Dominic Kinnear ties Bob Bradley for third on MLS all-time wins list

Original Dynamo manager has 124 wins in ten years as MLS head coach

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Dynamo head coach Dominic Kinnear earned his 124th win as an MLS head coach in Saturday’s 3-1 triumph over Seattle. The win moves Kinnear into a tie for third on the league’s all-time wins chart with Bob Bradley, the current manager of the Egyptian national team, who won 124 games as the head man with Chicago, New York and Chivas USA.

Kinnear, in his tenth season as head coach after succeeding Frank Yallop with the San Jose Earthquakes before the 2004 season, now only trails two coaches: Sigi Schmid and Bruce Arena. Kinnear’s 124th win came against the coach at the top of the list, Schmid. The man in between, Arena, was Kinnear's rival in the last two MLS Cup finals. The list below details the coaches with the most regular season wins in Major League Soccer history:

 

COACH

CURRENT/ LAST TEAM

WINS

LOSSES

DRAWS

WIN %

POINTS

Sigi Schmid

Seattle*

182

126

98

.569

642

Bruce Arena

LA Galaxy*

155

95

50

.600

491

Dominic Kinnear

Dynamo*

124

83

98

.567

470

Bob Bradley

Chivas USA

124

94

54

.555

416

Frank Yallop

San Jose

117

107

84

.516

435

Steve Nicol

New England

112

108

81

.507

415

*Active MLS head coach

In our preseason countdown to kickoff, we noted that Kinnear is the seventh-longest tenured head coach in American professional sports