1971 Atlanta Chiefs Statistics

North American Soccer League (NASL)
Team Record: 12-7-5 - 120 points
in the NASL's South Division

Lost Championship
Coach: Vic Rouse (12-7-5)
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Attendance: 59,843, Avg. 4,275 in 14 home dates
1971 Atlanta Chiefs Roster

The Atlanta Chiefs of the North American Soccer League ended the 1971 season with a record of 12 wins and 7 losses and 5 ties for 120 points in the NASL's South Division.

Atlanta chalked up 35 goals and gave up 29. Barry Lynch and Nick Papadakis scored 8 goals each for the Chiefs, while Freddie Mwila and Kaizer Motaung contributed five or more, too. Manfred Kammerer registered a 0.76 goals against average, leading keepers with significant playing time.

Vic Rouse coached the team. The 1971 Atlanta Chiefs lost in the Championship.

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Player Pos GP GS G A Pts FC FS Y R OFF Shts S%
Barry LynchD2108117000000
Nick PapadakisF2408117000000
Freddie MwilaF2205414000000
Kaizer MotaungF2305313000000
Art WelchF190259000000
Henry LargieD190317000000
Dave MetchickM80306000000
Ken BracewellD230102000000
Danny PatonM70011000000
Alec PapadakisM130011000000
Uriel Da VeigaD240011000000
Alan HamlynD10000000000
Vic RouseG50000000000
Manley CarterD80000000000
Michael AshF90000000000
Mick HobanD210000000000
Manfred KammererG210000000000
John CockingD220000000000


Player GP GS Min W L T SHO GA GAA Shts SVS SV%
Manfred Kammerer2101819:000008231.140142
Vic Rouse50341:00000161.58034