1983-84 Phoenix Pride Roster

Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL)
Team Record: 18-30
in the MISL's Western Division
Coach: Antonio Simoes (13-17)
Coach: Ted Podleski (5-13)
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Attendance: 142,157, Avg. 5,923 in 24 home dates
1983-84 Phoenix Pride Statistics

The Phoenix Pride of the Major Indoor Soccer League ended the 1983-84 season with a record of 18 wins and 30 losses in the MISL's Western Division.

Phoenix scored 221 goals and gave up 249. Mark Kerlin netted 32 goals for the Pride, while Steve David, Oscar Albuquerque, Charlie Greene, Damir Sutevski and Petar Baralic each tallied fifteen or more, too. Oscar Albuquerque recorded 29 assists. Blagoje Tamindzic topped the squad with 9 wins and a team-best 4.68 goals against average, leading keepers with significant playing time.

Antonio Simoes and Ted Podleski coached the team.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Oscar AlbuquerqueMSeptember 4, 19545'8"155Lima, Peru
Ruben AstigarragaF,MAugust 3, 19506'0"170Buenos Aires, Argentina
Petar BaralicF,MOctober 3, 19515'10"175Cecak, Serbia Yugoslavia
Jim BelangerM
Steve DavidFMarch 11, 19516'2"165Port Fortin, Trinidad
Marcelo FerreiraM,DMarch 5, 19595'7"148Buenos Aires, Argentina
John GormanDAugust 16, 19495'8"153Winchburgh, Scotland
Charlie GreeneF,D,F/MOctober 7, 19595'10"160New York, NY
Bret HallM,DNovember 16, 19565'6"148Buffalo, NY
Peter JianetteFNovember 2, 19635'11"160Hicksville, NY
Mark KerlinFFebruary 1, 19626'2"175Phoenix, Arizona
KiaFNovember 10, 19655'5"125Mashhad, Iran
Paul LeeF,DApril 16, 19615'10"160Manchester, England
John McDermottF,M5'7"140Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Juan Carlos MolinaM,FFebruary 22, 19556'0"155Adrogue, Argentina
Victor PetroniGMarch 3, 19595'10"165Toronto, ON Canada
Tom ReynoldsGSeptember 6, 19555'11"180Alameda, California
Bruce SavageDDecember 21, 19605'7"150Hollywood, FL
Walter SchlothauerD,FSeptember 24, 19585'10"152Mentor, OH
Joe SilveiraD,MApril 16, 19595'11"160Lisbon, Portugal
Gordon Smith
Frantz St. LotM,DDecember 13, 19505'7"140Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Gene StrenicerM,DAugust 12, 19455'7"143Budapest, Hungary
Boro SucevicD6'0"155
Damir SutevskiD,F,MSeptember 28, 19545'10"150Zagreb, Croatia Yugoslavia
Blagoje TamindzicGApril 8, 19526'0"175Bileća, Bosnia Yugoslavia
Van TaylorGMay 16, 19536'0"170Portsmouth, OH
Mike UremovicDJune 5, 19626'0"165Perusic, Croatia Yugoslavia
Willie WatsonD,MDecember 4, 19495'11"178Motherwell, Scotland