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Geoff Wegerle is a South African former football (soccer) forward who played professionally in Europe, South Africa and the North American Soccer League. Wegerle scored 20 goals when his club Arcadia Shepherds won the South African treble in 1974. He played for Feyenoord from 1975 to 1976, along with his brother Steve. In 1978, Wegerle played for the Oakland Stompers of the North American Soccer League. He returned to the league in 1983 for two seasons with the Toronto Blizzard. Wegerle played for the independent Tampa Bay Rowdies in 1986. In January 1987, he signed with the Rowdies as they were playing in the American Indoor Soccer Association. In December 1987, the Rowdies signed Wegerle for the upcoming American Soccer League season. Both of his brothers, Steve and Roy, have also played

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  • Geoff Wegerle is a South African former football (soccer) forward who played professionally in Europe, South Africa and the North American Soccer League. Wegerle scored 20 goals when his club Arcadia Shepherds won the South African treble in 1974. He played for Feyenoord from 1975 to 1976, along with his brother Steve. In 1978, Wegerle played for the Oakland Stompers of the North American Soccer League. He returned to the league in 1983 for two seasons with the Toronto Blizzard. Wegerle played for the independent Tampa Bay Rowdies in 1986. In January 1987, he signed with the Rowdies as they were playing in the American Indoor Soccer Association. In December 1987, the Rowdies signed Wegerle for the upcoming American Soccer League season. Both of his brothers, Steve and Roy, have also played
  • Geoff Wegerle is a South African former football (soccer) forward who played professionally in Europe, South Africa and the North American Soccer League. Wegerle scored 20 goals when his club Arcadia Shepherds won the South African treble in 1974. He played for Feyenoord in Rotterdam from 1975 to 1976, along with his brother Steve. They finished 2nd with Feyenoord in the Dutch competition in that 1975/1976 season, with 88 goals for and 40 goals against. In 1978, Wegerle played for the Oakland Stompers of the North American Soccer League. He returned to the league in 1983 for two seasons with the Toronto Blizzard. Wegerle played for the independent Tampa Bay Rowdies in 1986. In January 1987, he signed with the Rowdies as they were playing in the American Indoor Soccer Association. In Decemb
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  • Geoff Wegerle is a South African former football (soccer) forward who played professionally in Europe, South Africa and the North American Soccer League. Wegerle scored 20 goals when his club Arcadia Shepherds won the South African treble in 1974. He played for Feyenoord from 1975 to 1976, along with his brother Steve. In 1978, Wegerle played for the Oakland Stompers of the North American Soccer League. He returned to the league in 1983 for two seasons with the Toronto Blizzard. Wegerle played for the independent Tampa Bay Rowdies in 1986. In January 1987, he signed with the Rowdies as they were playing in the American Indoor Soccer Association. In December 1987, the Rowdies signed Wegerle for the upcoming American Soccer League season. Both of his brothers, Steve and Roy, have also played for the Rowdies over the course of their careers.
  • Geoff Wegerle is a South African former football (soccer) forward who played professionally in Europe, South Africa and the North American Soccer League. Wegerle scored 20 goals when his club Arcadia Shepherds won the South African treble in 1974. He played for Feyenoord in Rotterdam from 1975 to 1976, along with his brother Steve. They finished 2nd with Feyenoord in the Dutch competition in that 1975/1976 season, with 88 goals for and 40 goals against. In 1978, Wegerle played for the Oakland Stompers of the North American Soccer League. He returned to the league in 1983 for two seasons with the Toronto Blizzard. Wegerle played for the independent Tampa Bay Rowdies in 1986. In January 1987, he signed with the Rowdies as they were playing in the American Indoor Soccer Association. In December 1987, the Rowdies signed Wegerle for the upcoming American Soccer League season. Both of his brothers, Steve and Roy, have also played for the Rowdies over the course of their careers.
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