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Announcing Ralph’s Mob Charities “Train with a Legend” Charity Raffle

Have you ever dreamed of training with the pros? What about training with the Rowdies? Even better, what about training with a Rowdies legend?

Ralph’s Mob and Ralph’s Mob Charities are pleased to announce a one-of-a-kind raffle – a chance to win a one-on-one training session with Rowdies legends Georgi Hristov or Keith Savage. Both have been significant players in the modern Rowdies era logging more than 100 appearances for the green and gold.

Raffle tickets will be available via our store on or by clicking this link. Individual raffle tickets are $5 or five chances can be purchased for $20. There is no age limit – anyone can enter! All proceeds will go towards Ralph’s Mob Charities general fund which has supported youth soccer and charities like Go Gold over the years.

All entries will be placed in the pool and two winners will be drawn at random at our Saturday, October 12th match against Indy Eleven. Raffle tickets will be available and on sale from now until that date. Winners will be chosen and paired at random and do not need to be present at the match to win. Training sites and times will be determined after winners are chosen.

Thank you to Georgi Hristov and Keith Savage for the generous donation of your time and talent to help the work of Ralph’s Mob Charities!

About the Legends

Georgi Hristov is the Rowdies all-time leader in goals scored with 60 and the modern era record holder in player appearances with 173 matches from 2013 to 2018. Originally from Bulgaria, he played a total of 14 professional seasons and was the NASL Golden Boot winner in 2013. Georgi still lives in the Tampa Bay area and is currently launching a new futsal league (Tampa Bay Premier Futsal League) across the Bay Area. Learn more at:

Keith Savage appeared for the Rowdies 134 times from 2011 to 2017, tallying 14 goals and 8 assists over those 7 seasons. He was a member of the 2012 NASL Champion Rowdies squad that took home the Soccer Bowl over Minnesota United. A Florida native, Keith still lives in Tampa Bay and runs camps and youth leagues in Clearwater. Learn more at:

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