May 19, 1994 |
The Salsa has sold Ian Feuer, a 6-foot-6 goalkeeper who started 19 American Professional Soccer League games for the team last season, to West Ham United of England's Premier Division for an undisclosed amount. Feuer, who had four shutouts and a 1.476 goals-against average, will be the first U.S. goalkeeper to join England's top level of soccer, the team said. The Salsa released midfielder Dale Ervine, a former indoor star who scored two goals in 18 starts last season.
August 4, 1994
The Salsa could not find the goal against the Montreal Impact, losing 2-0 in an American Professional Soccer League game Wednesday in front of 3,246 at Claude Robillard Stadium in Montreal. Montreal's Lloyd Barker scored the first goal, which was unassisted, 22 minutes into the game and the Impact's second goal came after its top scorer, Jean Harbor, kicked in the ball from the right corner at the 56-minute mark.
April 14, 1994
The Splash, Anaheim's new entry in the Continental Indoor Soccer League, selected Fullerton resident Phillip Gyau with its first pick in Wednesday's league draft in Washington, D.C. Gyau, a 6-foot-1, 170-pound forward, was most valuable player of the American Professional Soccer League in 1990 but has no indoor pro experience. The Splash selected him 38th overall.
April 23, 1993
The Salsa, which opens the American Professional Soccer League season May 1 against the Toronto Blizzard at Cal State Fullerton, put the finishing touches on its team Thursday by signing three players, including former UCLA standout and U.S. national team member Dale Ervine, to contracts.
January 18, 1995 |
The Salsa, which has competed the last two seasons in the American Professional Soccer League, has decided to sit out the 1995 season. Owner William De La Pena is reorganizing and restructuring the franchise and has asked the APSL to allow him to maintain his franchise rights, logo and player contracts. He also is considering a merger with the Vancouver 86ers, one of seven remaining APSL teams.
September 1, 1994
The Salsa took advantage of timely scheduling and a slumping opponent to move into second place by beating Ft. Lauderdale Wednesday night at Titan Stadium. The Salsa, winners of five of their last six games, defeated the Strikers, 5-1, before 2,852 in an American Professional Soccer League game. The loss was the eighth in a row for the last-place Strikers (3-9). The victory moved the Salsa (8-6) past Montreal in the standings.