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November 18, 1990
Scoop Stanisic, the goalkeeper released by the Baltimore Blast on Nov. 8, has signed with the Hershey Impact of the National Professional Soccer League, the Impact announced yesterday.Stanisic played for the Impact most recently in 1988-89, going 17-15 with an 8.49 goals-against average."We are very excited to have someone of Scoop's caliber and experience back in Hershey," said Jim Carabin, Impact general manager. "We feel that he will bring leadership and enthusiasm both on and off the field."
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By Henry Chu and Henry Chu,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 14, 2003
BELGRADE, Serbia-Montenegro - A day after Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic was gunned down, the government announced yesterday that it had arrested or detained 58 people in connection with the assassination, including two men believed to have been involved in some of the worst atrocities of the Balkan civil wars. Acting Prime Minister Nebojsa Covic said a successor to Djindjic would be nominated Sunday. After a day of intensive manhunts under a government-declared state of emergency, police said 56 people had been detained on suspicion of conspiring in Wednesday's sharpshooter ambush on Djindjic, who was shot as he walked into his office building.
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By Bill Free | November 17, 1990
Scoop Stanisic has turned down a contract offer from the San Diego Sockers because, he said yesterday, "It was not enough to make it worthwhile to go out there.""San Diego has made me an offer, but it is not acceptable," said Stanisic, a goalkeeper who was released by the Baltimore Blast on Nov. 8. "They said they couldn't give me any more because of the salary cap [$635,000 for a Major Soccer League team]."Stanisic, 27, is a fifth-year player in the MSL and would command at least $25,000 for one season.
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November 9, 1996
Opponent: Harrisburg HeatSite: State Farm Show Arena, Harrisburg, Pa.Time: 7: 35Radio: WWLG (1360 AM), WASA (1330 AM)Outlook: This is the first meeting of the season between the I-83 rivals. The Heat leads the series, 19-13, and has a 13-4 edge at home. The game will mark the Spirit debut of Bo Vuckovic (from the Tampa Bay Terror) and Jimmy Glenn (from the Cincinnati Silverbacks), both acquired to bolster the National Professional Soccer League's third-worst offense. Domenic Mobilio, back from the Canadian national team, will play his first game for the Heat this season.
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By Bill Free | November 11, 1990
Scoop Stanisic was banned in Baltimore last week, but he could be wearing a San Diego Sockers uniform very soon.Moments after the Sockers turned back the Baltimore Blast, 8-7, Friday night at the Baltimore Arena, Stanisic was seen talking to San Diego coach Ron Newman in the hallway outside the Sockers locker room.Newman said after the conversation with Stanisic that he would like to sign the goalkeeper who was released by the Blast (2-4) Thursday."I don't know if we can do it," said Newman.
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By Bill Free | November 9, 1990
The Baltimore Blast released goalkeeper Scoop Stanisic yesterday and signed Hank Henry to a one-year contract as a backup for the injured Scott Manning, who will be out at least another week.Henry, 25, will start in goal tonight against the six-time Major Soccer League champion San Diego Sockers (1-5) at the Baltimore Arena at 8:05.Henry, a former Dallas Sidekicks backup, arrived in Baltimore late Wednesday night from his home in Anaheim, Calif. He had worked out six times with the Sockers in hopes of catching on as a backup to Victor Nogueira.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Evening Sun Staff | October 23, 1990
When Blast owner Ed Hale said backup goalkeeper Scoop Stanisic would see more playing time this season, he probably didn't know exactly how profound he was being.Today, Stanisic is the Blast's No. 1 goalkeeper, after Scott Manning strained an ankle ligament in practice yesterday. Manning, whose left ankle was placed in a hard cast, is expected to be out for up to three weeks.The good news is forward/defender Tim Wittman passed his physical yesterday and has been given clearance to return to practice.
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By Bill Free | November 5, 1990
Baltimore Blast coach Kenny Cooper said last night that he is "disappointed" with goalkeeper Scoop Stanisic's play in the past four games and is prepared to sign another goalkeeper as soon as today.Cooper, upset with the Blast's 2-3 start, said: "Scoop's vulnerable from long range. Teams have picked up on it, and they're taking advantage of it. I know Kansas City picked up on it Saturday night [during a 6-5 Comets victory at Baltimore Arena]."Cooper wouldn't comment on the possibility that Stanisic might be released to make room for the new goalkeeper.
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By Bill Free | November 6, 1990
Goalkeeper Scoop Stanisic was still a member of the Baltimore Blast yesterday, but his days appeared to be numbered.Blast coach Kenny Cooper continued his search for another goalkeeper, apparently to handle Stanisic's backup role until starter Scott Manning returns from a sprained left ankle.Cooper refused again to name any goalkeeper he is seeking to sign."At this point, all I can say is we're still having conversations [with prospective goalies]," said Cooper. "We haven't come to terms with anybody.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Evening Sun Staff | November 7, 1990
Goalkeeper Scoop Stanisic is still with the Blast today, but only because U.S. World Cup goalkeeper Tony Meola could not free himself of commitments in England in time to be here by Friday."
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November 24, 1994
Soccer:Thornton boosts U.S.Loyola's star goalie Zach Thornton played well in his first international competition and Frank Klopas scored two goals to lead the U.S. national team to a 3-0 exhibition victory over host Jamaica on Tuesday. U.S. goalie Scoop Stanisic injured his calf during practice and did not play. Thornton replaced starting goalie Marcus Hahnemann in the 69th minute and made two outstanding saves.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | July 3, 1994
The Baltimore Bays have an offense, after all.Tarik Walker and Rob Elliott scored second-half goals to give the Bays a 2-0 win over the Columbia Heat last night before 209 at UMBC Stadium. The Bays were shut out Friday night by the Washington Mustangs.Walker, who leads the Bays with five goals -- all in the past seven games -- scored the first goal with 27:15 left. Elliott scored a free-kick shootout goal with 6:07 remaining."I noticed they had only three people on their wall, making it easy to play around it," Walker said.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | June 19, 1994
Last night's effort was a welcome sight to the Baltimore Bays. It was one that found results.The Bays scored in the opening minutes against the visiting Charlotte Eagles, added another midway through the first half and stayed in control throughout to come away with a much-needed 3-0 win before 1,227 at UMBC Stadium.The win broke a five-game losing streak for the Bays and avenged an earlier loss to the Eagles.The effort has been with the Bays (3-9) most of the season, but that hard work hasn't netted positive results.
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By From Staff Reports | May 22, 1994
FAIRFAX, Va. -- Steve Nichols scored off an assist from Joe Koziol two minutes into overtime to lead the Baltimore Bays (2-4) past the Washington Mustangs, 2-1, in a USISL game at Washington & Lee High School yesterday.The Bays scored first when Mark Mettrick scored at 18:00 of the first half on a penalty kick. The Mustangs tied the score with 41 seconds left in regulation, as Jose Valencia scored on Bays goalie Scoop Stanisic (7 saves).
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September 30, 1991
The San Francisco Bay Blackhawks managed to do what the Maryland Bays couldn't, outshoot Albany on penalty kicks, 4-3, and win the American Professional Soccer League championship.In front of a home crowd of 12,411 in San Jose State Stadium, San Francisco used goals by Townsend Qin and Marcelo Balboa to even the finals at one game apiece, with a 2-0 victory in Game 2.It then was forced to out-shoot Albany on penalty kicks, when the 30-minute mini-game ended in a draw.For Albany it looked like a replay of the semifinal, where it had defeated the Maryland Bays.
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By Bill Free | September 6, 1991
Maryland Bays coach Gary Hindley said he went into the 1991 season trying to keep all his talented players happy.But in the end, Hindley said yesterday: "I'm not sure if I kept anybody happy. But someone has to be in charge."Even though Hindley didn't win any popularity contests this season, he won a lot of games. The Bays established an American Professional Soccer League record with 19 wins (19-2) and breezed to a first-place finish in the Western Conference with 158 points.The San Francisco Bay Blackhawks, who were the overwhelming preseason choices to win the West, finished a distant second with 124 points and a 17-4 record.
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By Bill Free | November 7, 1990
Negotiations to sign U.S. national team goalkeeper Tony Meola to a contract with the Baltimore Blast fell through yesterday, leaving Scoop Stanisic as the likely starter against the San Diego Sockers at the Baltimore Arena Friday night."
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September 30, 1991
The San Francisco Bay Blackhawks managed to do what the Maryland Bays couldn't, outshoot Albany on penalty kicks, 4-3, and win the American Professional Soccer League championship.In front of a home crowd of 12,411 in San Jose State Stadium, San Francisco used goals by Townsend Qin and Marcelo Balboa to even the finals at one game apiece, with a 2-0 victory in Game 2.It then was forced to out-shoot Albany on penalty kicks, when the 30-minute mini-game ended in a draw.For Albany it looked like a replay of the semifinal, where it had defeated the Maryland Bays.
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November 18, 1990
Scoop Stanisic, the goalkeeper released by the Baltimore Blast on Nov. 8, has signed with the Hershey Impact of the National Professional Soccer League, the Impact announced yesterday.Stanisic played for the Impact most recently in 1988-89, going 17-15 with an 8.49 goals-against average."We are very excited to have someone of Scoop's caliber and experience back in Hershey," said Jim Carabin, Impact general manager. "We feel that he will bring leadership and enthusiasm both on and off the field."
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By Bill Free | November 17, 1990
Scoop Stanisic has turned down a contract offer from the San Diego Sockers because, he said yesterday, "It was not enough to make it worthwhile to go out there.""San Diego has made me an offer, but it is not acceptable," said Stanisic, a goalkeeper who was released by the Baltimore Blast on Nov. 8. "They said they couldn't give me any more because of the salary cap [$635,000 for a Major Soccer League team]."Stanisic, 27, is a fifth-year player in the MSL and would command at least $25,000 for one season.
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