the boys he coaches to succeed on all levels.


Sal Rosamilia brings over 40 years of soccer experience to Atlantic City FC. Sal was a college All-American goalkeeper at Columbia University before a pro career. He has also coached at every level (pro, indoors, college, high school, and high level club) in the US. Sal has been broadcasting professional and college soccer for 20 years while also working in the financial services industry since 1996.


Dr. Damon Greene is an orthopedic surgeon who is fellowship trained in sports medicine, arthroscopy, and cartilage surgery. He spent an extra year of surgical and medical training after residency to concentrate on the diagnosis and treatment of athletic injuries. He has worked with various professional athletic organizations including the New Orleans Saints and New Orleans Pelicans; collegiate teams such as University of New Orleans; and numerous high school teams in both New Orleans and Brooklyn. He was also selected to be an assistant orthopedic surgeon at the NBA All Star Game and NFL Combine.