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Discussion in 'Prem talk, Those Other Leagues, and International' started by BarryWhite, Apr 30, 2013.
The Mayor of Hannover
A nice article on Dolo's milestone at Hannover at No Short Corners.
:clap: Congrats to him, and his RB spot is waiting for him on this side of the pond this summer.
as always, thank you for the link, barry.
Thanks for sharing Barry. I'm convinced the reason 'Dolo doesn't get more attention is because he's just so reliably good. Which sounds counterintuitive. It's just that he's set the bar so high and constantly reaches that standard that day in and day out he somehow appears unremarkable.
In reality, he deserves all the accolades he's receiving and more. I just wish casual fans (and media) of the USMNT would give him the credit he has so rightly earned.
US Soccer interview with Dolo. The man is class defined in the way in presents himself.
May 2, 2013
Dolo speaks, isn't counting himself out yet;
http://espnfc.com/news/story/_/id/15500 ... am?cc=5901
"longest serving Bundesliga player at any club". Wow, I did not know that. :handgestures-salute:
Dolo moving in the right direction
http://espnfc.com/news/story/_/id/15784 ... ch?cc=5901
He's Baaaaaccckkk bscene-drinkingbuddies:
http://espnfc.com/news/story/_/id/16356 ... ry?cc=5901
Dolo set to retire, it will be a long time before anyone supplants him at RB on the all-time USMNT starting XI :bow-yellow: :clap:
http://espnfc.com/news/story/_/id/17559 ... re?cc=5901
A sad day but we knew it was coming. I hope he comes back to the States and helps out some club or US Soccer. Thanks for everything Cherundolo!!! :handgestures-salute: :bow-yellow: :bow-yellow:
A brilliant player and a good guy by all accounts. That's what you always hope you'll see in an American athlete working abroad.
It's going to be a LONG time until we find a RB as good as he has been.
Simply a class player. Congratulations on a brilliant career. Perfect guy to bring into the coaching staff of the USMNT - he's practically German by now too.
Some of Dolo's presser. Staying with Hannover and assist coaching the U23 side. His wife is German and I think there was an article where he said he wanted to split time between where he is leaving now and San Diego.
http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/article/2 ... rom_footer
I always think it's unfortunate when a player retires due to injury. However, that won't diminish what he's done for both Hannover and the USMNT since 1999.
Congratulations on a magnificent career.
One of the most underrated players in US Soccer history.
Not much to say that hasn't already been said. A class footballer and professional. How many players stay with one team their entire career? Hopefully Nev is right and we'll eventually see him on the touchline for the USMNT.
More congratulations are in order for the Mayor.
We've never really replaced him. In that way, he's sort of our Danny Murphy.
It seems like this news slipped under the radar, but I've been preoccupied so I may have simply missed it. Congrats to Mr. Cherundolo and here's to keeping the club in the top flight.