Tag: Steve Cherundolo
Jun 9, 2021 | U.S.
Jan 3, 2022 | MLS
Steve Cherundolo has gotten his wish.Read More
Oct 2, 2021 | Men's National Team
The National Soccer Hall of Fame Saturday ay inducted four members — three from the Class of 2021 and one from the Class of 2020.Read More
Jun 9, 2021 | U.S.
Here is how the electors voted in the National Soccer Hall of Fame election.Read More
The National Soccer Hall of Fame Wednesday announced the four members of its 2021 class: U.S. National Team alumni Christie Pearce Rampone and Steve Cherundolo, four-time Major League Soccer champion Jaime Moreno and longtime MLS executive Kevin Payne.Read More
Oct 3, 2020 | Men's National Team
Gio Reyna continued to dazzle and add to his story Saturday.Read More
Sep 8, 2020 | Offside Remarks
First of all, a hearty congratuations to Carlos Bocanegra for getting elected to the National Soccer Hall of Fame. A well deserved honor for the former U.S. men’s national team captain internationally and domestically.Read More
Sep 8, 2020 | Uncategorized
Long-time U.S. national team defender Steve Cherundolo and former U.S. women’s national team goalkeeper Hope Solo led a group of five players that garnered more than 50 percent of the vote, but lost out in the 2020 election to the National Soccer Hall of Fame.Read More
May 27, 2019 | U.S.
Here is the top 15 vote-getters in the 2019 National Soccer Hall of Fame player balloting.Read More
For once and for all, Mexico put to rest any doubts as to which team is the best team in CONCACAF — spectacularly.Read More
IN THE RUNNING: Armas, Mathis, Guevara, Gaven, Berhalter on National Soccer Hall of Fame player ballot
May 24, 2017 | U.S.
Ten players from the metropolitan area or who have played for the MetroStars/Red Bulls or coached at New York City FC have been named on the player ballot for the National Soccer Hall of Fame Class of 2017 ballot, it was announced Wednesday afternoon.Read More
Mar 22, 2017 | Men's National Team
The United States continued its tailspin in its quest to reach the 2002 World Cup, dropping a 3-2 loss to an inspired Honduras side on Sept. 1, 2001.Read More
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