1977 Connecticut Bicentennials Roster

North American Soccer League (NASL)
Team Record: 7-19 - 72 points
in the NASL's North Division
Coach: Bobby Thomson (1-12)
Coach: Malcolm Musgrove (6-7)
Location: Hartford, Connecticut
Attendance: 50,730, Avg. 3,902 in 13 home dates
1977 Connecticut Bicentennials Statistics

The Connecticut Bicentennials of the North American Soccer League ended the 1977 season with a record of 7 wins and 19 losses for 72 points in the NASL's North Division.

The Bicentennials chalked up 34 goals and yielded 65, most in the circuit. John Vincent and Jado Hasanbegovic scored 4 goals each for Connecticut, while Gene DuChateau registered a 1.47 goals against average, leading goalkeepers with enough qualifying appearances.

Bobby Thomson and Malcolm Musgrove coached the team.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Jim BarronGOctober 19, 19436'1"180Durham, England
James BolsterF
Joao CarlosD, Portugal
Peter ChandlerM,D,FMarch 19, 19536'0"160Duxbury, MA
Laurence CoyneMNovember 13, 19565'10"155Luton, England
Greg DownsFDecember 13, 1958Carlton, England
Gene DuChateauGJanuary 23, 19546'2"175Ridgewood, NJ
Doug EvansMSeptember 27, 1956Swansea, Wales
Santiago FormosoDJuly 4, 19535'9"140Vigo, Spain
Don GardnerFAugust 30, 1955, Jamaica
Geoff HammondDMarch 24, 1950Sudbury, England
Jado HasanbegovicFJanuary 8, 19486'0"175Sarajevo, Bosnia Yugoslavia
Tim HunterF,DMarch 3, 19545'9"152Toronto, ON Canada
Henry McCullyF,DApril 30, 19486'0"175Motherwell, Scotland
Colin McLocklanFApril 6, 19526'0"175Hull, England
Vitor MoiaF, Portugal
Robbie MooreF
Hugh O'NeillF,MJuly 16, 19545'11"160Kearney, NJ
Tom ParkinMFebruary 1, 1956Gateshead, Connecticut Bicentennials England
Fred PereiraFFebruary 17, 19545'9"155Valanta, Portugal
Geoff PikeFSeptember 28, 1956London, England
Roman RosulFMay 10, 19536'0"175Cleveland, OH
Bruce StuckeyMFebruary 19, 1947Torquay, England
John TaftM
Bobby ThomsonDDecember 5, 19436'0"175Smethwick, England
Chris TurnerDMarch 4, 1951St. Neots, England
John VincentMFebruary 8, 1947West Bromwich, England