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John Boulos

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Full nameJohn Boulos
Date of birthJune 7, 1921
Place of birthPort-au-Prince, Haiti
Date of deathJanuary 16, 2002(age 80)
Place of deathBrooklyn, New York, United States
Playing positionForward

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John "Frenchy" Boulos (born June 7, 1921 in Haiti; died January 16, 2002 in Brooklyn, New York) was a Haitian football (soccer) forward who spent most of his career in the American Soccer League and German American Soccer League. He is a member of the National Soccer Hall of Fame.

Boulos spent his early youth in Haiti, but moved with his family to the United States when he was nine. His family settled in Brooklyn, New York where he eventually attended the Manual Training School. The school team won the New York City Championship as Boulos led the league in scoring, being selected as league MVP. In addition to his school team, Boulos also played for the Bay Ridge Hearts junior team. At some point, he played for Sequra in the Metropolitcan League and then Brooklyn Hispano in the American Soccer League. During World War II, he joined the U.S. Army Air Forces and was stationed in India. When he returned from the war, Boulos rejoined Hispano, playing with them until 1949. That year, he moved to New York Hakoah. In 1953, he moved to Lithuanian Sport in the German American Soccer League, winning the GASL and New York State Cup titles in 1954.

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