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Charlie Morgan (soccer)

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Playing position  Defender
Role  Coach
Name  Charlie Morgan

Years  Team
1983-1984  Clemson Tigers
Current team  Kansas City Attack
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Date of birth  (1962-08-14) August 14, 1962 (age 53)
Place of birth  Atlanta, Georgia, United States
1985-1987  Cleveland Force (indoor)
Teams coached  Frederica Academy (since 2004), Atlanta Magic (since 1993)

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Charlie Morgan is a retired American soccer defender who played professionally in the Major Indoor Soccer League and the National Professional Soccer League. He coached in the A-League and was a two time USISL Coach of the Year .


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In 1980, Morgan graduated from Southwest DeKalb High School. His junior and senior season of college, he played for the University of Clemson. His senior season, Morgan was captain of the Tigers as they captured the 1984 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship. In 1985, he signed with the Cleveland Force of the Major Indoor Soccer League. On June 4, 1987, the Force released Morgan. He then moved to the Atlanta Attack of the American Indoor Soccer Association.


In 1990, Morgan served as an assistant with the Clemson Tigers men’s soccer team. By 1993, he was coaching the Atlanta Magic in the USISL because he was the 1993–94 USISL indoor Coach of the Year. Morgan received the award a second time a year later. In 1995, the newly established Atlanta Ruckus hired Morgan as an assistant coach. He moved up to head coach in 1996. In 1997, he moved to the Richmond Kickers as the Director of Soccer Operations. In 2004, Morgan became the head coach of the Frederica Academy boys' and girls' teams. During the eight seasons he spent as coach, Morgan led Frederica Academy girls' team to six Georgia state high school soccer championship and the boys' team to five championships.


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