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Years  Team
Name  Hugo Salcedo
Children  Jorge Salcedo
1977  Whittier College
Playing position  Forward
Years  Team
Height  1.78 m
1967-1969  UC Riverside
Role  Soccer player

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Date of birth  (1946-01-25) January 25, 1946 (age 69)
Place of birth  Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico

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Hugo Salcedo (born January 25, 1946 in Jalisco, Mexico) is a retired U.S. soccer player who was a member of the U.S. Olympic soccer team. He coached at the collegiate level at UCLA and has spent over thirty years in various executive positions with FIFA, USSF and Major League Soccer.

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Player

Salcedo attended the University of California, Riverside where he played on the men’s soccer team from 1967 to 1969. He holds the school’s single season assist record with 14. He also played for the Compton Soccer Club at the time of the 1972 Summer Olympics. In 1971, he was part of the U.S. Pan American Games soccer team which finished with a 0-4-1 record. A year later, he played two games at the 1972 Summer Olympics. He graduated from UC Riverside with a bachelor’s degree and later earned a masters in Psychiatric Social Work from the University of Southern California.

Coach

Salcedo spent one season as the head soccer coach at Whittier College. In 1978, he became an assistant coach at UCLA, a position he held for two seasons. His son Jorge was a player at UCLA who went on to play for Morelia Monarcas in Mexico and for five Major League Soccer clubs before becoming the head coach of the UCLA Bruins men's soccer team in 2004.

Executive

Salcedo has held various positions in USSF, FIFA, and Major League Soccer. In 1976, he joined the USSF Board of Directors. In 1982, he became part of the organizing committee developing the soccer tournament for the 1984 Summer Olympics. Three years later, he joined FIFA where he was a coordinator for Olympic and World Cup sites. In 1992, he became responsible for the oversight of the administrative portion of FIFA’s coaching courses. Finally, he spent two years working for MLS in moving Hispanic players in to MLS.

Sports agent

In 2005, Salcedo was hired by Proactive Sports Management, the leading agency representing U.S. soccer players. According to the company, he was hired, “to help the company establish a strong presence in the Latin American market.”

In 2008, he was awarded the Jerry Yeagley Award for exceptional personal achievement. Salcedo’s son Jorge later played in Major League Soccer and is the head soccer coach of UCLA.

References

Hugo Salcedo Wikipedia


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