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Don Tobin is an English retired footballer that played in numerous leagues including the English Football League, the League of Ireland, the American Soccer League, and Major Indoor Soccer League. Since 1995 he has coached at various levels in the Tampa Bay Area, most often with women's teams.
As a youth, Tobin spent a brief period with the Everton Academy before catching on at age 16 with the First Division senior club, Everton in 1971. From there he moved to Rochdale of the Third Division for three years. He spent one season at Witton Albion F.C. and one in Ireland at Sligo Rovers F.C. before moving to the United States. While at Rovers he was part of the side that reached the 1977–78 FAI Cup finals. For many years he spent summers with outdoor teams and winters playing indoor soccer. From 1978–1980 he played for the California Sunshine and joined the indoor Wichita Wings of MISL from 1980–82. From 1981–1983 he played for the Carolina Lightnin' outdoors and from 1982–1984 with Los Angeles Lazers indoors. With a goal and an assist, Tobin was named MVP of the 1981 ASL finals, which Carolina won, 2–1. He would spend the next three indoor seasons with the American Indoor Soccer Association's Canton Invaders, winning AISA titles in 1984–85 and 1985–86. Tobin was an AISA all-star and league MVP in 1985–86 for the Invaders. He had brief hitches outdoors with the Rochester Flash and Tulsa Tornados of the short-lived, United Soccer League. In 1988, he found his way to the Tampa Bay Rowdies, who at the time were playing in the third incarnation of the ASL. Tobin was player/coach for the indoor Memphis Rogues at the start of the 1989–89 season and finished out his playing career with the Orlando Lions in the American Professional Soccer League.
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