Mick Hoban

Mick Hoban

Michael “Mick” Hoban (born April 6, 1952 in Tipton, Staffordshire, England) is an English-U.S. soccer midfielder who began his career with Aston Villa in 1969 before moving to the North American Soccer League in 1971. He earned one cap with the U.S. national team in 1973.

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Mick Hoban - Post Playing Career - Soccer Industry
... After retiring from playing, Hoban was hired by Blue Ribbon Sports - which eventually became Nike, Inc ... As BRS's 'Soccer Promotions Manager' Hoban created sports marketing programs centered around the NASL, NCAA Soccer and US Soccer youth programs ... Hoban led Nike in establishing the first-ever integrated youth soccer promotions program which resulted in support programs for targeted youth soccer associations and, ultimately, the Nike 'Friendship Cup' ...

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