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The American has retired from football at just 30-years-old.
The former Houston Dynamo and Bolton Wanderers star has called time on an 11-year career which saw him earn 25 US national team caps and win two MLS Cup titles.
The ex-Bolton Wanderers midfielder has been invited to join his former MLS club for pre-season after recovering from a series of major knee injuries.
The USA international has been out of action since April 2013 through injury.
The injury-hit US international is planning to continue his career with Bolton Wanderers once back fit and healthy.
Stuart Holden is still on the road to recovery from a string of serious injuries.
Ailing Bolton Wanderers favourite Stuart Holden is aiming to return from his latest ACL tear in 2015, but stresses that he needs to rehab at his own pace.
Stuart Holden has called on Bolton fans to 'rally around' the players in tough times.
Bolton boss Dougie Freedman would be more than happy to have Stuart Holden back at the club once the ailing midfielder feels he is fit and ready to return.