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Sigi Schmid aims for 100th win
April 25th, 2008 6:45AM
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[MAKING A LIST] Columbus coach Sigi Schmid can celebrate his 100th MLS win if the Crew beats Houston on Saturday. Schmid, 55, collected 79 of his wins while at the helm of the Los Angeles Galaxy, with which he won the 2002 title, in 1999-2004. He would become the second coach, after Bob Bradley to hit the century mark. For a list of Top 10 MLS coach win leaders ...

MLS COACHES: Regular-season win leaders
Rank COACH win-loss-tie (teams)
1 BOB BRADLEY 124-94-54 (Chivas USA, MetroStars, Chicago)
2 SIGI SCHMID* 99-80-51 (Columbus, Los Angeles)
3 BOB GANSLER 86-85-51 (Kansas City)
4 THOMAS RONGEN 83-98-9 (Chivas USA, D.C. United, New England, Tampa Bay)
5 DAVID DIR 81-75-4 (Dallas)
6 OCTAVIO ZAMBRANO 80-55-8 (MetroStars, Los Angeles)
7 TIM HANKINSON 78-83-34 (Colorado, Tampa Bay
8 BRUCE ARENA 77-51-10 (D.C. United)
9 STEVE NICOL* 77-57-48 (New England)
10 TOM FITZGERALD 70-67-7 (Columbus)

* Active MLS coach.



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