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Thomas Florie
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Thomas Florie

1986 Inductee

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1932, 1941

Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Champion

Forward who was captain of the United States team at the first World Cup in 1930. Florie played 10 seasons in the American Soccer League for Harrison, Providence, Fall River and New Bedford, scoring 126 goals in his 317 ASL games. He played eight full internationals for the United States, including all four United States games at the 1930 and 1934 World Cups. After the end of the original ASL, he won two U.S. Open Cup titles, for New Bedford in 1932 and Pawtucket in 1941. Inducted in 1986.

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