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“Hartford will become a Major League Sports City for the first time since 1876 next summer and the sport will be soccer”

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In an attempt to bring Connecticut some of “THE WORLDS BEST 1973 SOCCER TEAMS”, in 1973 the CT Wildcats played 5 Games besides their League Games. 1) Estudiantes of Argentina – THE 1973 FIFA WORLD CUP CLUB CHAMPS. 2) Hakoah Tel Aviv – ISRAEL’S 1973 NATIONAL CHAMPS and 1973 FIFA ASIAN CLUB CHAMPS. 3) Waterford of Ireland – THE 1973 NATIONAL CHAMPS OF IRELAND

4) Arminia  Bielefeld – A STRONG GERMAN PRO- SOCCER TEAM. 5) The 1973 USA Maccabiah Team that Represented the USA in the WORLD MACCABIAH GAMES in ISRAEL

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Nick Capurro, M.D. Chairman of the ASL about the CT Wildcats: “League’s Success Story Of The Year ”

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Pro Soccer Comes to Connecticut.

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Hartford Mayor kicks off the game; over 10,000 fans and a Fife and Drum Corp.

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MVP of the 1974 SUPER-BOWL. Why is he showing how to kick a ball in front of the Wildcats Office on Constitution Plaza? It will be in the Wildcats book.

Wildcats had a state of the Arts office on 100 Constitution Plaza. On a clear day we could see Springfield, Massachusetts from our office Window. Soccertes, macot of the Wildcats, almost thought he was seeing double when Garo Yepremian, star soccer-style … Continue reading

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Pepe Pinton GM of the N.Y. Cosmos and Paul Ingram of the Wildcats; a PRO-Soccer team in New Hampshire?

After the CT Wildcats successful 1973 season, Pepe Pinton GM of the NY Cosmos and owner of “Granite All State Soccer School” as well as a Restaurant chain, and Paul Ingram of the Wildcats, contemplated  starting together a Pro soccer … Continue reading

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Hubert Vogelsinger, Ben Brewster and Paul Ingram. The beginning of the end of the Wildcats?

Lamar Hunt said about the Wildcats to Paul Ingram: “I believe you to be the youngest self made owner of a Professional Team, of all sports, in the US.”                       … Continue reading

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Colorful Game Posters were distributed in Hartford and surrounding towns. As soon a game was over, the next game’s poster went up.

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CT Wildcats Signs First Player.

After the CT Wildcats, Ron McEachen became the Head Coach of Middlebury College in Vermont, and then Head Soccer Coach of the University of Vermont. After that he joint the Coaching staff of the New England Revolution MLS Pro-Soccer Team. … Continue reading

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