HANNOVER TO OFFER CHERUNDOLO JOB AFTER RETIREMENT
Hannover seemingly has no plans for their captain to leave town even when his career is over.
According to a report in German publication BILD, Hannover 96 will offer Steve Cherundolo a job in the front office to keep him at the club when his playing career ends. The Rockford, Illinois native has played for Hannover since 1999 and has played 300 times for the club in the Bundesliga.
The 34-year-old right back recently returned to full training after a third knee surgery in this calendar year, and scored a goal in a friendly match last week. Cherundolo, who is aiming to play in his fourth World Cup next summer with the U.S. Men’s National Team. Cherundolo will also be a free agent at the end of this season.
Good to see they're rewarding a player that gave them his entire career.