Twitter reacts to Hejduk's retirement
Favorite Hejduk quote:"...no idea how [Schelotto] saw me running thru there.I was just making another stupid run.Only this time,I scored."
— Jeff Carlisle (@JeffreyCarlisle) April 19, 2012
Nice little career for Frankie Hejduk to retire on. All the best to him in his next tubular adventure. Top dude!
— Nick Rimando (@NickRimando) April 19, 2012
Wishing Frankie Dukes a very happy retirement.. A true legend in our sport and captain of the All Party Team.. #hero
— Jay DeMerit (@D6MERIT) April 20, 2012
Dukkkeesstterrr back in Columbus! Great guy to have @columbuscrew.
— Robbie Rogers (@robbierogers) April 19, 2012
Frankie Hejduk is a BOSSSSSSSS...Sad to see him go. If he coaches anywhere, Even if its men's League,I'm quittin and going to play for him!
— Heath Pearce (@HeathGPearce) April 20, 2012
Congrats to Frankie Hejduk on a fantastic career and best of luck in his future endeavors with @columbuscrew. Retiring as a champion!
— LA Galaxy (@LAGalaxy) April 19, 2012
Frankie Hejduk has retired...#USMNT defender won 85 caps, scored 7 goals and played in 2 World Cups during a 14-year national team career.
— U.S. SOCCER (@ussoccer) April 19, 2012
Frankie Hejduk announces his retirement from soccer, takes job in Columbus front office. Best US player at '98 World Cup?
— Grant Wahl (@GrantWahl) April 19, 2012
Happy to see Frankie back in the fold again. #crew96
— Dante Washington (@DanteWashington) April 19, 2012
Frankie Hejduk played 12 seasons in MLS and won two MLS Cups and FIVE Supporters Shields with three different teams. Not bad at all.
— Ives Galarcep (@SoccerByIves) April 19, 2012
Frankie Hejduk was one of 5 #USMNT players under Sampson, Arena & Bradley. The others: Keller, Lewis, Ralston, Corrales.
— Peter Hirdt (@PeterHirdt) April 19, 2012