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Tony Bono

Football player from United States of America

Anthony "Tony" Bono is a retired American soccer player who played professionally in the Major Indoor Soccer League, American Indoor Soccer Association, National Professional Soccer League and Lone Star Soccer Alliance. Bono graduated from Frankford High School where he was a 1979 First Team and 1980 Second Team All State soccer player. Bono then attended Drexel University where he was a 1984 first team All American soccer player. In 1985, the Minnesota Strikers of the Major Indoor Soccer League drafted Bono in the third round. In December 1987, the Strikers waived Bono. On January 15, 1988, the Chicago Sting signed Bono to a ten day contract. The Sting kept Bono on the roster until they folded at the end of the season. Bono then spent the summer season with the Houston Dynamos of the Lone Star Soccer Alliance. The Dynamos went to the championship game where they fell to Dallas Mean Green. In the fall of 1988, Bono signed with the Hershey Impact of the American Indoor Soccer Association but was traded to the Dayton Dynamo on November 2, 1988 for a second round draft pick and cash. He remained with the Dynamo until 1996. In January 1995, Bono became head coach of the Dynamo. The  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Place of birth
Philadelphia
Nationality
United States of America

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