Fernando CLAVIJO

Fernando Clavijo - U.S.A. - FIFA World Cup 1994

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 17 May 1992

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    • POSITION
      Defender
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Wednesday, 23 January 1957
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Maldonado, Uruguay.
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • U.S.A.
  • WORLD CUP
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Fernando CLAVIJO - U.S.A. - FIFA World Cup 1994

The above photo shows USA footballer Fernando Clavijo during the friendly game against Scotland.


USA - COLOMBIA 2:1 (1:0) 22.06.94 Los Angeles, Rose Bowl (93,000)
Tony Meola (c), Fernando Clavijo, Marcelo Balboa, Alexi Lalas, Paul Caligiuri, Tab Ramos,
Thomas Dooley, John Harkes, Mike Sorber, Ernie Stewart (67 Cobi Jones), Eric Wynalda (62 Roy Wegerle)
.
USA - ROMANIA 0:1 (0:1) 26.06.94 Los Angeles, Rose Bowl (94,000)
Tony Meola (c), Fernando Clavijo, Marcelo Balboa, Alexi Lalas, Paul Caligiuri, Tab Ramos (63 Cobi Jones),
Thomas Dooley, John Harkes, Mike Sorber (75 Roy Wegerle), Ernie Stewart, Eric Wynalda
.
USA - BRAZIL 0:1 (0:0) 04.07.94 San Francisco, Stanford Stadium (84,000)
Tony Meola (c), Fernando Clavijo, Marcelo Balboa, Alexi Lalas, Paul Caligiuri, Cobi Jones,
Thomas Dooley, Hugo Perez (46 Roy Wegerle), Mike Sorber, Tab Ramos (61 Eric Wynalda), Ernie Stewart.


CLUB CAREER:



1972–1979    Atenas       
1979–1981    New York Apollo/United    66    (5)
1981–1983    New York Arrows (indoor)    65    (11)
1983–1984    Golden Bay Earthquakes    40    (1)
1984–1988    San Diego Sockers (indoor)    187    (49)
1988–1989    Los Angeles Lazers (indoor)    46    (10)
1989–1992    St. Louis Storm (indoor)    136    (41)

TEAMS MANAGED:

1991             St. Louis Storm
1995–1997    Seattle SeaDogs
1998–1999    Florida ThunderCats
1998             Nigeria (assistant)
1998             Project 40 (assistant)
1998             U.S. Futsal
1999             MetroStars (assistant)
2000–2002    New England Revolution
2003–2005    Haiti
2005–2008    Colorado Rapids
2009             Miami FC