Sigi Schmid hospitalized with pneumonia
[MLS] Seattle Sounders coach Sigi Schmid was admitted to Overlake Hospital on Thursday night after experiencing difficulty breathing. He was diagnosed with pneumonia. According to the club, Schmid's condition was stabilized by Saturday and he was improving, although he remained hospitalized through Sunday.
Schmid coached the Columbus Crew to the 2008 MLS title. In 2009, his first year with the Seattle, he guided the expansion club to the playoffs, where it lost in the first round to Houston.
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