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MNT in Germany: Steve Cherundolo


  • jay

    I could literally watch these videos all day every day. So well done. The insight into the lives of these guys is really tremendous. I know it helps to live abroad, but all of our Yanks’ language abilities really impress me.


  • VMan

    great vid … love Cherundolo. He has been a rock for so long. Not sure what his role will be by 2014, but he’s been a great player for us.


  • dan

    “Hi, my name is Steve Cherundolo, and I am cooler than the other side of the pillow in Siberia.”



    Nearly 14 years at the same club. A decade of which in the Bundesliga and for the past 2 years in the Europa League


  • Byrdman

    If you have never moved to another country with a different language, it may be hard to understand the struggle for our guys abroad. My family recently moved to the Dominican Republic, and it has been fun, but very trying at times. IT is very hard to relax. Alot of what we do to just wind down, is tied to our language. Watch TV, read the paper, go to a movie, hang out in a park, have friends over, go get a bite to eat…

    Anyway, I am amazed at the abilities and determination of all professional athletes who move away from home and learn new cultures. Guys like Jozy who have been in numerous countries, well.. I can’t imagine how frustrating that could be. Maybe I should be a little more patient…….. Naaaahhhhhhhh!


  • falckskejrnrn3n3nbwbwbeee

    Exactly. A foreigner abroad whose just an expat may find their patriotism increases during their stay, unintentionally of course


  • Number 4

    They need to do 1 of these for Clarence Goodson in Denmark and Oguchi Onyewu well while he was in Portugal


  • Felix

    These videos are the coolest, I love when US Soccer puts these out – I wish they did more of them.


  • whoop-whoop

    It seems without fail, every time I see one of these pieces on our players, in spite of varying backgrounds, I am struck that each are extremely grounded, down to earth, intelligent people. Just regular guys…. who happen to be really good at what they do. Makes it very easy to pull for them.


  • TheFrenchOne

    apparently i am the only one who find the video about depressing. maybe i was expecting to see dolo interact with the locals and to see him banter with his teamates. still cool to see where he lives and the town. i lived in germany for 3 years, so it brings back (mostly good) memories.


  • Number 4

    They probably filmed it on a weekend in August before the start of the match. Might explain that or perhaps club didn’t give permission to film him at the club.

    Very similar to the video he did 6 and a half years ago


  • kevdflb

    I think I could watch a half hour about Cherundolo in Hanover.

    He seems like an incredibly warm, humble and intelligent person.


  • Marc Silverstein

    going way back…the Kasey Keller video at his German castle was also pretty cool.


  • Don Pelayo

    Fantastic piece. Cherundolo is one classy dude. It seems that all of our players who have succeeded abroad are very intelligent and open to immersing themselves in a new culture.


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