One of the primary players to benefit from new surroundings when the expansion Chicago Fire entered Major League soccer in 1998, Chris Armas used MLS as a platform to become a regular with the US National Team. … Armas' ability to position himself in front of the defense and stop plays before they develop is well known, but he is also valuable acting in the traditional midfield role, stringing passes to the forwards and creating space.
A list of USMNT alumni players for the United States National Team.
The Colorado Rapids made fundamental changes after a last-place finish in the West in ‘23, bringing on Chris Armas to oversee a shift towards a high-tempo, high-pressing philosophy. … Christian Ramirez’s evolution into a supersub was a game-changer and he may be called upon even more as Columbus wades into the extra labor of Concacaf Champions Cup.
Even an injury with a set recovery time can change a player, like Chris Armas’s ACL injury just weeks before the start of the 2002 World Cup. … Forced to stay in the United States while his teammates went to Korea for one of the greatest experiences of their lives, Chris says he had to refocus.
A list of the USMNT Player of the Year winners awarded by US Soccer starting in 1984 and Futbol de Primera from 1991-2017.
He's considered the heir to Chicago and USMNT defensive midfielder Chris Armas.