Ronnie Rowe was talented in many sports. He played for Ulster United against Liverpool in 1948. However, he is best known for having played with New York Rangers in the National Hockey League.
Gordon Clydesdale was one of many Scottish League players that were imported by the NSL clubs in the golden years (1957-1960). After playing for the Olympia-Harmonie club in the 1960 NSL season he emigrated to Australia.
With a combination of Argentinian, Canadian and Yugoslavian talent, Toronto Italia showed great attacking soccer in the 1990 season.
Former Football League goalkeeper Larry Gage had a short spell in Canada in the summer of 1948. On June 15, 1948, he starred for Ulster United in an exhibition game against Liverpool Football Club.
17,000 soccer fans turned out for the exhibition game between Ulster United and Liverpool Football Club in Toronto on June 15, 1948.
Joe was rated as the best centre half in Canada in the 1920’s and 1930’s.