Larry Dube grew up in South Africa where playing soccer came second nature to him. As a professional player, his career spanned over 16 years and traversed 3 continents. He began playing with the Dynamos of South Africa before signing with Bundesliga 2 Team Vfb-Lubic of Germany. Next it was on to Holland to play for the Dutch outfit NEC-75. Then a nostalgic move back to South Africa to play one more season for his former side, the Dynamos, before heading to the United States. Once in the U.S., Larry quickly made a name for himself playing in the World Indoor Soccer League for the Arizona Thunder before the league folded. The league eventually saw a resurrection in the form of the Major Indoor Soccer League and the famed South African soccer player donned his cleats for the illustrious Dallas Sidekicks.
After leaving professional soccer as a player, Larry turned his immense soccer knowledge and skill set to the ranks of coaching youth soccer. He has quickly become one of the most respected coaches in the Southern California club soccer circuit, having developed a reputation for putting together championship caliber sides. More importantly, his ability to develop players is validated by the growing number of players he has been able to place in the collegiate and professional ranks.