Real Salt Lake: Who could replace Jason Kreis at the helm?

Published: Thursday, Dec. 12 2013 5:10 p.m. MST

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Former MLS player and RSL color commentator

Dunseth is a random wild card and is not a likely candidate, however he is a former RSL player just as Jason Kries was when he took over.

The current RSL commentator started his career at California State University of Fullerton. He captained both the US U-20 national team as well as the 2000 US Olympic team. He played in MLS for nine years and also experienced one year in Sweden during his professional soccer career. He played for Real Salt Lake in 2005 alongside Kreis, who was still in the midst of his playing career.

Dunseth knows the team and the organization like the back of his hand, but would that be enough to hire him as a head coach? It will be interesting to see what the franchise decides.

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Riverton, UT

"He is looking to have put his stamp on MLS, but his blunt, outspoken personality makes teams weary of hiring him."


West Valley, UT

My first choice would be Robin, he would keep the status quo. But Eric may be an interesting person to have also. The other two should not be a head coach yet.

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Reality, UT

Fairly certain that at the time of the writing of this article, Wynalda had already been eliminated from consideration.

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