|Birth Name:||Greg Sutton|
|Qualification:||Studied at St. Lawerence College University|
Canadian Former International Soccer Player Greg Sutton played for Montreal Impact in Major Soccer. As his father moved to Connecticut for employment, he spent his childhood playing soccer there.
Greg Sutton was born on April 19, 1977, in Hamiton, Ontario, Canada. He spent a good part of his adolescence playing soccer in Connecticut. During 2003 season, Soccer Player Greg Sutton was virtually present for the impact during his five years with the team. He is a great player till date.
Greg played soccer at St. Lawerence College University in New York City. He holds an American- Canadian nationality and belongs to a white ethnicity.
At the beginning of his career, Greg played as a goalkeeper for St. Lawerence University. He played as a goalkeeper until he received a head concussion during CONCACAF Gold Cup training with Canada in June.
He won the 2004 A- league, United Soccer Leagues, First Division season with his team. He then returned to Major League Soccer with The Toronto Football Club for the 2007 season.
Greg started the season with the New York Bulls as a goalkeeper in Major League Soccer, MLS. He signed with New York Red Bulls and made his league debut for New York recording a 1-0 shoutout over his former club Toronto football club.
Sutton made his Canadian National Team debut on January 18, 2004 against Barbados. He was invited to men’s World Cup team development camp in July 2004 against Hearts and helped his side to a 1-1 draw. Sutton earned his second senior cap and kept a clean sheet against North Ireland in February 2005 in a 1-0 win.
On January 18 of the year, Soccer player Greg Sutton was called up to the national team roster once again. Sutton completed in the last three Gold Cups and most recently helping Canada reach the Quarterfinals of the 2009 Gold Cup.
Soccer player Greg Sutton has played total of fifty career games in MLS including 48 starts, totaling 4432 minutes. Greg has also made a record of 14 wins, 21 losses, and 15 ties. He earned the name, fame and numerous awards from his profession including, 1st Team All American, Goalkeeper of the year in 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006 and many others.
Later he announced his retirement from professional soccer on October 29, 2012. He also worked as an assistant coach with the University de Montreal Carabins from 2002- 2003.
On May 7, 2013, it was announced that Sutton would become the head coach of the Concordia University’s men’s soccer team. He had been an assistant coach with the team since 2001.
Greg was married to his girlfriend, Lea Gabrielle, a journalist. Unfortunately, after a year of marriage, he and his wife ended their marital relationship with a divorce. After then , he isn’t involved in any kind of love affair. He has a daughter whose name is Maya Sutton.
So far his financial status is concerned, Greg is one of the noticeable players in the world of soccer. Greg earns a good amount of money through his career. As of 2012, his salary was estimated to be 65,000 USD. However, the exact figure of his net worth is not disclosed.
He earned 1st Team All- American-1 (1998) and 2nd Team All- American-2 (1996- 1997) from St Lawrence University.
He was declared Goal keeper of the year 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and MVP Award 2004 from United Soccer League A – league / USL in 2004. Likewise he was honored with Voyageurs Cup in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006.
And @SoundersFC have booked thier place in MLS Cup final..or maybe not..good save— Greg Sutton (@gsutz24) November 22, 2017