Strikers hire Austrian Kronsteiner
[NASL] The Fort Lauderdale Strikers, last in the NASL's spring season, will announce 59-year-old Austrian Gunther
Kronsteiner, who coached this past season in the German fourth division, as their new head coach on Wednesday.
Kronsteiner, who replaces Daryl
Shore, has head coaching experience in Austria with SV Spittal, LASK Linz, DSV Leoben and Austria Vienna.
The Strikers will serve as the first opponents for the New York Cosmos,
who make their debut Aug. 3.
No comments yet.
|Recent Soccer America Daily Video Pick: Own goal by Bernardez is salve for Salt Lake May 3, 11:38 p.m. |
Real Salt Lake ended its scoreless streak at 387 minutes without scoring. That is, it needed ... What They're Saying: Ruud Gullit May 3, 9:58 p.m.
"His team is boring when, in my opinion, the players he has deserve much better. Mourinho ... MLS releases 2015 roster rules and regulations May 1, 5:08 p.m.
Major League Soccer published its 2015 roster rules and regulations. They included a streamlined process for ... MLS Weekend: Battle royale in Foxboro May 1, 2:56 p.m.
Teams are settling into their seasons as the third month of MLS play gets underway. Both ... NASL: Scorpions deal Menjivar for Rusin May 1, 1:44 p.m.
In a move to shore up their defense, the San Antonio Scorpions acquired 6-foot-4 defender Brad ... Fox names Women's World Cup studio crew May 1, 5:09 a.m.
Fox Sports is going all out on its coverage of the Women's World Cup, beginning June ... Road to Vancouver: El Tri Femenil has heavy U.S. ties May 1, 4:43 a.m.
Mexico national team coach Leonardo Cuellar cut his squad for the Women's World Cup down to ... Road to Vancouver: No surprises in Bleues 23 May 1, 3:57 a.m.
There were no surprises in France coach Philippe Bergeroo's 23-player squad for the 2015 Women's World ... Attendance Watch: Sac hits 9,500 season-ticket cap May 1, 2:59 a.m.
Sacramento Republic FC, which is seeking to become an MLS team, has capped season tickets for ... NWSL: Thorns' Taylor out after knee procedure May 1, 2:02 a.m.
England Women's World Cup hopeful Jodie Taylor, picked up by the first-place Portland Thorns from Washington ... >> Soccer America Daily Archives