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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | September 22, 1994
Hours before training camp opened yesterday, the Spirit took steps to reinforce the depleted offense.The Spirit signed Jean Harbor and Philip Gyau, both former Maryland Bays who are playing for the Montreal Impact of the outdoor American Professional Soccer League. Harbor, 29, and Gyau, 28, are offensive players who work well together."Jean is one of the top scoring threats in American outdoor soccer," said Spirit coach Dave MacWilliams after the club's opening 1 3/4 -hour workout at Du Burns Arena.
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By Ryan Bacic, The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2014
When Phillip Gyau was inducted into the Maryland Soccer Hall of Fame in 2008, his 15-year-old son had to take the day off. As Joseph Gyau came to know, the national team's residency program isn't for the faint of heart. “A profession like this starts early,” said Amina Gyau, Joseph's mother. Now 21, Joseph continues to climb the ladder: He signed in June with the Under-23 team of Borussia Dortmund, a Champions League staple and one of the two most prominent clubs in Germany's Bundesliga.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | November 10, 1994
The other half of what the Spirit hoped would be a one-two offensive combination has disintegrated. First Jean Harbor, now Philip Gyau.The Spirit yesterday released Gyau, a former Maryland Bay who was slow in making the transition to indoor soccer.No sooner had the Spirit released Gyau than it signed Pat O'Kelly, 27, a former All-American from Seton Hall. The Dublin, Ireland, native will join the team for games tomorrow at the Chicago Power and Saturday at the Canton Invaders."Pat's style is similar to Brad Smith's," said Spirit coach Dave MacWilliams, referring to the rugged target man obtained last week from the Dayton Dynamo.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | November 10, 1994
The other half of what the Spirit hoped would be a one-two offensive combination has disintegrated. First Jean Harbor, now Philip Gyau.The Spirit yesterday released Gyau, a former Maryland Bay who was slow in making the transition to indoor soccer.No sooner had the Spirit released Gyau than it signed Pat O'Kelly, 27, a former All-American from Seton Hall. The Dublin, Ireland, native will join the team for games tomorrow at the Chicago Power and Saturday at the Canton Invaders."Pat's style is similar to Brad Smith's," said Spirit coach Dave MacWilliams, referring to the rugged target man obtained last week from the Dayton Dynamo.
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By Bill Free | May 21, 1991
The talent-rich Maryland Bays will become even more loaded tomorrow, when last season's Most Valuable Player, Phillip Gyau, reports to the team after recuperating from a hip injury for five weeks in his home country, Ghana.Gyau, a forward, scored 12 goals and had six assists to lead the Bays to the American Professional Soccer League championship last season.Gyau injured his hip in the off-season while playing outdoor soccer in the Belgian first division and went to Ghana to visit his family and recover from the injury.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Evening Sun Staff | June 7, 1991
Phillip Gyau, the American Professional Soccer League's MVP of a year ago, officially returned to the Bays yesterday afternoon.The groans from elsewhere around the league almost could be heard inside the Columbia Inn, where Bays coach Gary Hindley couldn't keep the smile off his face.The Bays are already 5-0.They have Jean Harbor, who leads the APSL with 11 points (four goals, three assists). Harbor was honored as the team's Player of the Month yesterday.The Bays also have Brian Haynes, a forward Hindley brought with him this season from Orlando.
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By Rick Belz | August 5, 1991
The Maryland Bays clinched an American Professional Soccer League playoff spot with a 5-0 victory over the Albany Capitals last night at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia.The five goals give the Bays 43 for the year, breaking the single-season league record, which they had set last season.The victory was the Bays' 15th of the season, which ties a league record set last season by the Bays, Fort Lauderdale Strikers and San Francisco Bay Blackhawks. The Bays have lost twice.The five goals equaled the Bays' highest output this season.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | September 30, 1994
In a trade four months in the making, the Spirit finally has brought Kevin Sloan back home.The club's flurry of trading activity continued yesterday with the acquisition of midfielder Sloan and goalie Joe Mallia from the Dayton Dynamo for Clark Brisson and Rob Ukrop.Last week, in the space of 48 hours, the Spirit signed former Maryland Bays Jean Harbor and Philip Gyau, and Jon Parry, the fifth-leading goal scorer in the National Professional Soccer League last season.The moves primarily were designed to strengthen an offense weakened by the failure of last season's top scorers to return, but also to have a seasoned backup for No. 1 goalie Cris Vaccaro.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | September 30, 1994
In a trade four months in the making, the Spirit finally has brought Kevin Sloan back home.The club's flurry of trading activity continued yesterday with the acquisition of midfielder Sloan and goalie Joe Mallia from the Dayton Dynamo for Clark Brisson and Rob Ukrop.Last week, in the space of 48 hours, the Spirit signed former Maryland Bays Jean Harbor and Philip Gyau, and Jon Parry, the fifth-leading goal scorer in the National Professional Soccer League last season.The moves primarily were designed to strengthen an offense weakened by the failure of last season's top scorers to return, but also to have a seasoned backup for No. 1 goalie Cris Vaccaro.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Evening Sun Staff | August 5, 1991
COLUMBIA -- The Maryland Bays clinched a spot in the American Professional Soccer League playoffs last night and they did it in style.Phillip Gyau, the APSL's Player of the Year last season, unleashed two goals and assisted on another, while goalkeeper Steve Powers shut out Albany for a 5-0 victory."
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | October 26, 1994
Their Spirit debuts delayed by injuries, Jean Harbor and Philip Gyau are expected to play Nov. 4 and 5 here against the Canton Invaders and Cleveland Crunch.Both played the outdoor season for the Montreal Impact of the American Professional Soccer League. Gyau is recovering from arthroscopic knee surgery last month, Harbor from a general battering."I'm jogging and striking [kicking] a little this week," Gyau said. "I'll practice with the team starting Monday and be ready for Canton and Cleveland."
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | September 30, 1994
In a trade four months in the making, the Spirit finally has brought Kevin Sloan back home.The club's flurry of trading activity continued yesterday with the acquisition of midfielder Sloan and goalie Joe Mallia from the Dayton Dynamo for Clark Brisson and Rob Ukrop.Last week, in the space of 48 hours, the Spirit signed former Maryland Bays Jean Harbor and Philip Gyau, and Jon Parry, the fifth-leading goal scorer in the National Professional Soccer League last season.The moves primarily were designed to strengthen an offense weakened by the failure of last season's top scorers to return, but also to have a seasoned backup for No. 1 goalie Cris Vaccaro.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | September 30, 1994
In a trade four months in the making, the Spirit finally has brought Kevin Sloan back home.The club's flurry of trading activity continued yesterday with the acquisition of midfielder Sloan and goalie Joe Mallia from the Dayton Dynamo for Clark Brisson and Rob Ukrop.Last week, in the space of 48 hours, the Spirit signed former Maryland Bays Jean Harbor and Philip Gyau, and Jon Parry, the fifth-leading goal scorer in the National Professional Soccer League last season.The moves primarily were designed to strengthen an offense weakened by the failure of last season's top scorers to return, but also to have a seasoned backup for No. 1 goalie Cris Vaccaro.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | September 22, 1994
Hours before training camp opened yesterday, the Spirit took steps to reinforce the depleted offense.The Spirit signed Jean Harbor and Philip Gyau, both former Maryland Bays who are playing for the Montreal Impact of the outdoor American Professional Soccer League. Harbor, 29, and Gyau, 28, are offensive players who work well together."Jean is one of the top scoring threats in American outdoor soccer," said Spirit coach Dave MacWilliams after the club's opening 1 3/4 -hour workout at Du Burns Arena.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | March 10, 1992
Two of the top players in the history of the now-defunct Maryland Bays will play for the Tampa Bay Rowdies this summer in the five-team American Professional Soccer League. A third Bays standout is expected to sign with the Rowdies this week.Shalia Kurts, Rowdies executive secretary, said yesterday that former Bays Phillip Gyau, the 1990 American Soccer League most valuable player, and Kevin Sloan, who was third in the 1991 APSL MVP voting, have signed contracts with Tampa Bay.Kurts said the Rowdies expect to come to terms with the 1991 APSL MVP Jean Harbor by the end of the week.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Evening Sun Staff | August 5, 1991
COLUMBIA -- The Maryland Bays clinched a spot in the American Professional Soccer League playoffs last night and they did it in style.Phillip Gyau, the APSL's Player of the Year last season, unleashed two goals and assisted on another, while goalkeeper Steve Powers shut out Albany for a 5-0 victory."
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By Bill Free | September 22, 1990
Pete Caringi is worried.The Maryland Bays coach doesn't know how his team is going to react to all the pomp and circumstance surrounding tonight's 8:05 game with the San Francisco Bay Blackhawks for the American Professional Soccer League championship at Boston University's Nickerson Field."
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Evening Sun Staff | May 3, 1991
When the Maryland Bays open defense of their American Professional Soccer League championship tomorrow on the road against the Penn-Jersey Spirit, they will do so with a stronger team than they had a year ago.The problem is that three of the Bays' top players -- Desmond Armstrong, Bruce Murray and Jeff Agoos -- also are members of the U.S. National team and will be available only sporadically throughout the season."
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By Rick Belz | August 5, 1991
The Maryland Bays clinched an American Professional Soccer League playoff spot with a 5-0 victory over the Albany Capitals last night at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia.The five goals give the Bays 43 for the year, breaking the single-season league record, which they had set last season.The victory was the Bays' 15th of the season, which ties a league record set last season by the Bays, Fort Lauderdale Strikers and San Francisco Bay Blackhawks. The Bays have lost twice.The five goals equaled the Bays' highest output this season.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Evening Sun Staff | June 7, 1991
Phillip Gyau, the American Professional Soccer League's MVP of a year ago, officially returned to the Bays yesterday afternoon.The groans from elsewhere around the league almost could be heard inside the Columbia Inn, where Bays coach Gary Hindley couldn't keep the smile off his face.The Bays are already 5-0.They have Jean Harbor, who leads the APSL with 11 points (four goals, three assists). Harbor was honored as the team's Player of the Month yesterday.The Bays also have Brian Haynes, a forward Hindley brought with him this season from Orlando.
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