Gogie Stewart

Jan 02, 1929
170 cm
Where they grew up
International "A" Level - CAN MNT
4 Appearances
4 Starts
2 Goals
0 Assists


Gogie Stewart
Gordon Selkirk Stewart... soccer family (nephew Peter Stanley)... married to wife Doris (they had five sons)... worked as a safety officer at a pulp mill in Prince George, BC... suffered from Alzheimer's disease for the last five years of his life... he was 74 years old when he passed away on 12 May 2003... 
a three-time Canada Soccer Championship winner (1950, 1955, 1960) and six-time Pacific Coast League winner (1952-53, 1956, 1957, 1959, 1960-61, 1964-65)... a 11-time all-star selection in a 13-year span from 1949 to 1961 (including All Canada selections in 1956, 1957 and 1960)... over the course of one decade, he was the Pacific Coast League’s seventh-highest scorer in the 1950s with 55 goals scored... in 2012, was honoured by The Soccer Hall of Fame as one of “Canada Soccer’s Best XI in 50 Years: 1912-1962”... in lacrosse, a two-time Mann Cup winner (1949, 1956)... 
as noted in 1950 all-star program, “possesses very good ball control, is good dribbler - a powerful shot to back it up”... wrote Austin Delany in 1951, Gogie was “an outside left and the best hereabouts when he plays there”... as noted in a 1951 all-star program, one of the cleverest soccer players around with brilliant ball control; hits a ball beautifully and possesses powerful shot; always in the pink of physical condition; an all-round athlete”... as noted in the Calgary Herald in 1955, Stewart was “just about the best Canadian to ever play soccer”... said Lou Moro in 1953, “Gogie was one of the most competitive athletes I’ve ever seen. He had a very fiery nature and gave you 150 percent in every game. At times, I thought he was a little too fiery, but there’s no question that he was a winner in every sport he played”... as noted by The Globe and Mail in 2003, Gogie was known for “his adept ball control, clever playmaking and powerful shot”...

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