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Austin Bold FC Adds Demar Phillips to the Roster

April 18, 2019 - United Soccer League Championship (USL) - Austin Bold FC News Release

AUSTIN, TX - Austin Bold FC is excited to announce the addition of Jamaican international left wingback, Demar Philips to the 2019 USL Championship roster. Philips brings 15 years of both European and MLS experience to Austin.

Demar Phillips began his career in Jamaica before spending two seasons with Stoke City FC from 2007 to 2009. Over six seasons, Phillips played for Norwegian club Aalesunds FK, helping the club Aalesund based team lift the Norwegian Football Cup in 2009 and 2011. Most recently, Philips made over 65 appearances for Real Salt Lake (MLS) and Real Monarchs (USL).

"Demar is a very experienced player, that brings fantastic speed and ball work to our offensive side. We are fortunate and happy that he accepted the offer to come play in USL for Austin Bold" commented Marcelo Serrano, Head Coach of Austin Bold FC.

Austin Bold FC also announced today that midfielder Marcelo Saragosa is transitioning from player to Austin Bold FC Director of Soccer Operations. Saragosa brings over 15 years of playing experience to his new role with the front office.

Dario Conca, Argentine midfielder, and Austin Bold FC have mutually agreed to part ways so that Conca can pursue other soccer opportunities. The club would like to thank Conca for his contributions to the club and wish him well in future endeavors.

For more information on Austin Bold FC, visit Fans can purchase tickets to Austin Bold FC games here. 2019 season tickets can be purchased by calling the Austin Bold FC sales office at 512-655-6300 or by visiting

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