The LA Galaxy have named Pete Vagenas as the team's new general manager, while the search for a new head coach is ongoing.
Both positions have been vacant since Bruce Arena, who held both jobs, left the Galaxy last week to become manager of the U.S. men's national team.
Vagenas, a native of nearby Pasadena, was a player with the Galaxy from 2000-08, a period in which he served as team captain, and also won two MLS Cups. He later played for the Seattle Sounders and Chivas USA.
Striker Robbie Keane remains "as hungry as ever" and insists he still has plenty of goals left in him as he seeks his final challenge in football.
The 36-year-old, the Republic of Ireland's leading scorer with 68 goals, has just ended his contract with the LA Galaxy, where during a five-year-spell he became one of the most significant players in Major League Soccer.
Keane is well travelled, having played for the likes of Tottenham, Liverpool, Inter Milan and Celtic, and while he has not ruled out...