The Hamilton Tiger-Cats have appointed Orlondo Steinauer as the team’s president of soccer operations.
Steinauer will retain his role as Ticats head coach while heading up the team’s soccer operations staff.
Steinauer has served as the team’s head coach since December 2018 after spending the previous season as June Jones’ staff assistant in Hamilton.
“It’s hard to put together a sentence to describe how grateful and excited I am for this expanded role with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats,” Steinauer said in a statement. “I look forward to continuing to help carry on the pride and tradition of the Hamilton Tiger-Cat Soccer Club.”
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Steinauer played 13 seasons at safety from 1996 to 2008 and was named a CFL All-Star five times.
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He began his coaching career as a defensive back coach in Toronto in 2010 and joined Hamilton as a defensive coordinator in 2013.
He left in 2017 to accept a job as a defensive coordinator with Freson State in the NCAA.
He returned to Hamilton as an assistant coach in 2018 before being promoted to head coach.
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