|Full name||Leslie Parsons|
|Date of birth||16 December 1950|
|Place of birth||Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada|
|1979–1980||→ L.A. Aztecs (indoor)||6||(0)|
|1980–1981||→ Vancouver Whitecaps (indoor)||8||(2)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Les "Buzz" Parsons (born 16 December 1950) is a Canadian former soccer player who played at both professional and international levels as a midfielder. During his career in North America with the Vancouver Whitecaps, Parsons was affectionately known as "White Shoes", owing to the white boots he always wore. After retiring as a player, Parsons later became a professional soccer coach.
Parsons played youth football in England with Huddersfield Town and Ipswich Town, but he never made a senior league appearance for either team. Parsons returned to Canada to play with the Vancouver Spartans and Vancouver Eintracht, winning the Challenge Cup with Eintracht in 1971. He also played with Vancouver Italia (Columbus FC) in 1972–1974.
Parsons later played in the North American Soccer League for the Vancouver Whitecaps between 1976 and 1982, scoring 17 goals in 106 appearances. Parsons started at right back in the 1979 NASL championship game that the Whitecaps won 2-1. Parsons also played indoor soccer during this period for the Los Angeles Aztecs and the Whitecaps.
Parsons now lives in Victoria, B.C. playing Over 50's soccer at Gorge Soccer Association
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Vancouver's Leslie Parsons attempts to take ball from Joey Clarke
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