Richard Goddard

Richard Goddard

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Richard Goddard

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Richard Anthony Goddard (born January 30, 1978 in Scarborough, Tobago) is a former Trinidad and Tobago football goalkeeper who last played for the Vancouver Whitecaps. He is currently the Head Coach of Mountain WFC.

Playing career

He played college soccer with Roberts Wesleyan College in 1998, where he was a 3 time NAIA All-American, NCCAA All-American and 2-time NAIA Region IX Player of the Year.

Goddard began his pro career in 2001 when he signed for the Ottawa Wizards of the Canadian Professional Soccer League. He was part of the Ottawa team that won the doubleRogers Cup and Open Canada Cup, and led them to a 20-2 record.In 2002 he was signed by the Charlotte Eagles of the USL First Division, in his rookie season he led the Eagles to the playoffs for 2nd straight season, started 27 of 28 regular season matches, accumulating a 10-13-4 record and a 1.59 GAA with 3 shutouts, and he was named twice Goalkeeper of the Week.Goddard moved to the sidelines in 2003 where he was the head coach of the Ottawa Internationals U18 Girls in the Ligue Elite Soccer du Quebec (LSEQ) and assistant/goalkeeper coach for the University of Ottawa Women’s team that finished second in the CIS. In 2006 Goddard joined the University of Toronto Varsity Blues Women's Soccer Program as their Goalkeeper Coach. The Varsity Blues were knocked out in the Ontario semis.

In 2004 Goddard signed for the Toronto Lynx where he served as a backup to Bryheem Hancock for most of the season. He made his debut...
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