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NPSL: Rosters set for 9th All-Star Game
February 8th, 1996 12AM
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DiFlorio replaces injured Karic

The NPSL revised the lineups for its ninth All-Star Game set for Feb. 11 at the Kansas Coliseum in Wichita, Kan. The game will be televised on ESPN on a tape-delay basis at 12 a.m. ET Feb. 12.

Veteran Buffalo Blizzard forward Gino DiFlorio takes the roster spot of injured Cleveland Crunch striker Zoran Karic on the American Division team. Baltimore Spirit midfielder Franklin McIntosh starts in place of Karic, who was voted the co-MVP of the 1995 All-Star Game.

First-year Crunch coach Bruce Miller guides the American Division squad, while the Milwaukee Wave's Keith Tozer is the National coach.

American Division

Otto OrfGoalkeeperCleveland CrunchSecond
Richard ChinapooDefenderHarrisburg HeatThird
Mike StankovicDefenderBaltimore SpiritFirst
Marcelo CarreraMidfielderCan. InvadersFourth
Hector MarinaroForwardCleveland CrunchFourth
Franklin McIntoshMidfielderBalt. SpiritFifth
*Zoran KaricForwardCleveland CrunchFourth
Scoop StanisicGoalkeeperHarrisburg HeatThird
Denzil AntonioDefenderCanton InvadersSeventh
Scott SchweitzerDefenderCleveland CrunchFirst
Kris KeldermanDefenderTampa Bay TerrorFirst
Danny KellyMidfielderHarrisburg HeatFirst
Shawn MedvedForwardCincinnati SilverbacksFirst
Paul DoughertyForwardBuffalo BlizzardSecond
Gino DiFlorioForwardBuffalo BlizzardFourth
* -- injured, will not play

National Division

Victor NogueiraGoalkeeperMil. WaveSecond
Kevin HundeltDefenderSt. Louis AmbushThird
Kim RoentvedDefenderWichita WingsThird
Pato MargeticMidfielderDetroit RockersSixth
Goran HunjakForwardKansas City AttackThird
Mark MoserForwardSt. Louis AmbushSecond
Jamie SwannerGoalkeeperSt. L. AmbushNinth
Daryl DoranDefenderSt. Louis AmbushThird
Matt KnowlesDefenderMilwaukee WaveThird
Jim SchwabDefenderKansas City AttackFirst
Kevin KoettersMidfielderK.C. AttackSecond
Tony BonoMidfielderChicago PowerSixth
Michael KingForwardMilwaukee WaveSecond
Ted EckForwardWichita WingsFirst

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