Ezra Hendrickson tipped for MLS head coach’s job
Ezra Hendrickson
November 23, 2021
Ezra Hendrickson tipped for MLS head coach’s job

Former St Vincent and the Grenadines senior men’s football team captain and assistant coach, Ezra Hendrickson, is tipped to become head coach of Major League Soccer (MLS) Club Chicago Fire.

Hendrickson represented SVG’s Vincy Heat team between 1995 and 2008, mainly in World Cup qualifiers.

Hendrickson, 49, has had MLS sojourns with the MetroStars, LA Galaxy, Dallas Burn, Chivas USA, DC United, and Columbus Crew. He retired in 2008.

Hendrickson has served as Tacoma Defiance, formerly Seattle Sounders 2 head coach, and held assistant roles with the Seattle Sounders and the La Galaxy.

Hendrickson, who is the current assistant coach of Columbus Crew, has been in the MLS for 25 years. These years include his stints as a player as well as coach.

He has won 15 major trophies, including helping Caleb Porter’s men to MLS Cup just last year.
As a player, Hendrickson has been in three MLS cups, along with the Supporters’ Shield, CONCACAF Champions’ Cup and the US Open Cup winners’ medals.