Where are they now - The Vancouver Sun

#1 - Phil Parkes - Goalkeeper The Wolverhampton Wanderers FC legend moved back to the English Midlands where he works as a roofer. #2 - Ray Lewington - Midfielder Serves as first team coach with English Premier League club Fulham FC. #3 - Bob McNab - Defender Lives in Los Angeles, where he works as a property developer. His Vancouver-born daughter, Mercedes McNab, is an actress who is perhaps best known from Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the spin-off show Angel. #4 - John Craven - Defender The veteran of four English clubs passed away from a heart attack in the United States in 1996. #5 - Bob Lenarduzzi - Defender President of Vancouver Whitecaps FC. #6 - Roger Kenyon - Defender Runs BLUENOSE Promotions Limited, which is a company that organizes events involving former players of Everton FC in England. #7 - Buzz Parsons - Defender Lives in Victoria where he is actively involved in the local soccer scene on Vancouver Island and part of the coaching staff with FC Victoria. #8 - Jon Sammels - Midfielder Works as a driving instructor in Leicester, England. #9 - Trevor Whymark - Forward After a spell of coaching at holiday camps and his own football schools he now is a van sales driver for a poultry farm in his native England. #10 - Bob Bolitho - Defender The former Canadian international lives in Victoria where he has works with local charities. #11 - Kevin Hector - Forward Lives in Derby, England, where he was a postman after retiring from professional soccer. #17 - Peter Daniel - Defender Currently the manager of English non-league club Winterton Rangers FC in North Lincolinshire. #18 - Dan Lenarduzzi - Defender Spent 10 years in the marketing industry before becoming the Whitecaps director of youth development. #20 - Willie Johnston - Forward Manages a pub called The Portbrae Bar in the Scottish town of Kirkcaldy. #21 - Carl Valentine - Forward Head coach of Coastal WFC U-13 boys team, an affiliate of the Whitecaps, in the USL Super Y-League. He also serves as director of boys program for the Total Soccer Systems (TSS) Player Development Academy in Richmond. #22 - Bruce Grobbelaar - Goalkeeper The former Zimbabwe international and Liverpool FC legend continues to appear as a keeper in charity matches. #23 - Alan Ball - Midfield A World Cup winner with England in 1966, Ball was a manager at several clubs in English soccer before releasing his critically acclaimed autobiography called Playing Extra Time in 2004. Ball passed away from a sudden heart attack on April 25, 2007, at his home in Warsash, Hampshire, England. #24 - Derek Possee - Forward Staff member with Play Active School Soccer in Surrey and an assistant academy coach with the Surrey United Performance Academy. #28 - Steve Nesin - Forward Lives in Coquitlam where he works as a case manager with WorkSafeBC. #29 - Carl Shearer - Defender A sports medicine physician, with a special interest in soccer, with New West Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Centre and a soccer coach with the Golden Ears United Soccer Club in Maple Ridge. Head Coach - Tony Waiters Having led Canada to its only World Cup appearance in Mexico in 1986, Waiters has run the soccer coaching and teaching company called World of Soccer since 1982 and is the head goalkeeping coach with the Surrey United Performance Academy. © The Vancouver Sun 2008