Andrew Ornoch

AOAndrew Ornoch is one of two founding partners of Dutch Connections FC INC. In 2013, his playing career came to an early end after an injury induced early retirement from professional football. He spent 7 years playing for Papa Lombard FC (Hungary), Esbjerg fB (Denmark), Heracles, BV Veendam and Telstar (Holland). He has represented Canada’s Men’s National Team in international friendlies, Olympic Qualifying (2008) and World Cup qualifying (2009). Between 2003-2005 he studied history and business at the University of Detroit Mercy (NCAA Div.1) where he made the Dean’s list (honor roll) while on full soccer scholarship helping UDM to a Horizon League Championship (2005).


Since 2013, Andrew has shared responsibilities of building Dutch Connections FC INC. He has earned his Provincial ‘B’ (Ontario) and National ‘B” (Canada) coaching licenses. His focus is on sharing his experience, learning and developing further as a youth trainer.

Jorg Van Nieuwenhuyzen

JorgJorg Van Nieuwenhuyzen is one of two founding partners of Dutch Connections FC INC. In 2013 he moved to Canada to focus on building Dutch Connections FC Inc. He started his youth career at Tholense Boys before joining the RBC Roosendaal Youth Academy (Holland) where he would make his professional debut in the Eredivisie during the 96-97 season. He would spend the next 14 seasons playing for RBC Roosendaal, SBV Excelsior and Heracles.

After Heracles, Jorg played 2 seasons in the Topklasse for HSV Hoek and FC Lienden which gave him the opportunity to work as an assistant trainer at RBC Roosendaal and earn his UEFA ‘C’ (KNVB) coaching license. Since 2013, Jorg has shared responsibilities of developing DCFC and has been instrumental in building a relationship with Feyenoord Rotterdam (Feyenoord Camps Canada).

Martinho Dumevski

MartinhoMartinho Dumevski has been on staff at the Dutch Connections FC Soccer School since the Fall of 2013 and Feyenoord Camps Canada since 2014. He is a technique specialist with an emphasis on the fundamentals of the game. He has gained valuable experience overseas while on training periods with professional club FK Pelister (Macedonia) and semi professional club Marconi Stallions (Australia).


In his youth career Martinho played local club football in Toronto and was a part of the Canadian U15 National Team program.  Martinho is working towards his Provincial ‘B’ (Ontario) license in 2016 and is planning to continue his coaching education.