USL: Roughnecks hire Vaudreuil as head coach

David Vaudreuil, who started all five playoff games on D.C. United's 1997 MLS championship team, was hired as the Tulsa Roughnecks new head coach, replacing David Irving, who now serves as the USL club’s director of football operations & technical director.

Vaudreuil played seven seasons in MLS with D.C. United, the Colorado Rapids and Chicago Fire.

He served as head coach with the Atlanta Silverbacks in the old USL First Division and worked as an assistant coach to Jay Heaps with the New England Revolution in MLS.

“We are ecstatic to have David Vaudreuil join our organization as head coach,” said Tulsa Roughnecks vice president Brian Carroll. “David’s network of contacts throughout North America is substantial, and it is exciting to see some of the relationships that he has already started to develop as he goes about constructing our squad for next season. He is striving to put together the most exciting and most talented team that we have seen in our three years in the USL.”
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