Dave Dir

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David Dir is a former United States soccer goalkeeper, coach and broadcaster. He played professionally in USISL and coached in the American Professional Soccer League, NCAA and Major League Soccer.

Playing career

Dir played youth soccer with the Chicago Kickers. He attended Western Illinois University, where he majored in broadcasting. In 1980, the Chicago Sting of the North American Soccer League drafted Dir with their first selection in the 1980 NASL College Draft. He suffered an injury in his first season and never played in a league game for the team. He later played for the Colorado Comets in the USISL.

Managerial career

In 1989, Dir began his coaching career as an assistant with the Colorado Foxes in the American Professional Soccer League. In 1990, Regis University hired Dir as head coach of the men's soccer team. His teams won the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference both seasons with a record of 10-5-2 in 1990 and 9-5-4 in 1991. He was voted the 1990 RMAC Coach of the Year. In 1992, he left Regis to become head coach of the Colorado Foxes of the American Professional Soccer League. In his two and a half seasons with the team, he won the APSL championship twice as well as the pro cup and regular season championship in each year. In May 1994, he resigned as head coach when his wife, who was a flight attendant, was transferred to a new location.DONALDSON TAKES OVER FOXES' HELM LONGTIME AIDE REPLACES DIR AS TEAM'S HEAD......
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