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STEVE CHERUNDOLO RUMORS

Steve Cherundolo joins Hannover coaching staff

MUNICH (AP) Former American national team defender Steve Cherundolo has joined the coaching staff of relegation-threatened Hannover. Cherundolo will be an assistant to newly-appointed head coach Michael Frontzek, who was hired to save the team from relegation in the last five matches of the Bundesliga season. Cherundolo was appointed Hannover's had coached the club's under-15 team...
Via AP on Fox
13 days ago  |  Discuss

USMNT: retirement of Steve Cherundolo

On Wednesday, the soccer world said goodbye to one of the best defenders in USMNT history. Steve Cherundolo announced his retirement from soccer at the age of 35 due to persistent knee injuries that kept him off the U.S. roster for the past two years. Cherundolo will finish his current season with Bundesliga club Hannover then hang up his cleats. He has been the captain for his club...
Via isportsweb.com
March 21, 2014  |  Discuss

USMNT Legend Steve Cherundolo Retires From Professional Soccer

“Solid and, at times, unspectacular” described Steve Cherundolo’s professional career. The American international, who won 87 caps for the US Men’s National Team and played in three World Cups, retired Wednesday after persistent knee problems robbed him of an ability to feature in a fourth World Cup this summer. Often under-appreciated by fans in the United States perhaps...
Via World Soccer Talk
March 19, 2014  |  Discuss

USMNT mainstay Steve Cherundolo hangs up his boots

USMNT and Hannover 96 defender Steve Cherundolo officially announced his retirement today, citing persistent injuries in the last two seasons. The full back, known to fans of the Bundesliga side as ‘Mayor of Hannover’, played his entire professional career at Hannover 96, making 370 appearances and ends his career as the club-record holder for matches played. He also played 87...
Via Universal Takeover Sports Network
March 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Steve Cherundolo ends career due to knee problems

HANNOVER, Germany (AP) United States national team defender Steve Cherundolo is ending his career immediately because of persistent knee problems.
Via FOXSports.com
March 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Timmy Chandler USMNT’s World Cup Hopes Dealt a Blow Due to Injury: Daily Soccer Report

Timmy Chandler’s hopes of playing with the US Men’s National Team at this summer’s World Cup have been dealt a blow after picking up an injury that will rule him out of the rest of the Bundesliga season. Chandler suffered a torn meniscus in February but hasn’t yet recovered from the injury. His head coach at Nuremberg says he won’t play again during the club season, and...
Via World Soccer Talk
March 19, 2014  |  Discuss
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