|Date of death:||2014-11-02|
|Team Honours:||Dominion of Canada Football Championship winner (1950), Pacific Coast League winner (1951-52)|
William Andrew Mitchell McAllister... born 1925... he was a teenager when he served in the British Airborne Division... he moved to Vancouver, BC, CAN in 1948... he was 89 years old when he passed away on 2 November 2014 in Burnaby, BC, CAN... wrote a book, A Time To Remember, which chronicled the horrors of war..
served as director of athletics at Royal Roads Military College... served as Technical Director for the British Columbia Soccer Association... served as a coach in Canada Soccer’s men’s national and men’s Olympic programs...
|End Date||Team||Coach||National Team Project||Role|
|1975-08-11||CAN OLY||Bill McAllister||[1975-07] International Competitions||Head Coach|
|1973-10-11||CAN OLY||Bill McAllister||[1973-10] International Tour of Europe||Head Coach|
|1973-08-06||CAN MNT||Frank Pike||[1973-08] International Soccer Series||Assistant Coach|
|1973-05-24||CAN MNT||Frank Pike||[1973-05] Canada Selects camp||Assistant Coach|
|1973-03-01||canm20||Alan Ross||[1973-02] CONCACAF Juvenile Tournament||Assistant Coach|
|1973-02-16||canm20||Alan Ross||[1973-02] Men’s U-19 pre-tournament camp||Assistant Coach|