Veteran Canadian soccer official Morgan Quarry let go after 19 years

Morgan Quarry, who worked with 10 different head coaches of the Canadian men’s soccer team, is no longer with the Canadian Soccer Association after 19 years on the job.

An association spokesman said Quarry’s men’s national team general manager job no longer exists “as part of the ongoing internal reorganization within the national teams department.”

Quarry joined the CSA in 2000 as director of communications before being elevated to team manager, in charge of the team’s logistical and other needs.

He was on the sidelines for some of the Canadian men’s biggest wins and worst losses.

During his time with the CSA, he worked with coaches Holger Osieck, Colin Miller, Frank Yallop, Stephen Hart, Dale Mitchell, Tony Fonseca, Benito Floro, Michael Findlay, Octavio Zambrano and current boss John Herdman.

Prior to the CSA, he worked for the Ottawa Senators and Lynx. Quarry now makes his home on Bowen island, B.C.

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