Minnesota United announced today the club has hired goalkeeper coach Stewart Kerr.
Kerr joins MNUFC after spending two seasons with Western Conference side Vancouver Whitecaps. Prior to joining Vancouver, Kerr spent the 2016 season with Orlando City SC and three seasons at Toronto FC. The native of Bellshill, Scotland began his coaching career in his home country, working with Airdrie United during the 2008-2009 Scottish First Division season, then moved to Motherwell FC in the Scottish Premier League from 2009 to 2011.
During his coaching career, Kerr has worked with talented goalkeepers such as England's John Ruddy, Ireland's Darren Randolph, former TFC and current Seattle Sounders FC goalkeeper Stefan Frei, and current Orlando City SC goalkeeper Joe Bendik. Additionally, Kerr helped prepare former TFC and Brazilian national team goalkeeper Julio Cesar for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
As a player, Kerr began playing professionally at 18-years-old with Scottish Premier League giants Celtic FC, later going on to play with English clubs Swindon Town, Brighton & Hove Albion, and Wigan Athletic.
John Pascarella will remain on the MNUFC coaching staff.
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