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Denver Dynamite Sign Majority for Upcoming PASL-Pro Season

October 9, 2009 - Professional Arena Soccer League (PASL) - Denver Dynamite News Release

The Dynamite announced Thursday that seventeen players have inked agreements for 2009-10 with the Denver professional arena soccer club.

Returning for their second consecutive season with the Dynamite are goalkeeper Danny Main; defenders John Molet, Chad Pearson, Jimmy Wade; midfielders Beto Hernandez, James McMonigle, Kelly Robinson; along with midfielder Jake Harris and goalkeeper Justin Dzuba, who are both members of the US National Arena Soccer Team.

Moving over through dispersal of the now defunct Colorado Lightning are goalkeeper Michael Archuleta; defenders Mark Cromie, Josh Fallin; midfielders Mehdi Safaira, Clayton Zelin; and forward Ryan Slaughter.

Also agreeing to terms for the upcoming campaign is leading scorer for the USL's Real Colorado Foxes, midfielder, Chris Salvaggione (who also spent time as a trialist with MLS's New England Revolution, Chivas USA and Colorado Rapids) and MISL veteran (Kansas City Comets) forward Tony Avery.

The Dynamite will look to capturing their first division and PASL-Pro championship titles when the 2nd season of Dynamite Arena Soccer in Denver gets underway in November. Single game and season tickets, at a savings over walk-up prices, are on sale online at www.dynamitesoccer.com. Season ticket packages include all 8 regular season home games plus two non-league games. For information fans can visit www.dynamitesoccer.com or call the Dynamite office at 720-401-5630.

About PASL PASL-Pro (www.arenaleague.com) debuted in October 2008, 12 years after the formation of the PASL-Premier league, which is now the official development league of the PASL-Pro. Teams from California (Stockton), St. Louis, Detroit, Cincinnati, San Diego, Denver, Ohio (Canton), Louisville, KY, and Texas (Dallas/Ft. Worth), are joined by 5 teams from the Canadian Major Indoor Soccer League (CMISL) and Liga Mexicana de Futbol Rapido (LMFR) to create a truly unique North American competition. The 51 PASL-Premier league teams compete in 9 regions across the country.

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