Mike Uremovich Bio

soccer ball Born in Perusic, Croatia 1962
soccer ball Grew up in Toronto, Canada area and
followed referee Dad around the soccer
fields watching multicultural teams
at various levels

soccer ball Played for the Canadian National U-19 team, and for U-14, 16, 18 Ontario Provincial Teams




soccer ball Signed first pro contract with Major Indoor
Soccer League at age 18 with the New York
Arrows in 1980

soccer ball Played professional soccer for 10 years in
Toronto, Montreal, New York, Phoenix
Baltimore and Dallas
soccer ball Won 2 MISL championships: New York
1981 and Dallas 1987
soccer ball Played for 5 years for the
Dallas Sidekicks

PRO CAREER 1980-1992

Games Played 401
Goals 43
Assists 83

Games Played 57
Goals 7
Assists 8

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soccer ball Earned USSF “B” license in 1989, and first
referee license in 1989
soccer ball Earned USSF “A” license in 1994 prior to
World Cup in USA
soccer ball Began coaching at Resident soccer camps in
Arizona in 1984
soccer ball Began coaching club and youth soccer in the
Dallas area in 1987
soccer ball Coached with Andromeda, Pegasus, FC Lynx,
and Solar SC
soccer ball Have had teams in the Dallas Cup, Disney
and Sun Bowl tournaments
soccer ball Have had outstanding showings in the N.
Texas State Cup, and Region III tournament
soccer ball Coached many players that went on to play in
college soccer: Notre Dame, Furman, Tulsa,
George Mason, St. Louis, UTD, Chicago, Navy
and SMU


soccer ball Director of Tatu’s All*Star Resident Soccer
camp for 18 years (www.tatusoccer.com)
soccer ball Resident camp program has had over 3100
kids and is considered one of the best soccer
camps in America

soccer ball Raised 3 kids with wife Kathleen
soccer ball Oldest child, Michael, played soccer for SMU;
scored winning Overtime goal at North Carolina
to send SMU to the 2005 College Cup

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