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1989-90 San Diego Sockers Roster

Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL)
Team Record: 25-27
in the MISL's Western Division
Postseason: 11-5
Won Championship
Coach: Ron Newman (25-27)
Location: San Diego, California
Attendance: 211,422, Avg. 8,132 in 26 home dates
1989-90 San Diego Sockers Statistics

The San Diego Sockers of the Major Indoor Soccer League ended the 1989-90 season with a record of 25 wins and 27 losses in the MISL's Western Division. The team compiled a postseason mark of 11-5.

The Sockers recorded 217 goals and surrendered 204. Waad Hirmez scored 29 goals for San Diego, while Brian Quinn, Rod Castro, Branko Segota and Zoran Karic each contributed fifteen or more also. Branko Segota accounted for 34 assists. Zoltan Toth topped the squad with 14 wins and a team-best 3.48 goals against average, pacing regular keepers.

Ron Newman coached the team. The 1989-90 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
Rod CastroM,DJuly 18, 19655'7"155Santiago, Chile
Donald CogsvilleDMay 9, 19656'2"195New York, NY
Ben CollinsM,DJune 12, 19615'8"150Monrovia, Liberia
Kevin CrowDSeptember 17, 19616'1"175St. Louis, MO
George FernandezD,MOctober 29, 19615'9"150San Francisco, California
Jim GabarraFSeptember 22, 19595'11"165Key West, FL
Damir HaraminaFMay 23, 19625'10"185Zagreb, Croatia Yugoslavia
Waad HirmezD,F,MOctober 28, 19615'8"170Baghdad, Iraq
Ernest InnehFSeptember 25, 19705'10"165, Nigeria
Zoran KaricFAugust 1, 19615'9"160Kacarevo, Yugoslavia
Jacques LadouceurM,FApril 29, 19595'9"155Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Victor NogueiraGJuly 17, 19596'1"185Maputo, Mozambique
Thien NyguyenMJune 29, 19695'7"150Saigon, Vietnam
Rene OrtizDApril 23, 19695'9"155Los Angeles, CA
Brian QuinnM,D/MMay 24, 19605'9"155Belfast, Northern Ireland
Branko SegotaM,FJune 8, 19615'10"175Rijeka, Croatia Yugoslavia
Zoltan TothGDecember 29, 19596'3"190Budapest, Hungary
Arturo VelazcoDDecember 18, 19645'10"165San Diego, California
Wes WadeFJuly 18, 19686'0"185Columbus, OH
Kyle WhittemoreF6'2"200, USA
Paul WrightFJuly 29, 19695'9"160London, CA England
Steve ZungulFJuly 28, 19546'0"175Split, Croatia Yugoslavia