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| (1951-01-05) 5 January 1951 (age 65)|
Dave Huson Wikipedia
Dave Huson is a retired Channel Island football (soccer) player who played professionally in the North American Soccer League and Major Indoor Soccer League.
In 1979, Huson signed with the California Surf of the North American Soccer League. In 1980, the Surf sent Huson to the Memphis Rogues. At the end of the season, Nelson Skalbania purchased the Rogues and moved them to Calgary renaming the team the Calgary Boomers. Huson then played the 1980–81 NASL indoor season with the Boomers before being traded to the Chicago Sting. On 20 March 1982, the Sting traded Huson, John Tyma and a 1983 third-round draft pick to the Tulsa Roughnecks in exchange for Duncan McKenzie. He was back in Chicago for the 1983 season and would remain there until he was released by the team in May 1985. He then moved to the Chicago Shoccers of the American Indoor Soccer Association. In February 1986, Huson took over as head coach of the Shoccers. In the fall of 1986, he returned to the Sting as head of community relations. In 1999, he became the head coach of the Rockford Raptors of the Premier Development League. He also coached the Deerfield High School boys' soccer team. He was inducted into the Illinois State Soccer Hall of Fame in 2002.