Connecticut Wildcats Pro Soccer

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Connecticut Wildcats Soccer 1973

Connecticut Wildcats Soccer 1973

Pro-Soccer Coming to Connecticut

Pro-Soccer Coming to Connecticut

Coach signed from The Netherlands

Coach signed from The Netherlands

News about the Connecticut Wildcats

News about the Connecticut Wildcats

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One Response to Connecticut Wildcats Pro Soccer

  1. Bill Young says:

    GREAT!! That’s a lot of Connecticut sports history and brings back fond memories. Such success and inspiration make most of us stand in awe. You, Paulus Ingram, leap frogged the sport of “futbol” decades in this country. i only wish i had $200,000 cash money when we met those NASL big wigs. If their insight was a simple % of their financial stature they would have bank rolled you. Count me in to buy this book on a first run. All “soccer” enthusiasts should have this as a must read but especially those in the United States. It was a mountain to overcome and the peak is in sight but there’s a ways to go for U. S. citizens to really appreciatr this most beautiful game. Thanks for buying me my first officiating boots. My endurance, Don Minton’s guidance and those boots helped me do a pretty good job i think. Did about 100 high school games a year for 10 or more years in Connecticut and Hawaii. My most memorable compliment came from the Big Island goalie in Aloha Stadium in the state tournament when his team lost and he sought me out, shook my hand and said, “Thanks ref. Thanks for the no juice.” In pigeon english/Hawaiin that meant giving his team a fair game as often the outer island teams felt the deck was stackeed against them when competing on Oahu. There was some truth to that in my opinion.

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