Seattle Sounders Sigi Schmid, shown during an MLS match in June, returned to practice Thursday after being hospitalized but he will not travel with the team for Saturday’s match at the San Jose Earthquakes. “I could fly, that’s not an issue,” Schmid says. “… But the doctors wanted me to stay in this area for at least a week.”
Seattle Sounders Sigi Schmid, shown during an MLS match in June, returned to practice Thursday after being hospitalized but he will not travel with the team for Saturday’s match at the San Jose Earthquakes. “I could fly, that’s not an issue,” Schmid says. “… But the doctors wanted me to stay in this area for at least a week.” Ted S. Warren The Associated Press
Seattle Sounders Sigi Schmid, shown during an MLS match in June, returned to practice Thursday after being hospitalized but he will not travel with the team for Saturday’s match at the San Jose Earthquakes. “I could fly, that’s not an issue,” Schmid says. “… But the doctors wanted me to stay in this area for at least a week.” Ted S. Warren The Associated Press

Coach Sigi Schmid returns to Sounders after hospital stay, but he won’t travel to San Jose

September 10, 2015 6:01 PM

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