The New York Cosmos announced on Thursday that former US National Team player Carlos Llamosa is now part of the team's coaching staff. … Llamosa joins head coach Giovanni Savarese and fellow assistant Alecko Eskandarian at the club, scheduled to play the Fall season in the North American Soccer League.
Dubbed by USMNT coach and former DC United coach Bruce Arena as the best man-marker in MLS, Carlos Llamosa wasted no time becoming a regular with the USMNT after becoming a US citizen in 1998.
Former US National Team defender and World Cup veteran Carlos Llamosa will be joining fellow National Team alumnus Preki Radosavljevic's coaching staff at Chivas USA. … The following is a press release from Major League Soccer --CARSON, CA (Jan 28, 2009) MLS -- Chivas USA Head Coach Preki today announced the hiring of Carlos Llamosa, a World Cup veteran and MLS Cup winner, as the Red-and-White’s new Assistant Coach. … The Colombian-born Llamosa, who played in MLS from 1997-2007, including his final two seasons with Chivas USA, made 29 appearances with the United States National Team after gaining U.S.
In front of him were defenders Tyrone Marshall and Carlos Llamosa, both established MLS talents. … On July 28, Rimando, Llamosa, Mastroeni, Preki, Bishop, and Pineda Chacon started the All-Star game with Serna on the bench.
The alumni members of the United States National Soccer Team Players Association, the union for the USMNT World Cup squad.
A list of the USMNT World Cup squads and the players from 1930, 1934, 1950, 1990, 1994, 1998, 2002, 2006, and 2010.
The New England Revolution announce former USMNT player Carlos Llamosa as an assistant coach. … Llamosa had been an assistant with the NY Cosmos in the NASL.
A list of USMNT alumni players for the United States National Team.
The USMNT 2002 World Cup squad that advanced to the quarterfinals in South Korea.
The Oregonian's Jamie Goldberg talks to Portland Timbers assistant coach and former USMNT player Carlos Llamosa.
The Revolution announced that Soehn, assistant Carlos Llamosa, and fitness coach Aidan Byrne wouldn't return for 2018.
Three of those picks went to New England, who set part of the foundation for their MLS Cup contending seasons by picking up Carlos Llamosa and Steve Ralston.
Pope, Jeff Agoos, Carlos Llamosa, John Harkes, Tony Sanneh, Richie Williams, Jaime Moreno, Ben Olsen Raul Diaz Arce, Roy Lassiter, and Marco Etcheverry.
Pablo Mastroeni made his initial impact in pro soccer as a member of the Miami Fusion, partnering fellow USMNT player Carlos Llamosa.