Paul Roe

Paul Roe (born 21 November 1959 - 5 October 2019) was a Canadian soccer player who spent five years in the North American Soccer League and one in the Major Indoor Soccer League. He also played in Canada's National Soccer League, the American Indoor Soccer Association, the American Soccer League and the American Professional Soccer League.

Roe represented Canada at the U20 level six times. He played for Toronto Metros-Croatia in 1978 before getting released in June 1979. After his release, Roe was quickly picked up by the Edmonton Drillers and won an NASL indoor title in 1980–81 with them. Roe spent the summer of 1981 with the Hamilton Steelers, who won the NSL title. The following season, 1981–82, he was an indoor runner up with the Tampa Bay Rowdies.

Roe was born in Manchester, England. He was the younger brother of Canadian international soccer player, Peter Roe. Provided by Wikipedia

Published 2019
Springer International Publishing
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