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Doug McMahon (CAN)

Canada Soccer Hall of Fame

Date of birth: 1917-10-16
Birthplace: Winnipeg, MB, CAN
Raised: Winnipeg, MB, CAN
Date of death: 1997-04-16
All Positions: Hall of Fame honoured member
Team Honours: Dominion of Canada Championship winner (1948)
Profile Text Last Updated 2017-05-13
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Douglas Alexander McMahon... soccer family (father referee Sandy)... his father was born in Scotland... served in World War II for the Royal Canadian Navy (19 June 1941 to 31 August 1945)... a one-time Dominion national champion (1948)... he was 79 years old when he passed away on 16 April 1997... as noted in 1946 by the Montréal Gazette, he was a “fleet footed” forward... in 1950, he was one of 16 footballers shortlisted in a Best in 50 Years poll by The Canadian Press... in 2012, he was honoured by The Soccer Hall of Fame as one of “Canada Soccer’s Best XI in 50 Years: 1912-1962”... 

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served as coach of Montreal Sparta in 1956...

Year Prize Honour
2012 Top 100 Men's Footballers Canada Soccer Centennial Timeline
2002 Honoured Player / Joueur honoré Canada Soccer Hall of Fame
1950 Finalist The Canadian Press Best in 50 Years Footballers
1948 Winner / Gagnant Top Scorer of the Challenge Trophy
End Date Team Coach National Team Project Club Age
1949-11-25 CAN MNT .. [1949-11] All-star soccer for the Triner Trophy 32
1947-10-17 CAN MNT Ted Slade [1947-10] All-star soccer for the Triner Trophy 30


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