The MLS season is supposed to start this Friday…will it?
- Dell Hansen of RSL fined by the league
- FC Dallas lost 1-2 to NASL side, San Antonio
- Houston routs OCSC, 3-0, to win Carolina Challenge Cup
- MLS Atlanta announces Carlos Bocanegra as their technical director
- OCSC announce a sold-out inaugural game vs NYCFC
- Balotelli to MLS?
MLS expansion side Atlanta has named former U.S. men's national team captain Carlos Bocanegra as technical director ahead of its first campaign in 2017.
Bocanegra, 35, retired from professional soccer at the end of last season and expressed his desire to stay active in the game.
This role gives him a chance to leverage the knowledge cultivated over a 15-year career to build the expansion...
At the beginning, Brian McBride started his matchday routine at Craven Cottage with a brief stroll through Fulham.
McBride and his teammates drove their cars to a local school and parked them there due to the restrictions in the area. They would then board a bus to wind through the streets of West London and disembark a couple of blocks from the ground.
The entire group completed...
Former United State’s Men’s National Team Captain and current Chivas defender, Carlos Bocanegra, announced his retirement from soccer following the end of the current 2014 MLS season. Bocanegra has been playing professional soccer for 14 years and earned 110 appearances for the USMNT and scored 14 goals since his first call-up in 2001, as well as captaining the team for six years...
Carlos Bocanegra announces retirement at end of MLS season - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
On Thursday Carlos Bocanegra announced, he will be retiring from the game of soccer at the end of 2014 Major League Soccer season. Photo provided by ISI Photos.
The 35-year-old former U.S. captain will be ending his 14-year-career.
Carlos Bocanegra announced on Thursday that he will be...
Former USA captain Carlos Bocanegra has announced he will retire at the end of the 2014 season.
Bocanegra, 35, announced his intentions to draw a close to his 15-year professional career on his personal Twitter account Thursday.
The current Chivas USA skipper and the former Chicago Fire, Fulham and Glasgow Rangers defender said he started to contemplate retirement prior to this season...
CARSON, Calif. (AP) Former U.S. national team captain Carlos Bocanegra says he will retire at the conclusion of Chivas USA's season.
The 35-year-old Bocanegra announced his decision Thursday.
Bocanegra played in two World Cups for the American team, and he scored a record 14 goals as a U.S. defender. He made 110 appearances, becoming the 12th U.S. player with at least 100 caps....
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September 04, 2014