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Steve Chirondolo is the new manager of Carlos Vela at LA Football Club

Los Angeles – At the beginning of 2022, Los Angeles Football Club chose its new coach. It’s about Steve Chirondolo. The 42-year-old former US national team player has been running the LAFC’s Las Vegas Lights since March and is now getting a chance with the Angelenos following the departure of Bob Bradley.

Chirondolo is the American football player with the longest career in Europe, having played 17 years in Germany with Hannover 96. Three times in the World Cup, he defended the colors of the stars and stripes in the 2002, 2006 and 2010 World Cups.

Since his retirement, he has received his UEFA coaching license and trained in Europe. He was an assistant to Germany’s under-15 team, as well as an assistant coach for his beloved club Hannover 96 and Stuttgart also in the Bundesliga. For a brief period in 2018, Chirondolo joined the coaching staff of Team USA in some matches and training camps in Europe.

Cherundolo comes to the LAFC bench with the tagline of maintaining the style of play that Aurinegro has loved since his MLS debut in 2018, fighting for the top spots and continuing to develop young players. Steve knows Los Angeles Academy well, successfully delivering on many of their promises by giving them minutes during the season with Las Vegas Lights FC.

Cherundolo will also strive to win back the best version of Carlos Vela as captain and captain of the group, for at least the remaining six months of his contract that will determine the future of the Mexican striker.

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