Which of the eight candidates should lead US Soccer?
Eric Wynalda
Steve Gans
Carlos Cordeiro
Michael Winograd
Paul Caligiuri
Kyle Martino
Kathy Carter
Hope Solo
None of the above
Sweden Dalkurd FF (Superettan)
#11 | Forward
Birth Date
Birth Place
US Caps/Goals
May 1, 1988 (Age: 29)
Wauwatosa, Wisconsin
5' 11", 150 lbs (1.8 m, 68 kg)
Club Career

After completing his college soccer career at George Washington University, Stadler found it hard to get a tryout with any team, including those in the United States. However, thanks to a friend, he would eventually land a tryout with Swedish team Färila IF.
After only playing three games for Färila he was signed by fourth tier club Sandvikens IF where he remained for the following two and a half years. During his time with the club they played against Malmö FF in the Svenska Cupen where Stadler left a good impression on the Malmö assistant manager Jörgen Pettersson. And when Pettersson took over as manager for Superettan side Landskrona BoIS he signed Stadler to the club. At the end of his first season with Landskrona the club was relegated but the following summer he returned to Superettan when he was bought by league leaders Östersunds FK. The club was promoted to the top tier at the end of the year and in the third round of the 2016 Allsvenskan Stadler both assisted and scored for the first time in a top flight as Östersund recorded their first ever Allsvenskan victory.

International Career

Stadler has never been called up by the United States at any level.

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