American Exports: Former USMNT defender Steve Cherundolo named assistant coach at Hannover 96

Exports: Cherundolo named assistant coach at Hannover

Steve Cherundolo with Hannover

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Former US national team defender Steve Cherundolo has a new job in a familiar setting.

On Monday, Bundesliga side Hannover 96 announced the firing of head coach Tayfun Korkut and the appointment of Michael Frontzeck for the remainder of the current season. In turn, the club announced that Cherundolo, an assistant coach for Hannover's reserve team, was named an assistant to the first team under Frontzeck.

MLS, Tottenham officials expecting "incredibly competitive" 2015 AT&T MLS All-Star Game

MLS, Spurs officials expecting "competitive" AT&T All-Star Game

DENVER – For a city deeply rooted in Wild West traditions, it was perhaps no surprise that Denver will be a welcoming host to “Spurs” when the 2015 AT&T MLS All-Star Game comes to Dick’s Sporting Goods Park on Wednesday, July 29 (9 pm ET on Fox Sports 1, UniMas, TSN, RDS2).

Freddy Adu's new club KuPS wastes no time in selling midfielder's new jersey | SIDELINE

How much is Freddy Adu's new No. 11 KuPS jersey going for? | SIDELINE

Freddy Adu talks to Blackpool's Tangerine TV

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Freddy Adu might have been out of the American soccer spotlight in recent months, but make no mistake he is still a big name around the world. Just ask his new club Kuopion Palloseura.

American Exports: Tim Howard's Europa chase and the rest of what's left to play for in Europe

Exports: Which American has the best chance of winning a Euro title?

Tim Howard, Everton

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AMSTERDAM – As the weather starts to warm, the various races and chases get hotter for American players over in Europe.

As usual, we're here to give you the rundown on what American Exports have left to play for as spring quickly approaches. Several players recovering from serious injury and others awaiting club debuts are listed, since the awaited results will affect them next season.


Tim Howard is the last American remaining in UEFA cup play, and as such is the one chasing the biggest prize.

American Exports: Tim Howard is last American standing in Europe after leading Everton to Europa win

Exports: Howard is last American standing in Europe after Everton's Europa win

Tim Howard, Everton

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AMSTERDAM – Tim Howard stands as the last American alive in the 2014-15 European campaign after backstopping Everton into the Europa League sweet 16 with a 3-1 (7-2 aggregate) victory over second-leg visitors Young Boys Bern on Thursday night.

Howard required just one save and a pair of cross captures to complete the job as the Toffees matched their deepest continental cup run since reaching the same round of the 2008 UEFA Cup.

American Exports: Aron Johannsson returns to training with hopes of returning to AZ lineup

Exports: Johannsson resumes training with eye toward the weekend

AMSTERDAM – Having sat out their last three Eredivisie contests with an ankle injury, AZ Alkmaat hitman Aron Jóhannsson returned to team training on Monday with hopes of being ready for Saturday's visit from Willem II.

The US forward suffered an ankle sprain shortly after striking a famous lone-goal winner away to derby rivals and champs Ajax on Feb. 5.

American Exports: AJ Soares lands at Norwegian club Viking on deal through summer 2016

Exports: Soares signs with Norway's Viking until summer 2016

A.J. Soares celebrates his goal vs. Columbus

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AMSTERDAM – Tippeligaen battlers Viking have inked free-agent defender AJ Soares to a deal that ties him to the club until the summer of 2016.

Bob Bradley talks Stabaek, Timbers and life as a Yank abroad: "We've all had to fight like crazy for respect"

Bradley: Yanks "fight like crazy for respect" abroad

Bob Bradley with Stabaek in Portland

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PORTLAND, Ore. – As Bob Bradley ran Stabaek through drills in the fading winter light Saturday afternoon at Providence Park, rather notable spectators began finding their way into the stands.

American Exports: Tim Ream ruled out injured for Bolton's Tuesday match, but expected back soon

Exports: Ream out for Tuesday, expected back in training later this week

AMSTERDAM – Bolton ace Tim Ream will miss Tuesday's trip to visit Championship title chasers Middlesbrough with a sore back, but is slated for a return to full training later in the week.

The reigning Wanderers Player of the Year collided hard with the post during the first half of Saturday's loss to Nottingham Forest. Sunday night scans came back negative, but Tuesday's match comes a little too soon.

American Exports: Jonathan Spector goes distance in England, Julian Green scores for Hamburg Under-23s

Exports: Spector goes 90, Green plays, scores for Hamburg's U-23s

Jonathan Spector with Birmingham City

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AMSTERDAM – Jonathan Spector and Birmingham City were pegged back late by 10-man Championship leaders Middlesbrough in a 1-1 home draw on Wednesday night.

Working his fourth successive game in central defense, the American almost opened the scoring when his six-yard shot from a 32nd-minute corner kick scramble was blocked near the line. On the night, Spector paced the hosts with five clearances while adding a cross block and a pass interception.

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