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Joe Schiraldi | Canadian Soccer Player, Age, Biography, Early Life, Career, Facts

QUICK FACTS

IntroSoccer player, coach, and camp instructor
IsAthlete, Football player, Association football player
FromCanada
TypeSports
GenderMale
Birth1951, Sannicandro di Bari, Italy
Age69 years

BIOGRAPHY

Giuseppe Schiraldi is a Canadian former international soccer player.

CAREER

Schiraldi played with Toronto City in 1971. In 1972, he played in the National Soccer League with Hamilton Italo-Canadians. The following season he played in the North American Soccer League with the Toronto Metros for two seasons. He returned to play in the National Soccer League in 1975 with Hamilton Italo-Canadians. He also played at the college level with the University of Akron in 1971.

INTERNATIONAL CAREER

He made his debut for the Canada men’s national under-23 soccer team on May 30, 1971 against Bermuda. He also represented Canada in the 1971 Pan American Games. He made his debut for the senior team on August 20, 1972 against the United States in a FIFA World Cup qualifier match and later featured in seven matches.

MANAGERIAL CAREER

Since retiring, Joe has been active as a youth soccer coach and camp instructor in Ontario. In July 2006, he was appointed York Region Soccer Association Regional U12 Player Development Coach. He became a teacher at Don Bosco secondary catholic school, where he taught Physical education. He used to teach at Bryst Academy as the U12 coach. He now is the coach of the SSE90 boys U14 team (2019).

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