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  1. Carlos Manuel Bocanegra (Upland, California, 25 de mayo de 1979), conocido simplemente como Carlos Bocanegra, es un exfutbolista estadounidense de ascendencia mexicana. Jugaba como defensa y su último club fue el desaparecido Chivas USA de la Major League Soccer.

  2. Carlos Manuel Bocanegra (born May 25, 1979) is an American sports executive and former professional soccer player. A two-time MLS Defender of the Year, Bocanegra also played professionally in England, Scotland, France, and Spain. He earned over 100 caps with the United States, serving as captain for six years.

  3. Nombre en país de origen: Carlos Manuel Bocanegra F. Nacim./Edad: 25/05/1979 (44) Lugar de nacimiento: Upland, Kalifornien Altura: 1,83 m Nacionalidad: Estados Unidos. México Posición: Defensa - Defensa central Pie: izquierdo Club actual: Retirado Fichado: 01/01/2015 Contrato hasta: -.

  4. 22 de oct. de 2021 · National Soccer Hall of Fame Class of 2021 Inductee Carlos Bocanegra. Watch on. Bocanegra made his USMNT debut in a 2001 friendly against South Korea and a month later started five games as the U.S. won the 2002 Gold Cup. Still an inexperienced defender at the time, Bocanegra missed out on the U.S.’s run to the quarterfinals of the 2002 World Cup.

  5. Carlos Manuel Bocanegra ( Upland, California, 25 de mayo de 1979), conocido simplemente como Carlos Bocanegra, es un ex futbolista estadounidense de ascendencia mexicana. Jugaba como defensa y su último club fue el desaparecido Chivas USA de la Major League Soccer.

  6. Carlos Bocanegra. 2020 Inductee. Defender. 2001-2012. U.S. Men's National Team (110 Caps) Home States. California. Wearing the captain’s armband 64 times for the United States Men’s National Team, Bocanegra was selected for each of the 2006 and 2010 FIFA World Cups where he appeared in six total matches.

  7. Carlos Bocanegra. A defender who was captain of the United States in the World Cup and starred for clubs in both the United States and Europe. Bocanegra played 110 full internationals for the United States between 2001 and 2012, including six games at the 2006 and 2010 World Cups.