Šaćir Hot is a popular American athlete. Currently, Šaćir Hot is also the top coach of FC Motown of the National Premier Soccer League.
Table of Biography
Šaćir Hot was born on June 10, 1991, in Wayne, New Jersey, United States. He holds an American nationality. Likewise, his age is 29 years. Hot is the son of Salih and Valbona Hot, who migrated to the United States from Montenegro in the 1980s. Hot’s parents have Bosniak and Albanian backgrounds but they only lived in Montenegro, in the towns of Plav and Gusinje.
Hot was raised in Fair Lawn, New Jersey. He joined Fair Lawn High School, where he received a lot of accolades during his high school career. In the seventh class, he broke his leg, but after recovering he became even stronger. Hot was also a member of the MetroStars (later, New York Red Bulls) academy for whom he played in the U-17 Clubs World Cup in 2007. He also captained both the u16 and u18 academy sides.
In 2009 Hot decided to attend Boston College. At the time of his college, he was with the New York Red Bulls Academy and was also a member of the New York Red Bull NPSL squad. Even though he was a school student, he was nominated for the NSCAA Herman Watch List. He played American football as a kicker for Fair Lawn during his senior year.
Career and Professional Life
Šaćir Hot spent his first summer far away from training together with the Red Bulls’ first-team where he made an impression on the coach Hans Backe. In January 2011 transfer window, he spent a while with Borussia Mönchengladbach and Borussia Dortmund in wishing to sign his first professional contract. He was invited back for preseason by Borussia Mönchengladbach but instead accepted a professional contract from the New York Red Bulls. Hot was signed by New York Red Bulls as a Homegrown Player on January 28, 2011.
On June 28, 2011, Hot made his first-team appearance for NY playing in a preseason friendly vs Atlante. He made his professional presence playing the entire second half in a 2–1 victory over FC New York in the United State Open Cup. On February 17, 2012, Hot, along with Matt Kassel, was waived by the Red Bulls. A year later, on January 15, 2013, Hot signed for Hessen Kassel of the Regionalliga Südwest. He would make an image for the club before getting back to the US. Then, he almost made a deal with USL Pro side Antigua Barracuda but left after the club could not protect his international transfer certificate.
Hot has been one of the members of the United States Under-18 and Under-20 men’s national team. He helped out the U-20s capture the 2010 Milk Cup with a 3–0 convert to Northern Ireland in Ballymena, Northern Ireland. Hot was also a part of the ultimate 20-man squad chosen to visit Guatemala for U-20 World Cup qualification in April 2011. While joining Boston College, Hot was asked to a Montenegro Under-21 camp to play friendlies but had to reject the invitation because it conflicted together with his college season schedule. Hot was appointed head coach of Garden State Soccer League side FC Motown on September 10, 2016.
More about his career
His first match as a coach was to be the next day in the U.S. In the Open Cup qualifier against NY Greek American but the NYside lost the match. Hot’s debut as head coach was within the second qualifying round of the U.S. Open Cup against Lansdowne Bhoys on October 16, 2016. Motown managed to get the victory 3–2 and qualified for the 2017 tournament proper. Hot’s side was on National Premier Soccer League side New Jersey Copa within the first round of the U.S. Open Cup on May 10, 2017, during which Motown managed to beat Copa 2–1 in overtime. By this match, Hot’s Motown was undefeated in the Garden State Soccer League season, winning all 12 of their matches.
One week later, on May 17, Hot lead Motown in the second round of the U.S. Then, they played Open Cup in opposition to Rochester Rhinos of the United Soccer League. Motown fell 3-0 was knocked out of the tournament. In December 2017, it was declared that Motown would unite the National Premier Soccer League for the 2018 season. Then, in the club’s first season in the league, Hot lead the side to first in the Keystone Conference, scoring 40 goals and conceding only 5. Moreover, Hot even coached Motown to achieve the victory over FC Monmouth in the Keystone Conference Playoffs.
Then, West Chester United to certify them for the Regional and National Playoffs. In the Regional and National Playoffs, Hot trained Motown to the NPSL National Final in opposition to Miami FC 2, where they lost by the Paul Dalglish lead side 3–1. At the time of 2019’s season, Hot managed Motown to third in the Keystone Conference, certifying once more for the Keystone Conference Playoffs. In the playoffs, Motown once more qualified for the Regional and National playoffs but they lost within the Regional Semifinals against FC Baltimore Christos 1–0 on July 13.
Hot has an estimated net worth of $1 million. And his primary income source is from being an association football player. More information about his assets, living, and past net worths are not available. However, his net worth is enough for his living. He can fulfill his needs with his net income easily.
Regarding his relationship status, Šaćir is possibly single. There is no single clear information regarding his past as well as present love life. However, it is not a difficult thing to find him a girlfriend as many girls like him.
Body Measurement and Social Media
Talking about his body measurement, he is 6 feet 1 inch tall. However, further information regarding his dress size, shoe size, and body measurement is still missing. Likewise, Šaćir Hot has a pair of brown eyes with brown hair.
Coming to social media, he is quite active there. He has a Twitter and an Instagram account. On Twitter, he has 846 followers. On Instagram, he has more than 1 K followers. He often shares posts and tweets on social media platforms. But he has also managed to keep his personal things secret.