Photo courtesy Isaiah J. Downing / Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC
PHOENIX – Arizona United Soccer Club announced on Monday that Bobby Dulle has been appointed as the club’s new Chief Operating Officer.
“I’m thankful for the opportunity that Kyle, Brett, and the ownership group have given me,” Dulle said. “As Arizona’s only professional soccer team, I believe we have the opportunity to further grow an already rich soccer community and I’m excited to be a part of that.”
Dulle played college soccer in the Valley with Grand Canyon University from 2003-2006. Following his college playing days, he spent nine seasons in the front office with the Harlem Globetrotters. After beginning his Globetrotters career as a Manager of International Booking and Marketing, Dulle worked his way up to becoming the organization’s Director of Operations.
“Bobby’s experience working with such a well-known international brand will only enhance what we’ve been able to do as a club on and off the pitch,” said the club’s founder and co-chair Kyle Eng. “Between our investment group featuring Diplo and Pete Wentz and the hiring of two-time MLS Cup winner Frank Yallop as our head coach, we’re continuing to be a world-class soccer club.”