Onstad comes out of retirement for DC United

Updated: 18 February 2011 16:59 IST

D.C. United assistant coach Pat Onstad is coming out of retirement because the club is in need of healthy goalkeepers.

Washington:

D.C. United assistant coach Pat Onstad is coming out of retirement because the club is in need of healthy goalkeepers.

The team said on Thursday that Onstad will begin working with the team at a training camp to prepare to play in the regular season.

The 43-year-old Canadian was the oldest player in Major League Soccer when he retired last season, having played eight seasons with San Jose and Houston.

United's Steve Cronin broke his left wrist in camp last week, and Bill Hamid is recovering from right shoulder surgery.

Topics : Football
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