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The Los Angeles Skyhawks was a professional soccer club based in Los Angeles, California, that was a member of the American Soccer League. Founded as part of the American Soccer League's expansion to the west coast in 1976, they were the first professional sports team to be based in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles. The ASL, under commissioner Bob Cousy, had expanded in an attempt to compete with the North American Soccer League. Coming into the league with the Skyhawks were the Oakland (later Golden Bay) Buccaneers, Tacoma Tides, Sacramento Spirits, and the Utah Pioneers (later Golden Spikers). These teams formed the Western Division, while the Eastern Division had the established teams New York Apollo, Connecticut Yankees, Rhode Island Oceaneers, Chicago Cats, New Jersey Ameri

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  • The Los Angeles Skyhawks was a professional soccer club based in Los Angeles, California, that was a member of the American Soccer League. Founded as part of the American Soccer League's expansion to the west coast in 1976, they were the first professional sports team to be based in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles. The ASL, under commissioner Bob Cousy, had expanded in an attempt to compete with the North American Soccer League. Coming into the league with the Skyhawks were the Oakland (later Golden Bay) Buccaneers, Tacoma Tides, Sacramento Spirits, and the Utah Pioneers (later Golden Spikers). These teams formed the Western Division, while the Eastern Division had the established teams New York Apollo, Connecticut Yankees, Rhode Island Oceaneers, Chicago Cats, New Jersey Ameri
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  • John Willis
  • Alty McKenzie
  • Ane Mihailovich
  • Doug McMillan
  • Jerry Kazarian
  • Jimmy Hinch
  • Paddy Dunning
  • Bernie Fagan
  • Ken Fogarty
  • Miguel Lopez
  • Dave Donaldson
  • Brian Parkinson
  • Alan Sproates
  • Abraham Cohen
  • Brian Gardiner
  • Brooks Cryder
  • Charlie Kadupski
  • Les Peterson
  • Geoff Davies
  • Jimmy Rolland
  • Kevin Handlan
  • Leif Werneid
  • Leo Kulinczenko
  • Mal Roche
  • Manny Matos
  • Marine Cano
  • Mickey Cave
  • Steve Cacciatore
  • Steve Ralbovsky
  • Tony Whelan
  • Benny Binshtock
  • Billy McNichol
  • Carlos Zavaleta
  • Garo Osmanian
  • Javier Loza
  • Joe Hight
  • Kurt Stierle
  • Moshe Hoftman
  • Ron Yeats(captain)
  • Vinnie McCarthy
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