TEAM1410′s Whitecaps broadcasts will have a different sound this season, as David Norman is joining Peter Schaad in the broadcast booth.
The Scotland-born Norman is a well-known name in the Vancouver soccer community.
Norman grew up playing soccer in Coquitlam, BC and went on to play 17 years as a professional, starting with the NASL Whitecaps from1980-84, and then re-appearing in Vancouver for a six-year stint from 1991-1996 with the Vancouver 86ers in the A-League.
As a Canadian National Team member, Norman made 54 appearances internationally for Canada, including the 1984 Olympic Games, where helped Canada to a quarter final finish, as well as the 1986 World Cup. He is one of only two Canadians to play every minute of the eight World Cup qualifying games and every minute of the three World Cup games.
Since retiring from professional soccer, David has stayed active within the game as a coach for several youth teams in Coquitlam, as well as appearing on TEAM Radio as a soccer analyst.
David lives in Coquitlam with his wife Suzanne and their two children, Rachael and David.