Both players have been recognized for their charitable work.
Both players have been honored for their work in the community with Conrad being active in numerous charities, including Athletes Against Autism and the Child Protection Center. Pause has donated his time to the U.S. Soccer Foundation’s Passback Program and Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Conrad, 32, is a long-serving veteran of MLS, having played 11 seasons in the league with the San Jose and Kansas City franchises. He’s also been capped 26 times by the U.S. Men’s National Team.
Spending his entire career with the Chicago Fire is Pause who has made 164 appearances for the midwest club. He’s also been capped by the USMNT on five different occasions.
Shane Evans, Goal.com
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