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1977 Toronto Metros-Croatia Roster

North American Soccer League (NASL)
Team Record: 13-13 - 115 points
in the NASL's North Division

Lost Division Championship
Coach: Ivan Sangulin (13-13)
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Attendance: 95,169, Avg. 7,321 in 13 home dates
1977 Toronto Metros-Croatia Statistics

The Toronto Metros-Croatia of the North American Soccer League ended the 1977 season with a record of 13 wins and 13 losses for 115 points in the NASL's North Division.

The Metros-Croatia scored 42 goals and conceded 38. Drago Vabec netted 11 goals for Toronto, while Ivair Ferreira tallied five or more also. Zeljko Bilecki registered a 0.8 goals against average, best among regular keepers.

Ivan Sangulin coached the team. The 1977 Toronto Metros-Croatia lost in the Division Championship.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Kenny AirdFApril 13, 19475'5"142Glasgow, Scotland
Oscar AlbuquerqueMSeptember 4, 19545'8"155Lima, Peru
Zeljko BileckiGApril 28, 19506'1"180Zagreb, Croatia Yugoslavia
Marjan BilicD5'8"180
Filip BlaskovicDJuly 5, 1945Zagreb, Croatia Yugoslavia
Marjian BradvicMDecember 7, 19495'7"155Zagreb, Croatia Yugoslavia
John BrozovicGSeptember 10, 19566'1"180Toronto, ON Canada
Mladen CukonDMarch 21, 19465'10"165Pula, Croatia Yugoslavia
Ivair FerreiraM,FJanuary 27, 19455'9"150Sao Paulo, Brazil
Robert IarusciDNovember 8, 19546'0"170Toronto, ON Canada
Steve IzivkicDFebruary 21, 1949, Yugoslavia
Ivan JurisakGFebruary 28, 1946, Yugoslavia
Mario JuttFOctober 27, 19486'1"180, Yugoslavia
Goran KovacicMOctober 20, 19495'9"165Split, Croatia Yugoslavia
Frank LomonacoFDecember 10, 19555'9"170Portenz, Italy
Jose MariaFJune 7, 1943, Portugal
Robin MegrawDAugust 9, 19505'11"155Liverpool, England
Bruno PilasF,MNovember 21, 19505'10"154Zagreb, Croatia Yugoslavia
Ted PolakDNovember 23, 19516'0"170Polten, Austria
Miaden PuseljMDecember 29, 1952Zagreb, Croatia Yugoslavia
Peter RoeD/M,D,F,MSeptember 23, 19555'7"140Manchester, England
Keith SteeleDOctober 9, 19585'8"160, Trinidad and Tobago
Gene StrenicerM,DAugust 12, 19455'7"143Budapest, Hungary
Damir SutevskiD,F,MSeptember 28, 19545'10"150Zagreb, Croatia Yugoslavia
Val TuksaD,MNovember 21, 19505'11"175Zagreb, Croatia Yugoslavia
Drago VabecFOctober 25, 19505'8"145Zagreb, Croatia Yugoslavia
Dinko ZutelijaFOctober 4, 19485'8"150Belgrade, Serbia Yugoslavia