2010 Miami FC season

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Miami FC
2010 season
ChairmanUnited States Aaron Davidson
ManagerNicaragua Victor Pastora
USSF Division 29th
USSF Division 2 playoffsdid not qualify
U.S. Open CupRound of 16
Top goalscorerLeague: Paulo Araujo Jr. (8)
All: Paulo Araujo Jr. (13)
Highest home attendance1,855
Lowest home attendance742
Average home league attendance1,254
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2011 Strikers →

The 2010 Miami FC season was the fifth season of the club. Previously, they fielded a team in the USL First Division. Along with other clubs, Miami FC broke away from the previous league to form the new North American Soccer League. Nonetheless, the club fielded a team in the NASL Conference of the USSF Division 2 Professional League, the second tier of the American Soccer Pyramid at the time. (The USSF D2 was a temporary professional soccer league created by the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) in 2010 to last just one season. It was a compromise between the debating United Soccer Leagues (USL) and the North American Soccer League (NASL) while the USSF determined which league would eventually receive second or third division status). This year the team finished fourth in the NASL Conference Standings and ninth in the playoff standings, missing the post season. This was the last year of the team as the new NASL was launched the following year. The club connected with the original Fort Lauderdale Strikers club and launched a new team and franchise in the NASL under the Strikers' name starting in the 2011 season.

Conference table[edit]

NASL Conference
Pos Team Pld W L T GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Carolina RailHawks 30 13 9 8 44 32 +12 47 Conference leader, qualified for playoffs
2 Vancouver Whitecaps 30 10 5 15 32 22 +10 45 Qualified for playoffs[a]
3 Montreal Impact 30 12 11 7 36 30 +6 43
4 Miami FC 30 7 11 12 37 49 −12 33
5 AC St. Louis 30 7 15 8 32 48 −16 29
6 Crystal Palace Baltimore 30 6 18 6 24 55 −31 24
  1. ^ The remaining six teams with the highest point totals, regardless of conference, also advance to the playoffs.

2010 roster[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 United States GK Lance Parker
2 Brazil DF Euzébio Neto
3 United States DF Zach Kirby
4 Brazil DF Cristiano Dias
5 Guyana DF J. P. Rodrigues
6 Liberia DF Chris Gbandi
7 United States FW Stefan Jerome
8 Brazil MF Lennon
9 United States FW Abe Thompson
10 Argentina MF Christian Gómez
11 Guatemala FW Edward Santeliz
12 United States DF Mike Randolph
14 United States MF Jarryd Goldberg
15 Brazil MF Paulinho Le Petit
No. Position Player
16 United States DF Kyle Veris
17 Guyana FW Sean Cameron
18 United States MF Gerson Mayen
19 United States MF Steven Cabas
20 Costa Rica FW Bryan Pérez
21 United States MF Brian Shriver
22 United States DF Aaron Hohlbein
23 United States FW Bryan Dominguez
24 United States GK Matt Glaeser
27 England DF Martyn Lancaster
31 Brazil FW Paulo Araujo Jr.
40 Australia GK Caleb Patterson-Sewell
77 United States FW Chukwudi Chijindu

Staff[edit]

Head Coach: Nicaragua Victor Pastora
Assistant Coach: Brazil Marcelo Neveleff
Goalkeeper Coach: Brazil Ricardo Lopes
Director of Soccer: United States Fernando Clavijo
General Manager: Brazil Luiz Muzzi

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