1988-89 San Diego Sockers Roster

Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL)
Team Record: 27-21
in the MISL
Postseason: 8-6
Won Championship
Coach: Ron Newman (27-21)
Location: San Diego, California
Attendance: 201,186, Avg. 8,383 in 24 home dates
1988-89 San Diego Sockers Statistics

The San Diego Sockers of the Major Indoor Soccer League ended the 1988-89 season with a record of 27 wins and 21 losses in the MISL. The team compiled a postseason mark of 8-6.

San Diego netted 218 goals, tops in the circuit. The Sockers conceded 168 goals, the lowest total in the circuit. Zoran Karic scored 37 goals for the team, while Paul Dougherty, Kevin Crow, Alan Willey, Branko Segota, Steve Zungul and Waad Hirmez each contributed fifteen or more also. Branko Segota accounted for 34 assists. Victor Nogueira topped the squad with 19 wins and a team-best 2.86 goals against average, pacing goalkeepers with enough qualifying appearances.

Ron Newman coached the team. The 1988-89 San Diego Sockers won the Championship.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Ralph BlackD,M,FOctober 6, 19635'8"150Glasgow, Scotland
CachoDMay 11, 19585'9"145Buenos Aires, Argentina
Chris ChuedenF/M,M,FFebruary 18, 19615'7"155Richmond, British Columbia Canada
Kevin CrowDSeptember 17, 19616'1"175St. Louis, MO
Paul DoughertyFDecember 5, 19665'3"130Leamington Spa, England
Gary EtheringtonD,F,M/FApril 22, 19585'8"140London, England
George FernandezD,MOctober 29, 19615'9"150San Francisco, California
Poli GarciaF,MJanuary 8, 19585'7"167San Diego, California
Felipe HernandezG5'9"160San Diego, CA
Waad HirmezD,F,MOctober 28, 19615'8"170Baghdad, Iraq
Zoran KaricFAugust 1, 19615'9"160Kacarevo, Yugoslavia
KederF,M/FAugust 2, 19655'7"155Belgrade, Serbia Yugoslavia
Gus MokalisD,FAugust 7, 19565'10"165Budapest, Hungary
Victor NogueiraGJuly 17, 19596'1"185Maputo, Mozambique
Otto OrfGNovember 4, 19636'1"180Elma, NY
Rene OrtizDApril 23, 19695'9"155Los Angeles, CA
Brian QuinnM,D/MMay 24, 19605'9"155Belfast, Northern Ireland
Jose Luis RebayMJune 24, 19655'7"145Buenos Aires, Argentina
Branko SegotaM,FJune 8, 19615'10"175Rijeka, Croatia Yugoslavia
Hormoz TabriziDSeptember 9, 19656'0"178Tehran, Iran
Zoltan TothGDecember 29, 19596'3"190Budapest, Hungary
Ralf WilhelmsDMay 24, 19625'11"160Sinvig, Germany
Alan WilleyFOctober 18, 19565'11"180Houghton-le-Spring, England
Paul WrightFJuly 29, 19695'9"160London, CA England
Steve ZungulFJuly 28, 19546'0"175Split, Croatia Yugoslavia