Razov is entering his fourth season as part of Bob Bradley’s staff at LAFC. The 14-year MLS veteran helped the Club win its first trophy – the 2019 MLS Supporters’ Shield. He previously spent time as an Assistant Coach with the LA Galaxy and Seattle Sounders FC, winning the 2016 MLS Cup with Seattle, before joining Bradley’s staff for LAFC’s inaugural season in 2018.
A three-time Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup winner, Razov was a crucial member of Bradley’s 1998 Chicago Fire MLS Cup team. Razov ranks sixth all-time in MLS scoring with 114 goals. The 2003 MLS Best XI selection also played for the MetroStars, Chivas USA and Columbus Crew. A Southern California native, Razov also earned 25 caps and scored six goals for the U.S. Men’s National Team.