1984-85 San Diego Sockers Roster

Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL)
Team Record: 37-11
in the MISL's Western Division
Postseason: 10-3
Won Championship
Coach: Ron Newman (37-11)
Location: San Diego, California
Attendance: 230,272, Avg. 9,595 in 24 home dates
1984-85 San Diego Sockers Statistics

The San Diego Sockers of the Major Indoor Soccer League ended the 1984-85 season with a record of 37 wins and 11 losses in the MISL's Western Division. The team compiled a postseason mark of 10-3.

San Diego paced the league with 302 goals. The club allowed 201 goals. Steve Zungul scored 68 goals for the Sockers, while Ade Coker, Kaz Deyna, Brian Quinn, Jean Willrich, Hugo Perez and Branko Segota each contributed fifteen or more as well. Steve Zungul accounted for 68 assists. Jim Gorsek topped the squad with 19 wins, plus Zoltan Toth added 15 or more wins, too. Jim Gorsek recorded a 4.04 goals against average, pacing keepers with significant playing time.

Ron Newman coached the team. The 1984-85 San Diego Sockers won the Championship.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Fernando ClavijoD,MJanuary 23, 19575'10"160Maldonado, Uruguay
Ade CokerF,MMay 19, 19545'9"155Lagos, Nigeria
Gary CollierDFebruary 4, 19556'1"175Bristol, England
Kevin CrowDSeptember 17, 19616'1"175St. Louis, MO
Steve DaleyMApril 15, 19535'11"172Barnsley, England
Kaz DeynaM,FOctober 23, 19475'10"160Starograd Gdanski, Gdanski Poland
Val FernandesD,MMarch 24, 19585'9"155San Paulo, Brazil
Miguel GarciaG
Eric GeyerDNovember 7, 19506'1"195Adelsdorf, Germany
Jim GorsekGOctober 12, 19555'11"180Oregon City, OR
Waad HirmezD,F,MOctober 28, 19615'8"170Baghdad, Iraq
George KatakalidisDJanuary 19, 19625'9"160Kozanis, Greece
Jacques LadouceurM,FApril 29, 19595'9"155Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Paulo MouraM,D,D/MJanuary 25, 19545'11"150Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Asghar NamdarM,FJuly 15, 19565'8"145Tehran, Iran
Jose NetoFJune 5, 19556'1"175Aracaju, Brazil
Guy NewmanDNovember 26, 19575'11"165Portsmouth, England
Hugo PerezM,FNovember 8, 19635'6"148Morazan, El Salvador
Brian QuinnM,D/MMay 24, 19605'9"155Belfast, Northern Ireland
Raffaele RuotoloMMay 15, 19655'9"145Brooklyn, NY
Brian SchmetzerD,MAugust 18, 19625'11"165Seattle, WA
Branko SegotaM,FJune 8, 19615'10"175Rijeka, Croatia Yugoslavia
Caleb SuriF,M/FMay 30, 19665'8"155Chino, California
Zoltan TothGDecember 29, 19596'3"190Budapest, Hungary
Dzung TranF5'8"145Hue, Vietnam
Jean WillrichF,MApril 27, 19536'1"180Koblenz, Germany
Steve ZungulFJuly 28, 19546'0"175Split, Croatia Yugoslavia