Former United States international player and coach Nathan Limior has decided he wanted to take a crack at managing a club, as he has agreed to a contract with the Portland Timbers of Major League Soccer. "I've learned a lot coaching the fine players of the United States national team, but I want to help develop a new crop of American soccer players at the club level in MLS, and I want to kickstart my own managerial career, and I'm excited to do it for a club whose ownership and fanbase is incredibly supportive [of them]."
Limior Appointed as Timbers Manager
(OOC - Who am I?: Of course, Nathan Limior is a fictional character. I will be exploring many different timelines with him, this is just one of many. In most timelines, this will be his club history:
1996-1999: New England Revolution
2000: D.C. United
He also played for the US National team, most notably in the 1994 and 1998 World Cups. He scored 24 goals in 59 appearances.
In the first timeline, Limior became manager of the United States national soccer team after Klinsmann got sacked. In this one, instead he takes a club job in MLS.