The United States men’s national team added a new goalkeeper coach to its staff Friday.
Aron Hyde was hired from Atlanta United, where he spent three seasons coaching goalkeepers, including USMNT goalkeeper Brad Guzan.
“Aron brings a tremendous amount of experience and a knowledge of both the domestic and international landscape,” U.S. Soccer technical director Earnie Stewart said. “He will be a great addition to the senior team staff while also serving as a connector to the rest of our programs.”
Before he was brought on full-time, Hyde worked with the USMNT goalkeepers during the November Concacaf Nations League matches against Canada and Cuba.
“We are pleased to add Aron to the technical staff as Goalkeeper Coach,” U.S. head coach Gregg Berhalter said. “He has extensive knowledge of the American goalkeeper pool and excels on the training field preparing our goalkeepers to perform.”
Hyde will permanently join the USMNT for the team’s annual January camp, where he will work with Bill Hamid, Sean Johnson, J.T. Marcinkowski and Matt Turner.
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