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Steinbrecher heads Fame class

Posted by Frank Dell'Apa, Globe Staff  October 4, 2009 09:05 PM

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Former US Soccer Federation secretary general Hank Steinbrecher is among the inductees in the New England Soccer Hall of Fame.

Steinbrecher, who was head coach at Boston University from 1980-85, guided the USSF during the 1994 World Cup, the only time the finals have been held in the US. Steinbrecher, 62, was also venue director for the 1984 Olympic soccer tournament at Harvard University.

Also named were former New York Cosmos draft choice Carlos Carlos; Brown University assistant women's coach Denis M. Chartier; Franklin Youth Soccer's Richard Frongillo; Boston College men's coach Ed Kelly; former US national team and Revolution defender Janusz Michallik; and Michael Stricklin of Rhode Island. Ceremonies are scheduled at noon Sunday, Nov. 1 at the Riviera Inn in East Providence.

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