Tag: U.S. Soccer

Former soccer player’s view on U.S. Soccer’s header guidelines

Like many children, I started playing recreational sports when I was 5 years old. I played soccer in the fall, basketball in the winter and baseball in the spring — summers were for the beach.

As I got older, I realized I didn’t dribble a basketball too well nor could I hit a baseball that well either, so I ditched those sports and focused all of my energies on soccer.

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Claudio Reyna currently doing the next best thing to playing

Claudio Reyna hasn’t laced up his cleats and played professional soccer since announcing his retirement on July 16, 2008.

While the former United States men’s national team captain doesn’t experience the thrill of representing his country or club on the playing field anymore, he’s getting his fill of excitement doing the next best thing.

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