Born: Vancouver, B.C., January 14, 1969. Died: Coquitlam, British Columbia, November 13, 2004.
Clubs: Vancouver City 1985-86, Vancouver 86ers 1987-1992, Vancouver Whitecaps 1993-2001. 25 caps. A member of the national youth team at the 1987 WorldYouth Championship. He was just 18 when he became one of the first two players to sign with the 86ers when the team was formed in 1987. He was the leading goalscorer and MVP in the Canadian Soccer League in 1991 with 25 goals and the leading goalscorer in the league overall with 81 in 121 games. Six times in his career Mobilio was named an all-star (three times each in the Canadian Soccer league and the U.S. A-League). When the 86ers changed their name to the Whitecaps he continued to play for the club in the A-League. His career with the club spanned 15 seasons and he scored a career total of 170 goals in 286 games.
He played for Canada 19861997, the highlight perhaps the 11 draw with Brazil shortly before they won the 1994 World Cup. On retiring he coached Coquitlam City. Mobilio died of an apparent heart attack at the age of 35.