Leading goalkeepers: Tony Dallas

Tony Dallas was born in Greece on March 20, 1950. He started his goalkeeping career with his local club A. O. Kastoria.

Tony moved to Chicago where he played for the Hellenic Club. In 1975 he joined Toronto Homer in the National Soccer League. He helped that club to a third-place finish in the 1975 NSL season.

After a short spell with Chicago Cats in the American Soccer League, he joined Toronto club Panhellenic in May 1976. He then joined First Portuguese in Toronto.

The 5’11” and 160 goalkeeper was voted as the leading goalkeeper in the National Soccer League in the 1978 season while playing for the First Portuguese.

He later played for Chicago Horizon in the Major Indoor Soccer League. He was inducted into the Illinois Soccer Hall of Fame in 2012.

Tony passed away on April 3, 2017.

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