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Bart McGhee
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Bart McGhee

1986 Inductee




ALS Champion


Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Champion

Forward who played for the United States in the 1930 World Cup and scored the first goal of the United States’ opening game in that inaugural World Cup. McGhee, who was born in Scotland and came to America as a child, played 10 seasons in the American Soccer League, appearing in 352 games and scoring 138 goals. He won a U.S. Open Cup in 1928 with New York Nationals and scored one of the goals of the New York Giants’ dramatic comeback in the 1932 ASL final. Inducted in 1986.

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