1972 Miami Gatos season

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Miami Gatos
1972 season
Manager United States Sal DeRosa
Stadium Miami-Dade Stadium
NASL Eastern Division: fourth place
Top goalscorer League:
Bermuda Randy Horton
(9 goals)
All:
Bermuda Randy Horton
(9 goals)
Average home league attendance 2,112
Home colors
Away colors

The 1972 Miami Gatos season was the first and only season of the new team, and the club's sixth season in professional soccer. It is also the first ever incarnation of the club's new name. Previously, they were known as the Washington Darts. This year, the team finished in fourth place in the Southern Division. They did not make the North American Soccer League playoffs. At the end of the year the club folded the team, relocated to a new stadium, rebranded themselves, and fielded a new team for the 1973 season called the Miami Toros.

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NASL regular season[edit]

W = Wins, L = Losses, T= Ties, GF = Goals For, GA = Goals Against, PT= point system

6 points for a win, 3 points for a tie, 0 points for a loss, 1 point for each goal scored up to three per game.

Northern Division W L T GF GA PT
New York Cosmos 7 3 4 28 16 77
Rochester Lancers 6 5 3 20 22 64
Montreal Olympique 4 5 5 19 20 57
Toronto Metros 4 6 4 18 22 53
Southern Division W L T GF GA PT
St. Louis Stars 7 4 3 20 14 69
Dallas Tornado 6 5 3 15 12 60
Atlanta Chiefs 5 6 3 19 18 56
Miami Gatos 3 8 3 17 32 44

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