Biography of retired USMNT player Winston DuBose who was on the squad in the early 80s and played in the NASL and ASL.
Caps: 14 | Shutouts: 4
Winston DuBose was a college star, drafted by the Tampa Bay Rowdies at the height of the North American Soccer League and staying with US professional soccer through the uncertainty after the collapse of the NASL.
Winston is currently the co-owner of a technology firm in Central Florida, Bayshore Technologies with his business partner and Rowdies teammate Peter Anderson. He also operates the DuBose/McLeod Foundation with another former Rowdies teammate, Wes McLeod, supporting local organizations working to find cures for life threatening illnesses.
Won his last cap on February 8 against Switzerland in Tampa.
Regular starter that year.
First shutout against Luxembourg on October 5. First World Cup Qualifier against Mexico on November 9.
Made his debut against Bermuda as a second half substitute on October 7, getting his first start against Ireland in Dublin on October 29.
Retired from professional soccer.
ASL All Star.
ASL All Star.
Member of Oldham Athletic in the English League.
Member of the Tampa Bay Rowdies as they continued operations in the leagues that would become the American Soccer League and later the A-League.
Spent the final NASL season with the Roughnecks.
Won the NASL championship as a member of the Tulsa Roughnecks.
Traded to Tulsa.
Drafted by the Tampa Bay Rowdies, where he would spend the next five seasons.