Thank you very much for your kind welcome. I am looking forward to getting strong again, right now I still can't deadlift heavy without pain... so my favorite lift is cut off. I am enjoying my current training though. My particular goals right now are a 300 clean and jerk, 225 snatch, 425 front squat, and to be able to deadlift again by the end of the year. Failing being able to deadlift heavy I would like to deadlift 405 double overhand on an axle. I think I can do it with some work, in fact I think I can exceed them.
To answer your question I have encountered some financial difficulties lately so all of my training is at home now. I do have a particular yoga program that I follow, though. I do a flow that starts with mountain pose, legs together forward bend, high lunge, low lunge, pigeon pose, plank pose, down dog, up dog, plank, pigeon, the lunges, forward bend, and mountain pose. All on the same leg then I repeat the process on the other side, I find that this program addresses pretty much all of my needs. It would seem that you are a high level soccer player/endurance guy, all of the work on the hips might, also, serve you well if you give it a try.
Yoga journal entries for the program I follow. Of course I am less flexible than any of the demonstrators on this site, but still I am fairly flexible for a 260lb man.
http://www.yogajournal.com/poses/478 Forward bend (obviously good for the hammies)
http://www.yogajournal.com/poses/2488 High lunge (hip flexor stretch)
http://www.yogajournal.com/poses/2494 Low Lunge (hip flexors)
http://www.yogajournal.com/poses/863 Pigeon pose (glutes)
http://www.yogajournal.com/poses/491 Down dog (For me this hits my shoulders and my calves mostly)
http://www.yogajournal.com/poses/474 Up dog (Another hip flexor stretch)
As for pictures of me, I don't have a camera right now. I do have a few old pictures from my competitive strongman days. I will dig them up before I update my log today. Sorry for the long response, have a great day.
Thanks again for your kind words, I hope this helps you out.