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Brian Hughes is a Welsh born soccer player. Brian played U23 for Wales then joined Swansea City of the 2nd Division in July 1956. He made his professional debut in a 1–1 draw against Grimsby Town in 1958. Brian was a key asset to the team that went to the FA Cup semi final in the 1963–64 season. Brian played two years (1967 and 1968) in the fledgling North American Soccer League with the Atlanta Chiefs. Brian also coached in the Canadian national team soccer system.

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  • Brian Hughes is a Welsh born soccer player. Brian played U23 for Wales then joined Swansea City of the 2nd Division in July 1956. He made his professional debut in a 1–1 draw against Grimsby Town in 1958. Brian was a key asset to the team that went to the FA Cup semi final in the 1963–64 season. Brian played two years (1967 and 1968) in the fledgling North American Soccer League with the Atlanta Chiefs. Brian also coached in the Canadian national team soccer system.
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  • Brian Hughes is a Welsh born soccer player. Brian played U23 for Wales then joined Swansea City of the 2nd Division in July 1956. He made his professional debut in a 1–1 draw against Grimsby Town in 1958. Brian was a key asset to the team that went to the FA Cup semi final in the 1963–64 season. Brian played two years (1967 and 1968) in the fledgling North American Soccer League with the Atlanta Chiefs. Brian moved to Victoria, BC and where he was a player coach of the London Boxing Club. He later coached the University of Victoria Vikings soccer team, winning the CIAU championships in 1975 and 1987. The 1975 team won UVic’s first ever CIAU Championship. The team knocked off Dalhousie and then Concordia to claim the National title after earlier Canada West victories over Alberta and Saskatchewan. Brian also coached in the Canadian national team soccer system.
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