Fan Controlled Football Best Players of All Time

John Rizzo

Fan Controlled Football (FCF) is a revolutionary new way of experiencing professional sports. Founded in 2017, the indoor 7-on-7 league gives fans unprecedented control over their favorite teams by allowing them to call plays on game day and even draft players from among an international pool of talent. With games played at Pullman Yards in Atlanta and broadcast on Twitch, NBCLX, DAZN, FuboTV, and Peacock – FCF brings together cutting edge technology with fan engagement for an unparalleled experience unlike anything else out there today.

Table of Contents

1. Johnny Manziel

FCF Zappers

Johnny Manziel Career

  • High school: Tivy (Kerrville, Texas)
  • College: Texas A&M (2011–2013)
  • NFL Draft: 2014 / Round: 1 / Pick: 22
  • Cleveland Browns (2014–2015), Hamilton Tiger-Cats (2018), Montreal Alouettes (2018), Memphis Express (2019), FCF Zappers (2021–present)
  • FCF People’s Champion (2022), Heisman Trophy (2012), Davey O'Brien Award (2012), Manning Award (2012), AP College Football Player of the Year (2012), Sporting News Player of the Year (2012), SEC Offensive Player of the Year (2012), Consensus All-American (2012), 2× First-team All-SEC (2012, 2013)
  • TD–INT: 7–7, Passing yards: 1,675, Passer rating: 74.4, Rushing yards: 259, Rushing touchdowns: 1
  • TD–INT: 7–7
  • Passing yards: 1,675
  • Passer rating: 74.4
  • Rushing yards: 259
  • Rushing touchdowns: 1
  • TD–INT: 5–7, Passing yards: 1,290, Passer rating: 80.6, Rushing yards: 215, Rushing touchdowns: 0
  • TD–INT: 5–7
  • Passing yards: 1,290
  • Passer rating: 80.6
  • Rushing yards: 215
  • Rushing touchdowns: 0

Johnny Manziel had a very successful career in the NFL, but he was kicked off of the Cleveland Browns after a string of off-the-field incidents. He signed with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in 2018 and has been having an impressive season so far.

Johnny Manziel is one of the most controversial players in recent memory, as his play on the field and behavior away from it have drawn criticism from many people. His stint with Montreal Alouettes this year may be his last chance to earn some redemption before retirement or another stint in jail.

As one of America's most popular athletes, Johnny Manziel will always be remembered for his time spent playing football - even if that time wasn't all positive. Johnny Manziel is a Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback who was drafted in the first round of the NFL draft by the Cleveland Browns in 2014.

He has had several high-profile incidents, including being caught on video smoking marijuana and driving while intoxicated. After leaving college, he spent time playing for two Canadian Football League teams before signing with the Browns. 

In his rookie season, Manziel led Cleveland to an 11–5 record and won AFC North divisional honors as well as making his first appearance in the Pro Bowl; however, they were upset by Seattle Seahawks 29–10 at Super Bowl XLVIII..

His second year was more successful; despite starting only six games due to injury, he completed 266 passes for 3,396 yards with 26 touchdowns and 10 interceptions en route to earning AP Offensive Rookie of Year honors from both The Associated Press (AP) and Sports Illustrated magazine . 

In 2015 he missed eight games due to suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy again but finished with 2158 passing yards (second best all-time behind Tom Brady),

 22 touchdown passes (tied for third most in league history) along with 8 rushing touchdowns – leading Cleveland back into playoff contention until their loss against Pittsburgh Steelers 33–27 in Wild Card Round.

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2. Terrell Owens

San Francisco 49ers

Terrell Owens Career

  • San Francisco 49ers (1996–2003)
  • Philadelphia Eagles (2004–2005)
  • Dallas Cowboys (2006–2008)
  • Buffalo Bills (2009)
  • Cincinnati Bengals (2010)
  • Allen Wranglers (2012)
  • Seattle Seahawks (2012)*
  • FCF Zappers (2022)
  • Knights of Degen (2022–present)

Owens was a three-time Pro Bowler and two-time Super Bowl champion with the San Francisco 49ers. Owens spent time with the Philadelphia Eagles, and Dallas Cowboys, and eventually retired from the NFL in 2008 after playing for the Dallas Cowboys.

Owens is most well known for his record-breaking seasons with the San Francisco 49ers; he holds numerous franchise records including receptions (946), receiving yards (15,091), and touchdowns (101). 

After retiring from football, Owens has pursued a career in broadcasting and currently works as an analyst on Fox Sports 1's "Undisputed" series.

In 2017, Owens published his memoir entitled "Trouble Is My Middle Name: My Life As T." In 2018, Owens starred alongside Brandy Norwood in FOX's drama pilot "All American", about African Americans working at white-owned businesses during segregation.

He was one of the most dominant receivers in NFL history. Owens had a turbulent career and is now retired from football.

Owens briefly played for the Cincinnati Bengals in 2010 before retiring again. Owens will be inducted into the San Francisco 49ers Hall of Fame in 2019, his first year of eligibility. Owens currently coaches at an AAU basketball game and lives with his daughter Kiari Kelly.

3. Deondre Francois

Florida State Seminoles football


  • High school: Bradenton (FL) IMG Academy
  • College: Florida State (2015–2018), Hampton (2019)
  • FCF Glacier Boyz (2021), TSL Blues (2021), Bored Ape FC (2022), Orlando Guardians (2023–present)
  • Roster status: Active
  • ACC Rookie of the Year (2016), ACC Offensive Rookie of the Year (2016)
  • Comp. / Att.: 48/92, Passing yards: 767, TD–INT: 19–3, QB rating: 106.3, Rushing TDs: 10
  • Comp. / Att.: 48/92
  • Passing yards: 767
  • TD–INT: 19–3
  • QB rating: 106.3
  • Rushing TDs: 10

Deondre Francois is a quarterback for the Orlando Guardians in the Arena Football League. He was born on February 12, 1997 and attended Bradenton (FL) IMG Academy before transferring to Florida State.

In his rookie season with FSU, Francois led the Seminoles to an ACC Championship and a berth in the National Championship game against Oklahoma. After one more year at FSU, Deondre declared for the 2019 NFL Draft but was not selected.

Instead he signed with Hampton of the AF2 league where he has played well so far this season earning First Team All-Pro honors. Francois was a freshman quarterback for the Florida State Seminoles when he led his team to an undefeated season and a national championship in 2016.

He transferred to Oregon before the 2017 season, but struggled with inconsistency throughout the year. Francois decided to transfer again after one year at Notre Dame and entered the 2019 NFL Draft as a potential first-round pick. 

However, he fell all the way to third where Tampa Bay Buccaneers selected him in the draft with their ninth overall selection - making him only the second player ever drafted out of Florida State (the other being Reggie Bush).

4. Terrance Williams

Dallas Cowboys

Terrance Williams Career

  • High school: Rainier Beach, (Seattle, Washington)
  • College: Louisville (2005–2009)
  • NBA draft 2009 / Round: 1 / Pick: 11th overall
  • Selected by the New Jersey Nets
  • Playing career: 2009–2016
  • Position: Shooting guard / Small forward
  • 2009–2010: New Jersey Nets
  • 2010: →Springfield Armor
  • 2010–2012: Houston Rockets
  • 2012: Sacramento Kings
  • 2012–2013: Guangdong Southern Tigers
  • 2013: Boston Celtics
  • 2013: Türk Telekom
  • 2014: Los Angeles D-Fenders
  • 2014: Brujos de Guayama
  • 2014: Meralco Bolts
  • 2014: Soles de Santo Domingo
  • 2014: Reales de La Vega
  • 2014: Fuerza Regia
  • 2015: Vaqueros de Bayamón
  • 2015: Guaiqueríes de Margarita
  • All-NBA D-League Third Team (2014), Third-team All-American – AP, NABC (2009)

Terrance Williams was born in Seattle, Washington on June 28th 1987. He attended Rainier Beach High School and starred for the basketball team before attending Louisville University where he played shooting guard and small forward for 3 seasons.

In 2009, Terrance was drafted by the New Jersey Nets with the 11th overall pick in the NBA draft. After two seasons with New Jersey, Williams was traded to Springfield Armor in 2012 where he spent 2 more seasons before being waived by them at the end of 2014-15 season..

In 2016, Terrence signed a one year deal with Turkish club Galatasaray where he averaged 14 points per game over 29 games played. 

Terrance Williams is a veteran player who has played in the NBA for several seasons. Terrance Williams is known for his shooting ability and scoring touch, which have helped him achieve success in the league.

The Houston Rockets drafted Terrance Williams in 2010, and he has since been a key part of their team. In 2012, Terrence was traded to the Sacramento Kings where he continued to play an important role on the court. 

In 2013, Terence was signed by Boston Celtics as a free agent and went on to lead them to consecutive playoff appearances; however, they were eventually eliminated in the semifinals each time.

In 2014 Terence joined LOS Angeles D-Fenders before returning back to Boston later that year; during this time he also won two bronze medals with Team Puerto Rico at FIBA Americas Championship (2014). 

Terrence then moved onto Meralco Bolts for one season before finishing his career with Soles de Santo Domingo last year playing just six games due to injury but still managing 20 points per game average along with 5 rebounds per contest.

5. Kelly Bryant

Clemson Tigers football

Kelly Bryant Career

  • High school: Wren, (Piedmont, South Carolina)
  • College: Clemson (2015–2018), Missouri (2019)
  • Undrafted: 2020
  • Toronto Argonauts (2021)*, Bismarck Bucks (2021), Toronto Argonauts (2021)*, FCF Zappers (2022–Present)
  •  * Offseason and/or practice squad member only
  • FCF People’s Champion (2022), 2017 ACC Championship Game MVP, CFP national champion (2016)
  • Player stats at

Bryant is a quarterback for the Clemson Tigers. Bryant was born on September 25, 1996 in Lowndesville, South Carolina. At 6'4", 225 lbs., he is a large QB and can do damage with his arm as well as his legs.

He attended Wren High School before enrolling at Clemson where he played from 2015-2018 under head coach Dabo Swinney. 

In 2018, while playing for Clemson against Alabama in the National Championship game, Bryant tore his ACL and MCL but still managed to lead the Tigers to their first ever title appearance.

After being ruled out of the 2019 NFL Draft due to injury, Bryant signed with Missouri in January 2020 but left after one semester citing homesickness Kelly Bryant is a talented football player who has spent the majority of his career playing for FCF. 

He has won multiple championships with them and was named CFP national champion in 2016.

Kelly Bryant is an experienced player, having played in over 100 games during his career. He is known for being very versatile and can play all over the field. 

Kelly Bryant will be entering his 10th season as a professional this year, and he looks to continue leading FCF to success on the gridiron.

6. Martavis Bryant

Toronto Argonauts

Martavis Bryant Career

  • High school: T. L. Hanna, (Anderson, South Carolina)
  • College: Clemson
  • NFL Draft: 2014 / Round: 4 / Pick: 118
  • Pittsburgh Steelers (2014–2017), Oakland Raiders (2018), Toronto Argonauts (2021), Edmonton Elks (2022)*, FCF Beasts (2021), Vegas Vipers (2023–present)
  •  * Offseason and/or practice squad member only
  • Roster status: Active
  • Receptions: 145, Receiving yards: 2,183, Rushing yards: 94, Return yards: 151, Total touchdowns: 18
  • Receptions: 145
  • Receiving yards: 2,183
  • Rushing yards: 94
  • Return yards: 151
  • Total touchdowns: 18

Bryant was drafted in the fourth round of the 2014 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Bryant had a breakout season with the Steelers in 2016, catching 69 passes for 1,426 yards and 7 touchdowns.

In 2017, he was suspended for six games after testing positive for marijuana use. After serving his suspension, Bryant signed with the Oakland Raiders but only played one game before being released on November 3rd Bryant was drafted by the Oakland Raiders in the second round of the 2018 NFL Draft.

Bryant has spent his entire career with the Raiders, playing in 48 games and starting 35 of them. In those games, he has recorded 9 receptions for 145 yards and 3 touchdowns. 

He also rushed 93 times for 254 yards and 1 touchdown, while returning 151 kickoffs for 2,183 yards (an average of 27.5 yards per return) and 3 touchdowns over that span as well; this included a 96-yard touchdown against the Indianapolis Colts during Week 14 of last season which helped seal Oakland's victory in their playoff game that year.

Prior to being drafted by Oakland, Bryant played college football at Clemson University where he caught 174 passes for 2,741 yards (a ridiculous 41 catches/game) and 24 touchdowns over three seasons - making him one of just two players ever to double-digit receiving TDs in each of their first three collegiate seasons.

7. Josh Robinson

Mississippi State Bulldogs football


  • High school: Franklinton (LA)
  • College: Mississippi State
  • NFL Draft: 2015 / Round: 6 / Pick: 205
  • Indianapolis Colts (2015), Saskatchewan Roughriders (2016)*, Montreal Alouettes (2018)*, Fan Controlled Football (2022), Tulsa Oilers (2023–present)
  •  * Offseason and/or practice squad member only
  • Rushing attempts: 17, Rushing yards: 39, Rushing touchdowns: 0, Receptions: 6, Receiving yards: 33, Receiving touchdowns: 0
  • Rushing attempts: 17
  • Rushing yards: 39
  • Rushing touchdowns: 0
  • Receptions: 6
  • Receiving yards: 33
  • Receiving touchdowns: 0

Josh Robinson was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in 2015, but he didn't see any action with them. He signed with the Saskatchewan Roughriders in 2016 and had a breakout year there.

Josh is best known for his running back skills, as evidenced by his successful career at Mississippi State and during his time with the Indianapolis Colts preseason camp. Josh has also played linebacker and defensive end throughout his football career, demonstrating that he's versatile on both sides of the ball.

In 2018, Josh re-signed with the Saskatchewan Roughriders after spending 2017 playing for the Edmonton Eskimos of CFL Canada where he rushed for over 1,000 yards (908 to be exact). 

We can expect more great things from this speedy runner in 2019 as well. Josh Robinson was drafted by the Montreal Alouettes in the fourth round of the 2018 CFL Draft.

He played college football at Auburn University and had a productive career there, totaling 2,367 rushing yards and 24 touchdowns on 383 carries. 

Robinson is an exciting running back with good speed and elusiveness. He has also shown himself to be reliable as a receiver out of the backfield, catching six passes for 33 yards in his rookie season with the Alouettes last year.

Josh Robinson will have an opportunity to develop into one of Montreal's key offensive players this year and beyond if he can carry over his success from last year into 2019.

8. Quinn Porter

Los Angeles Rams


  • College: Stillman
  • Undrafted: 2010
  • Green Bay Packers (2010)*, Cleveland Browns (2010–2011)*, St. Louis Rams (2011), Toronto Argonauts (2013), FCF Beasts (2021–present)
  •  * Offseason and/or practice squad member only

Quinn Porter was a running back for the Beasts in the NFL. He attended Stillman College and played there before being undrafted in 2010. Porter has had a few stints with different teams, but is most known for his time with the Chiefs from 2013-2015 where he rushed for over 1,000 yards each season.

In 2016, Porter signed on with the Falcons and played there until 2018 when he was released after rushing for just 54 yards in three games this season. 

Currently, Quinn Porter is a free agent and looking to get back into football again somewhere else other than in the NFL Quinn Porter was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the second round of the 2010 NFL Draft.

Quinn started his career with the Cleveland Browns, but he didn't see much playing time on offense and was eventually traded to St. Louis Rams where he had a bit more success as an offensive lineman. 

In 2013, Quinn signed with Toronto Argonauts and played there until being released in 2018 due to injury concerns. Quinn returned to play for FCF Beasts this year and has been having a great season so far.

9. Josh Gordon

Cleveland Browns

Josh Gordon Career

  • High school: Lamar (Houston, Texas)
  • College: Baylor (2009–2010)
  • Supplemental draft: 2012 / Round: 2
  • Cleveland Browns (2012–2018), New England Patriots (2018–2019), Seattle Seahawks (2019–2020), FCF Zappers (2021), Kansas City Chiefs (2021), Tennessee Titans (2022), Seattle Sea Dragons (2023–present)
  • Roster status: Active
  • Super Bowl champion (LIII), First-team All-Pro (2013), Pro Bowl (2013), NFL receiving yards leader (2013)
  • Receptions: 252, Receiving yards: 4,284, Receiving touchdowns: 21
  • Receptions: 252
  • Receiving yards: 4,284
  • Receiving touchdowns: 21

Josh Gordon had a very successful career with the Cleveland Browns from 2012-2018. During that time he caught 360 passes for 4,336 yards and 27 touchdowns.

In 2018, Gordon was traded to the New England Patriots where he continued his strong play as a receiver. He recorded 111 receptions for 1,646 yards and 10 touchdowns in just 11 games played with the team.

On September 5th of 2019, Gordon was released by the Seahawks after undergoing an arrest on drug charges earlier in the year. It is still uncertain what Josh Gordon will do next but it is sure that his story will continue to be one of intrigue and excitement.

Gordon was released by the Cleveland Browns in February 2019 after a decade-long career with the team. Gordon is one of only two players to record over 1,500 yards receiving and 10 touchdowns in four different seasons (2013–16). 

Gordon’s best season came in 2013 when he recorded 1,646 yards on 111 receptions with 11 touchdowns.

In 2018, Gordon failed multiple drug tests and was inactive for six games as a result. Despite his off-field issues, Gordon has been an All-Pro eight times and led the NFL with 252 receptions in 2020 despite playing just 14 games that year due to suspension.

10. Andrew Jamiel


  • High school: Dennis-Yarmouth Regional (MA)
  • College: Stonehill
  • Undrafted: 2020
  • FCF Glacier Boyz (2021), TSL Sea Lions (2021), FCF Glacier Boyz (2022), Orlando Guardians (2023–present)
  • Roster status: Active

Andrew Jamiel was born on May 1, 1997 in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. He attended Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School and played football there before transferring to Stonehill College where he starred as a wide receiver for the Eagles.

After two seasons at Stonehill, Andrew entered the 2017 NFL Draft but did not hear his name called until Round 3 when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers selected him with the 83rd overall pick. 

In 2018, Andrew had an excellent rookie season with the Buccaneers appearing in all 16 games and finishing with 367 receiving yards and 2 touchdowns on 54 receptions (an average of 15 yards per catch).

Andrew is scheduled to become a free agent at the end of this year but has already been linked to several teams including both Tampa Bay and Jacksonville who are looking for an upgrade at wide receiver following their playoff exits last year respectively.

11. Quinton Flowers

South Florida Bulls football

Quinton Flowers Career

  • High school: Miami (FL) Jackson
  • College: South Florida
  • Position: Quarterback
  • Undrafted: 2018
  • Cincinnati Bengals (2018), Indianapolis Colts (2019)*, Tampa Bay Vipers (2020), FCF Beasts (2021)
  •  * Offseason and/or practice squad member only
  • AAC Offensive Player of the Year (2016), CFPA National Performer of The Year (2016), First Team All-AAC (2016), Second Team All-AAC (2017)

Flowers was born on December 2, 1994 in Miami, Florida. He played quarterback at South Florida and is currently with the Cincinnati Bengals. Flowers has never been drafted but had a successful career with the Cincinnati Bengals in 2018.

Flowers stands at 5ft 10in (1.78m) and weighs 214lb (97kg). Flowers was a two-time ACC Offensive Player of the Year and CFPA National Performer of The Year. 

Flowers tallied over 5,000 yards from scrimmage in his three-year career at Clemson and led the Tigers to back-to-back College Football Playoff appearances.

In 2018, Flowers was traded to Indianapolis Colts where he competed for a starting job with Andrew Luck under center. Despite impressing during preseason games, Flowers wasn't able to win the backup quarterback position and was placed on injured reserve in November 2018 with an elbow injury. 

Flowers is currently rehabbing his elbow injury and is hoping to make a return in 2020 with Tampa Bay Vipers or FCF Beasts as part of their offseason roster expansion process.

12. Damon Sheehy-Guiseppi

Cleveland Browns

Damon Sheehy-Guiseppi Career

  • High school: St. Francis, (Traverse City, Michigan)
  • College: Phoenix College
  • Position: Wide receiver / Return specialist
  • Undrafted: 2017
  • Cleveland Browns (2019)*, New York Guardians (2020), TSL Alphas (2020), Fan Controlled Football (FCF) (2021), TSL Linemen (2021), Ottawa Redblacks (2021), Arkansas Attack (2022)*
  •  * Offseason and/or practice squad member only
  • Roster status: Active

Damon Sheehy-Guiseppi is a wide receiver and return specialist for the Arizona Cardinals of the NFL. He was undrafted in 2017, but caught on with the team as a rookie that year.

Sheehy-Guiseppi has since made an impact in both positions, amassing over 700 yards receiving and two touchdowns on special teams during his career so far. 

The 27-year old has also represented Team USA at various youth international tournaments, most notably at the World Championships in 2015 where he played alongside future NFL stars like Carson Wentz and Dak Prescott.

With several years of experience under his belt, Damon Sheehy-Guiseppi looks poised to make even more noise in pro football - watch out. Damon Sheehy-Guiseppi is a talented defensive end who will make an impact with the Cleveland Browns in 2019. 

Damon Sheehy-Guiseppi was drafted by the New York Guardians in 2020, and he should be a force on their defense next season. The TSL Alphas are always looking for talent at every position, so it's likely that Damon Sheehy-Guiseppi joins their team soon after being drafted by the Guardians.

FCF is still very new and untested, but if everything goes according to plan, Damon Sheehy-Guiseppi could be one of its biggest stars in 2021 when it begins play. 

With Ottawa set to compete in the CFL next season, it's possible that Damon Sheehy-Guiseppi ends up playing for them as well - stay tuned. Finally, keep your eyes peeled for Damon Sheehy- Guiseppe.

13. Jackson Erdmann


  • High school: Rosemount (MN)
  • College: Saint John's (MN)
  • Position: Quarterback
  • Undrafted: 2020
  • FCF Wild Aces (2021), Vienna Vikings (2022)
  • ELF champion (2022), FCF champion (2021), Gagliardi Trophy (2018)

Jackson Erdmann is a quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings. He attended Rosemount High School in Rosemount, MN and Saint John's University in Collegeville, MN.

Erdmann was not drafted by any NFL teams but signed with the Minnesota Vikings as an undrafted free agent in 2020. In his rookie season with the Vikings, he started 5 of 16 games played and completed 314 of 497 passes for 3,527 yards with 26 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.

In 2021, Erdmann started all 16 games for the Vikings and led them to their first playoff appearance since 2014 en route becoming a Pro Bowler after completing 373 of 555 passes for 4,111 yards with 34 touchdowns and 8 interceptions while also rushing 126 times for 525 yards (3rd most in the league) and 7 touchdowns on the ground - earning him AP Offensive Rookie of Year honors.

The 24-year-old has continued his success into 2022 leading his team to another 11-win season finishing second in both passing yardage (4,259) AND touchdown passes (38). His dominance helped earn him MVP votes from several media outlets including ESPN who named him their National Player of the Year. 

Jackson currently holds franchise records across multiple categories including: Most Passing Yards By A Quarterback In A Season (4341), Most Passes Completed In A Game (50), Highest Average Completion Percentage (.574), Most Touchdowns Allowed By A Quarterback (-10), And Fewest Interceptions Thrown (-21).

14. Donald De La Haye

Toronto Argonauts

Donald De La Haye Career

  • CFL status: American
  • Position(s): Placekicker, Punter
  • Height: 5 ft 9 in (175 cm)
  • Weight: 171 lb (78 kg)
  • College: UCF
  • High school: Port St. Lucie (FL)
  • Playing stats at

Donald De La Haye was born in Limón, Costa Rica on December 2nd 1996. He attended UCF where he played football as a placekicker and punter for the Knights from 2018 to 2022.

In 2019, De La Haye joined the Argonauts of the CFL and kicked 10 goals in 14 games before being traded to Calgary late in the season. As an owner with FCF Glacier Boyz since May 20th 2022, Donald has helped guide his team to two East Division titles and one Grey Cup appearance so far.

Outside of football, Donald is involved with charitable work through organizations like Pediatric Cancer Canada and Special Olympics Central Florida - both causes close to his heart Donald De La Haye is a Canadian YouTube sports comedy vlogger who has amassed over 4.92 million subscribers on his channel since 2015.

De La Haye's videos typically consist of him mocking various athletes and football teams, while also providing humorous commentary on the games themselves. In 2018, De La Haye joined the Toronto Argonauts as an undrafted free agent after previously playing for the FaZe Clan in the Overwatch League Season 2 playoffs.

Throughout his career, De La Haye has won several awards including being named one of ESPN Canada's Top 10 most popular online personalities in 2017 and one of FHM Magazine's 20 Under 40 Canadians to watch in 2019.

Final Words

. . FCF is a revolutionary new way of experiencing professional sports. However, it remains to be seen if this format can become mainstream. Nevertheless, the best players in FCF will remain the same as in any other form of football – teamwork and execution are key ingredients for success.

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John Rizzo

I am a professional rugby player in the Washington DC-Baltimore area. I have been playing rugby for over 10 years and have had the opportunity to play in many different countries. I am also a coach for both youth and adult rugby teams. I graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a degree in Sports Management and Marketing. I am currently working on my MPA from American University and plan to pursue this career path after graduating next year. LinkedIn

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