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What Scouts Say: "Central defender and three-time Defender of the Year in his conference ... Reads game unbelievably well ... For the last year or so he has had ankle problem ... Two-footed ... Steps into the ball well ... Weakness is his first couple of steps ... Typical English central defender ala John Terry. Simple, old school and very good in the air ... Strength is his overall command of the game ... He can play at MLS level ... One downfall is speed over 10 yards, but he rarely gets beat for pace ... Plays like a Michael Parkhurst or Chris Wingert ... Defensive center mid is another option for him in MLS. Played there sometimes for Hofstra ... Played 2011 season on a bad ankle and after intensive therapy in the summer, he's getting better and better ... Needs to get fitter ... Discovered among semi-pros in English lower divisions ... Did not come through the youth system of a particular team ... A leader and a guy who stands out."
Third season on the Hofstra Soccer roster...Named to the Hermann Trophy Watch List by the Missouri Athletic Club...
2011: Colonial Athletic Association Defensive Player of the Year…First team All-Colonial Athletic Association selection…First team NSCAA All-South Atlantic Region pick…Was just the third player in CAA history to receive Defensive Player of the Year honors two times and just the second to win it in
back-to-back years…Played and started 15 games, notching a team-high five goals and an assist…Needed just 12 shots to score five goals for a squad-leading .417 shooting percentage…Finished second on the team with 11 points…Notched a season high with two goals and four points against George Mason…Had a stretch of three goals in four games, scoring against Towson, Northeastern and Delaware…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…
2010: Colonial Athletic Association Defensive Player of the Year…Colonial Athletic Association Rookie of the Year…First-team All-CAA selection…Second-team NSCAA All-Region pick…Named to all-tournament team at Brown Soccer Classic…Started 18 games for the Pride as a central defender…Finished the season with two goals and one assist…Scored the game-winning goal in the regular season finale against James Madison to clinch a postseason bid for the Pride….Scored the game’s only goal late in the second half of a 1-0 win over Georgia State…Assisted on the golden goal in overtime against Drexel on Oct. 20…
High School: Attended Stanley High School in Southport, England...Played club soccer for five years...Helped his team to a Lancashire Cup championship...Named Supporters Player of the Year for three straight years...
Club: Plays with Greek-Americans in New York and played PDL with Reading
Personal: Has an older sister, a younger sister and a younger brother...Nicknamed "Fozzy"...Started playing soccer at age 4...Lists Mikel Arteta as his favorite athlete...Names “The Book of Lost Things” as his favorite book and “The InBetweeners” as his favorite TV show...Lists snooker amongst his hobbies.