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...
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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
Five days after adding one of the oldest players in team history in 34-year-old defender Carlos Bocanegra, Chivas USA went out and got the youngest professional in franchise history, signing 16-year-old forward Caleb Calvert as a homegrown player.
Calvert, who was born in Wrightwood, has suited up for the first team in several reserve league matches. He will be eligible to play...
Chivas USA announced today the signing of U.S. Men’s National Team defender and captain Carlos Bocanegra after receiving the first allocation ranking slot from Toronto FC in exchange for the 2015 Natural 1st Round SuperDraft pick and an international roster spot through 2014. Bocanegra will be joining his teammates in Philadelphia, where the Red-and-White will be training prior...
U.S. national team captain Carlos Bocanegra signed Monday with Chivas USA of MLS.
The center back who spent last season with Racing Santander of Spain, where he was on loan from Scottish side Rangers FC, will join Chivas USA in Philadelphia to prepare for a July 12 match against the Union. He becomes eligible to play for Chivas USA on July 9 when the international transfer window...
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July 02, 2013
U.S. captain Carlos Bocanegra has been dropped from the roster for World Cup qualifiers against Costa Rica and Mexico, and Timmy Chandler, Fabian Johnson and Danny Williams will miss the matches because of injuries and illness.
The 33-year-old Bocanegra, the American captain since 2007, has lost his starting job with Racing Santander in Spain's second division. He was on the...
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March 18, 2013
Carlos Bocanegra looks at the Scottish Premier League without Glasgow Rangers and predicts a Celtic runaway.
''They're going to win the league in December. It's frustrating,'' he said Sunday. ''Sometimes I don't understand. The people in the league, they want to punish (Rangers) for wrongdoing, but then they're just hurting themselves.'...
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July 08, 2012
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Carlos Bocanegra has stated his desire to remain at Rangers despite enduring a turbulent first season at Ibrox.
The United States skipper arrived in Glasgow last summer from St Étienne with high hopes of winning silverware only to find himself plunged into one of the darkest periods in the club's history.
Rangers were forced to call in the administrators in February and first...