Chivas USA midfielder Sasha Victorine has announced he will be taking a job with the Kansas City Wizards front office, ending his playing career after ten seasons. Victorine retired as a member of Chivas USA.
“I’d like to thank all of my teammates that I’ve played with over the years, and all of the fans who have given me their support,” Victorine said. “Growing up in Orange County, I feel lucky that I was able to play in front of my home fans for so much of my career. I am now eager to start the next phase of my career.”
He scored 32 goals and had 41 assists over 242 Major League Soccer games, along with four caps for the US National Team. He also was a member of the Under-23 squad for the Sydney Olympics. He was part of teams that won the NCAA Championship (UCLA in 1997), US Open Cup (Galaxy in 2001), and the MLS Cup (Galaxy 2002).