Chris Wondolowski knows a thing or two about scoring goals in Major League Soccer.

The former USMNT striker found the net a record 171 times in 413 regular-season appearances, putting him 26 clear of his nearest challenger, Landon Donovan.

After retiring from playing last year, Wondolowski is now on the coaching staff at the San Jose Earthquakes. One man benefitting from his presence is Jeremy Ebobisse, who has nine goals this season to sit alongside fellow American Jesus Ferreira at the top of the MLS Golden Boot race.

“Obviously having the luxury of playing alongside Wondo [Chris Wondolowski] last year in training and sometimes in games was something that might have been beneficial to me or even earlier on in my career,” Ebobisse said of Wondolowski.

“Now to have him back on the coaching staff on the sidelines, involved day-to-day, allows for better rapport between the coaching staff and players in a way that few clubs really have just because he’s a former player that has relationships with all the guys.”

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