Dr. Joe Machnik is the Renaissance Man of American Soccer
Dr Joe Machnik is currently the soccer rules analyst for Fox Sports, but his past goes all the way back to being an All-American goalkeeper at Long Island University, a coach who led LIU at age 23 to the 1966 NCAA title game, who coached ice hockey and mens and women's soccer at the University of New Haven, who was an assistant coach on the U.S. men’s 1990 World Cup team, a referee who worked the 1988 NCAA title game, a FIFA match commissioner, a director of officials for three U.S. pro leagues and the creator of the popular No. 1 Soccer Camps. He was recently inducted as a Builder into the National Soccer Hall of Fame.
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