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Archive for the ‘Tristan Bowen’ Category

KuPS vs. HIFK Highlights
   September 14, 2015 (6:19 PM) by Matt Benson

Tristan Bowen got the start and scored his second goal of the season in KuPS’ 3-1 victory in Finland on Monday.  Here is his goal.

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KuPS vs. VPS Highlights
   August 12, 2015 (12:44 PM) by Matt Benson

In just his second game with the club, Tristan Bowen scored a goal today in KuPS’s 2-2 draw to VPS.  Bowen and Stephen McCarthy went the full 90 minutes for KuPS while Isaiah Schafer went 90 minutes for VPS.  Here is the Veikkausliiga highlight show with Bowen’s goal coming at the 2:07 mark or check out below in GIF form.

Categories: Highlights, Isaiah Schafer, Stephen McCarthy, Tristan Bowen
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A bunch of links for Tuesday morning
   August 11, 2015 (12:04 AM) by Matt Benson

A bunch of random stuff for Tuesday.

The US U-23ers held their College ID camp (the college version of Camp Cupcake?) this past week and ended it with a 3-1 win over Tijuana’s Segunda Premier team.  The US goals came from Paul Salcedo (California) Mac Steeves (Providence) and Brandon Vincent (Stanford).  US Soccer has some highlights of the match, while here is a write-up from Tijuana’s website.

A couple people have recently asked me to do a “23 Names” type article on the U-23 team, but ASN’s Josh Deaver just did something similar so go read that.

One U-20 player who could be part of the U-23 team, Lynden Gooch, scored a goal and notched an assist in Sunderland U21s’ 3-1 win over Norwich City over the weekend.  You can check out both right here.

Another youth player, US U-17 midfielder Luca de la Torre, recorded an assist with Fulham’s U21 team over the weekend as well.

The German Cup had some interesting things happen this weekend to teams featuring Americans.  First we had someone shoot a gun at Hertha Berlin’s bus.  Luckily for John Brooks and his teammates, no one was on board when the shooting took place.  And while he is still out, Terrence Boyd’s RB Leipzig match against Osnabruck was abandoned in the 72nd minute after someone injured the ref by throwing a lighter at him.  Come on, Germany, you are better than that.

Geoff Cameron started at center back this past weekend in Stoke City’s loss to Liverpool.  Here is a photo of him in action.  He also spoke to about why he missed the Gold Cup.

While his manager might not like it, Timothy Chandler told the press that he plans on accepting future USMNT call-ups.

Jann George scored a goal for Jahn Regensburg this past weekend.  I can’t find highlights of it yet, but here is a photo of him celebrating the goal.

Zarek Valentin had a nice assist this weekend (as well as a nice fist pump).  Greg Seltzer also spoke to him about playing in Norway.

We had a bunch of other goals this past weekend and you can check out all the highlights by looking at our updated goal tracker.

As for some goals we don’t have highlights for just yet, Danish-American defender Jamil Fearrington is now at Brønshøj BK and he scored over the weekend.

Will Daniels scored another two goals this weekend for Ægir in their 4-3 win over Sindri.  His eight league goals are the third most in the Icelandic 2. Deild (third tier).

Kai Koreniuk is a 17-year-old forward who signed with Dutch side Vitesse last August.  He scored a goal this weekend with one of their youth teams (3:55 mark).

Ethan Horvath, Josh Gatt and Molde FK will next face Standard Liège in the playoff round of Europa League.

SC Freiburg midfielder Ethan Sonis is headed out on loan to NASL’s Jacksonville Armada FC.

Defender Shane O’Neill is leaving the Colorado Rapids for Apollon Limassol of Cyprus.  Maybe Juan Agudelo can give him some real estate tips.

The Vancouver Whitecaps have sent Erik Hurtado on loan to Norwegian side Mjøndalen IF.  He will join fellow American Rhett Bernstein at the club.

After scoring 19 league goals for Landskrona over the last two years, Andrew Stadler has moved on to Östersunds FK.

After being cut by Galway United last week, Kevin Garcia has signed with Vasteras SK in Sweden.

Tristan Bowen is back in Europe and is now with Freddy Adu’s former Finnish team KuPS.  Bowen first experienced Europe in 2011-12 while on loan with Belgium side K.S.V. Roeselare.

Tijuana’s website has another story up on their Americans at the club.

Staying with the Mexican-American theme, the Total Soccer Show had Tom Marshall on this week to talk about El Tri, Liga MX and Mexican-American dual nationals.  No one covering Liga MX has a better British accent than Tom.

And finally, Will likes to rank goalies and has his updated Top 100 list for you as well as some bonus lists.

Categories: Andrew Stadler, Ethan Horvath, Ethan Sonis, Geoff Cameron, Jamil Fearrington, John Brooks, Josh Gatt, Kai Koreniuk, Kevin Garcia, Luca de la Torre, Lynden Gooch, Shane O'Neill, Terrence Boyd, Timothy Chandler, Tristan Bowen, US U-23 National Team, Zarek Valentin

KSV Roselare vs. Heist Highlights
   April 15, 2012 (10:50 PM) by Matt Benson

Tristan Bowen scored his third goal of the season in Roselare’s 2-2 draw to Heist.  Here are the highlights, including Bowen’s goal at the 2:10 mark.  Gob Bluth would also be proud of the entrance music.

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OT Player of the Week
   January 16, 2012 (6:44 PM) by Matt Benson

We decided to put the Player of the Week on hold for most of the winter break since only England was really playing, but with some more leagues starting back up this weekend, here is the first POTW honors for 2012.

Howie’s Pick – Landon Donovan (Everton – English Premier League)

Landon Donovan gets my nod for the first OT Player of the Week on the strength of his excellent through ball to help Everton earn a 1-1 draw with Aston Villa.

Matt’s Pick – Tristan Bowen (KSV Roselare – Belgian Second Division)

The Chivas USA forward scored his first goal with KSV Roselare in his 14th league appearance since going out on loan this season.  The goal helped Roselare notch a 4-1 victory over Eendracht Aalst (highlights here).

Categories: Landon Donovan, Player of the Week, Tristan Bowen
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SV Roeselare vs. Eendracht Aalst Highlights
   January 15, 2012 (12:39 PM) by Matt Benson

Tristan Bowen came off the bench and scored a goal in SV Roeselare’s 4-1 victory over Eendracht Aalst.  Here are 21 minutes worth of highlights from the game with Bowen’s goal coming in at the 17:22 mark.

Categories: Highlights, Tristan Bowen

Monday morning musings
   August 29, 2011 (6:15 AM) by Matt Benson

A couple of things to report from the weekend this morning.

I’m guessing many of you already heard this by now, but if not, George John will not be headed to Blackburn Rovers afterall.  The central defender was over in England to complete the deal, but it is sounding like Blackburn decided against the deal before it could be completed.  John will now return to FC Dallas.  No word on why the deal fell through.

Chivas USA’s Tristan Bowen is headed to Belgium to play for KSV Roselare of the Belgian Second Division on a year-long loan deal.  The 21-year-old forward will join Devann Yao as another American in the Belgian Second Division.  KSV Roselare’s website recently did an interview with Bowen which you can see right here.  I like the quick dental ad at the very end.

Speaking of Devann Yao, he finally made his first appearance with Boussu Dour Borinage last week, getting the start and picking up a red card in the 71st minute of Boussu Dour Borinage’s 2-1 loss to KV Oostende last Wednesday.

While doing The OT Report yesterday and looking up Daniel Stevens at Kemi Kings in Finland, I came across a new American in Kyle Luetkehans.  Luetkehans signed with the club last week and played his college soccer at Vermont.  The deal is a one-year deal with an option for a second season.

Categories: Devann Yao, George John, Kyle Luetkehans, Tristan Bowen
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