Carlo Corazzin 'Signs for the LSC, Canada'
The LSC, Canada signed up sixteen of their members for the Latics Starline Lottery for the 2002-03 season. The lottery promoter, Tony Pascall, was gracious enough to arrange a photo shoot with Carlo Corazzin, the Latics Canadian International and a signed shirt was sent to Canada along with a collection of Latics programmes and signed photographs.
There was a total of 29 supporters at the meeting on the night the shirt arrived and below are photographs of some of the LSC members celebrating.
Exclusive potted history by Carlo Corazzin for the LSC:
Carlo was released at the end of the 2002-03 season and signed for Vancouver Whitecaps on 1st. July 2003
- Started at age 5 playing for Cape Horn Dons
- At age 8 the Dons became Cape Horn Wave
- At 10 years of age Metro Ford was formed and I played for Metro Ford for 6 years
- At my time with Metro Ford I also played for B.C. under 15 and the Canadian u16!
- At 16 I left for Italy where I stayed for 4½ years playing for two teams, Giorgione and Pieuigina, both in C2
- I then went back to Canada to play for the Olympic u23 team, trying to qualify for Barcelona. I was now 20 years old!
- After qualifying ended I went to play for Winnepeg Fury for 1 summer, where we won the Canadian Soccer League Championship
- I then left for England and had a trial at Stoke City
- I later signed for Cambridge United in Division Two and stayed there for 2½ seasons
- Moved to Plymouth Argyle in Division Two and stayed there for 2 years
- Moved to Northampton Town in Division Two and stayed there for two seasons
- Moved to Oldham Athletic in Division Two have been here for 2½ seasons so far