Steve Cherundolo is likely to get a job with Hannover once the United States defender ends his playing career.
Hannover president Martin Kind tells Bild newspaper he would like Cherundolo ''to stay with us after his playing career'' and that ''we will find a function for him.''
Kind says Cherundolo has earned a position ''because he has a...
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October 17, 2013
German media are reporting that veteran U.S. defender Steve Cherundolo will undergo another operation on his left knee on Tuesday.
Kicker says the 34-year-old Cherundolo needs surgery on the troubled knee for the second time in eight weeks. There is no date set for his return to action for Bundesliga club Hannover.
Bild has the same story, but the dpa news agency says Hannover...
United States defender Steve Cherundolo has signed a one-year contract extension with Hannover, six days after the captain set a club record for Bundesliga appearances.
Hannover announced Friday that Cherundolo will be staying through to the end of next season, ahead of the team's final league match of the season against Fortuna Duesseldorf.
Cherundolo says he's looking...
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May 17, 2013
Hannover captain Steve Cherundolo has undergone arthroscopic surgery on his left knee.
Coach Mirko Slomka said Thursday the American defender, who turns 34 on Feb. 19, had the operation a day earlier. Slomka did not give a projection for the right back's return.
Cherundolo has played 380 matches for Hannover, including 280 in the Bundesliga. He has 15 appearances this season...
Steve Cherundolo is absolutely thrilled to be competing at the pointy end of the German Bundesliga as well as in the Europa League with Hannover 96.
US Player Grades (1-10 Scale, 10 being the best)
Tim Howard (7)- The Everton keeper had three big saves for the US and was strong throughout the match. Unfortunately his defense allowed Brazil to have easy chances in front of the net that were impossible for Howard to save.
Steve Cherundolo (6)- The Brazilian speed on the wings beat Cherundolo all night long.
Steve Cherundolo battles France's Franck Ribery
It was another frustrating day for US Soccer fans as the Yanks fell 1-0 to France this past Friday. On a day that celebrated our nation’s veterans, the team decided to take a defensive position throughout an onslaught of offensive attack from the French. The US battled and battled all game but conceded a goal in the 72nd minute...