USA, Men's Retro Soccer Jersey, WC 1994, Lalas #22 "Replica" non Branded
USA, Men's Retro Soccer Jersey, WC 1994, Lalas #22 "Replica" non Branded
USA, Men's Retro Soccer Jersey, WC 1994, Lalas #22 "Replica" non Branded
USA, Men's Retro Soccer Jersey, WC 1994, Lalas #22 "Replica" non Branded
USA, Men's Retro Soccer Jersey, WC 1994, Lalas #22 "Replica" non Branded
USA, Men's Retro Soccer Jersey, WC 1994, Lalas #22 "Replica" non Branded
USA, Men's Retro Soccer Jersey, WC 1994, Lalas #22 "Replica" non Branded

USA, Men's Retro Soccer Jersey, WC 1994, Lalas #22 "Replica" non Branded

Regular price $ 25.00

Like the vast majority of American footballers, Lalas began his football career at the university. He studied and trained at the Cranbrook Kingswood High School, Birmingham, Michigan College. His origins influenced him in his two sports passions. From his American roots comes his talent in hockey, and that led his school to get the Michigan Championship in 1987. But Lalas, in addition to hockey, felt a great passion for football, influenced by Alexi's European blood, and that his father is Greek. Also, he is a music fanatic, having played in several hard rock bands and recording some albums.

In 1994 and after the good role of Lalas in the USA '94 World Cup, he began his career in European football. On July 27 that same year he debuted in the ranks of the Padova, Italian Serie A, becoming the first American player to play in the history of calcium. In 1995 he was named U.S. Soccer Male Athlete of the Year. He remained in the Padova until 1996, when he returned to his country to play in the ranks of the New England Revolution, set in which he continued demonstrating his conditions and which was included in the MLS All Star. In 1997 it was ceded to Emelec Ecuadorian, set in which he would stay for a season and then return to the MLS to play in the ranks of the historic MetroStars. His last stop in professional football would be the Kansas City Wizards, a set he would play in until 2000 and in which he announced his retirement from active football. However, in 2001 Lalas decided to return to football practice and signed for Los Angeles Galaxy, where he would return to taste the glory and success. He contributed his experience so that his team conquered the Confederations Cup and the U.S. 2001 Open Cup. A year later, in 2002, he helped the Galaxy to get his first MLS Cup. He retired definitively in 2003.

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