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MLS stalwart Henderson retires

23 December 2006 09:30

NEW YORK, Dec 22 (AFP) - New York Red Bulls standout Chris Henderson, a former US World Cup midfielder who is Major League Soccer's all-time leader in games played, announced his retirement.

The 36-year-old American played 317 games for New York, Colorado, Miami, Kansas City and Columbus. He scored three goals in 32 games for the Red Bulls last season, giving him career totals of 52 goals and 80 assists.

Henderson, seventh on the MLS career points list, was the youngest player on the 1990 US World Cup team. He scored three US goals in 80 caps and was also on the 1992 US Olympic team as well as a World Cup alternate in 1994 and 1998.

"For me to be able to retire feeling great physically, I've been really lucky," said Henderson. "It's been a fun ride since the 1990 World Cup. I'm a little bit sad but I'm also looking forward to the new challenges that lie ahead."

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