AFI Live: Sunday, June 7 @ 4p CET (10a ET) – Hildesheim Invaders HC Shuan Fatah

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Join us for another episode of AFI Live on Facebook Sunday, June 7 at 4 pm Central European Time (10 am Eastern Daylight Time) as we chat with Hildesheim Invaders head coach Shuan Fatah.

Our panel – John McKeon, Kaleb Leach, and Roger Kelly – will be on hand to ask questions and hopefully answer your questions as we discuss the situation in football in Europe with regards to the coronavirus.

With a coaching career that has spanned four decades in Austria, Germany and the United States, Shuan Fatah has an incredible background in football with European, German and Austrian championship titles to his name. In fact, the name Shuan Fatah is synonymous with winning.  Entering his 30th season of coaching he can look back on an incredible career. This past season he guided the Swarco Raiders to an undefeated season winning both the Austrian Bowl championship and the European club team title. Since 2011, Fatah has been behind the enormous success of the Raiders, building the team into a juggernaut. Since joining the Raiders, he helped the team to a record of 99-20 in both Austrian and international play, including five Austrian titles and three Central European Football League, CEFL, crowns as well as one Eurobowl championship. He won the 2010 Eurobowl with his hometown Berlin Adler after guiding them to the German title in 2009.

He has coached with the Dresden Monarchs, Munich Cowboys, Berlin Rebels and Spandau Bulldogs as well a with the NCAA Division III team, Nichols College. In NFL Europe he coached with both the Berlin Thunder and Hamburg Sea Devils.

In other words, he will have plenty to talk about.

Wherever you are in the world, we want to hear from you Sunday, June 7 at 10 am Eastern (4 pm CET)

And please don’t hesitate to jump in to discuss all of these topics and much more.

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