Conor Cable, originally from Spalding, England, kickstarted his soccer journey playing for prestigious clubs like Norwich City and Cardiff City. At William Woods University in Missouri from 2014 to 2017, he established himself as a standout goalkeeper, securing three First-Team All-Conference Awards and earning recognition as the National Defensive Player of the Week. In the summer of 2017, Conor joined Demize NPSL in Springfield, MO, further showcasing his talent.
Following his successful collegiate career, Conor became part of the coaching staff at Lake Erie College as a Graduate Assistant in 2019. He has since continued with Lake Erie as an Assistant Coach under Head Coach Louie Rolko. In the summer of 2021, Conor joined Cleveland SC, where his remarkable performances contributed to the team's victories in the Rust Belt Conference, Midwest Region, and an appearance in the National Semi-Finals. Notably, he earned both the NPSL Golden Glove and National XI selection that season.
Conor's dual expertise as a player and coach has made him a valuable asset to the soccer community. His dedication to the game remains unwavering, serving as an inspiration to those around him.
Rust Belt Conference XI - 2021, 2022
Midwest Region XI - 2021, 2022
NPSL National XI - 2021
2021 NPSL Golden Glove of the Year