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Archive for the ‘Jordan Seabrook’ Category


VPS vs. AIK Highlights
   July 2, 2015 (2:37 PM) by Matt Benson
 

Jordan Seabrook got the start and scored a goal in VPS’s 2-2 draw to AIK in Europa League action on Thursday.  Here are some highlights with his goal coming at the 0:49 mark.

 
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UEFA Champions League and Europa League early qualifying rounds draw
   June 23, 2015 (6:46 AM) by Howie Michaels
 

The draw for the early qualifying rounds of the UEFA Champions League and Europa League were held yesterday, giving us the summer plans for a few Americans in the lesser-known first divisions of Europe.

For the Europa League first round, Danijal Brokovic and FK Olimpic, fresh off a 6th-place finish in the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina, will take on Slovakia’s Spartak Trnava. Jordan Seabrook, whose VPS finished 4th in the Finnish Veikkausliiga, will take on AIK of Sweden. Meanwhile, Morgan Langley’s St. Patrick’s Athletic, 3rd in the League of Ireland last year, will face off with Latvia’s Skonto (not to be confused with Tonto).

The leagues of the Europa League first qualfiying round will take place July 2 and 9.

Meanwhile, in the early stages of the Champions League, Cesar Romero and Pyunik will take on San Marino’s Folgore, assuming that the Joker doesn’t depart for interest from Russia or Serbia. If they are successful in winning that tie (the dates aren’t set, but they will either be June 30 or July 1 and July 7 or 8), they will actually force Molde, who of course have Josh Gatt (injury dependent) and Ethan Horvath. So we could be in for a little Armenia-Norway American clash.

 
Categories: Cesar Romero, Danijal Brkovic, Ethan Horvath, Jordan Seabrook, Josh Gatt, Morgan Langley
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VPS vs. HJK Highlights
   May 17, 2015 (11:35 AM) by Matt Benson
 

Jordan Seabrook got the start and scored a goal in VPS’ 2-2 draw to HJK on Sunday.  Here is a link to a Veikkausliiga highlight show (can’t embed the highlights) with Seabrook’s goal coming at the 0:45 mark.  Here is also his goal in GIF form.

 
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VPS vs. KTP Highlights
   May 3, 2015 (6:11 PM) by Matt Benson
 

Jordan Seabrook came off the bench and scored his first league goal of the season (third goal across all competitions) in VPS’ 3-2 loss to KTP in Finland on Sunday.  Here is the Veikkausliiga highlight show (can’t embed it and his goal is around the 7:30 mark) or you can check it out below in GIF form.

 
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KuPS vs. VPS Highlights
   April 24, 2015 (8:13 PM) by Matt Benson
 

Since the internet is still awesome, someone did another Freddy every touch video.  Freddy Adu got the start and played 74 minutes in KuPS’ 1-0 win over VPS on Thursday.  Stephen McCarthy came off the bench and played 11 minutes for KuPS, while Jordan Seabrook went the full 90 minutes for VPS.  Here is all the Adu action of his second game in Finland.

 
Categories: Freddy Adu, Highlights, Jordan Seabrook, Stephen McCarthy
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Quick links for Tuesday
   October 7, 2014 (2:07 AM) by Matt Benson
 

I should be in bed now, but I wanted to post these links before tomorrow.

The US announced its roster for Friday’s friendly.  Jurgen Klinsmann did his usual post-roster Q&A.

Grant Wahl caught up with Landon Donovan about his post-career plans.  Expect to see a Landon Donovan tifo on Friday.  And Donovan doesn’t think his World Cup snub was personal by Klinsmann.

While there should be changes to the roster between Friday’s friendly and next week’s friendly, Fabian Johnson had to pull out due to a Achilles tendon problem.

A few goals this past weekend by Marc Heider, Andrew Stadler, Jordan Seabrook, Cesar Romero and Jerome Kiesewetter.  We also had assists from Fabian Johnson and Rubio Rubin.

Rubin’s two assists actually led to him to be on at least one Eredivisie Team of the Weekend.

Andrew Wooten doesn’t appear to be on US Soccer’s radar at the moment.

I see you, Clint Dempsey.

Doug McIntyre is hearing that Jozy Altidore turned down an MLS offer last January.

Steven Goff has a little update on Juan Agudelo.  I like the thought of vacant lots being owned by various soccer players trying to acquire a passport from Cyprus.

The US U-17 team is down in Panama and Christian Pulisic scored a nice goal.

Amando Moreno scored a goal over the weekend with Tijuana’s U-20 team.

US U-18 forward Mukwelle Akale is getting a lot of interest in possibly joining Villarreal in Spain.

Pablo Punyed and Stjarnan won the league title in Iceland this past weekend.

There was an American sighting at PSG this past weekend . . . but it was just Olympic Track and Field champion Carl Lewis.

And finally, various oddsmakers in the UK have the US as the favorite to host the 2022 World Cup.

 
Categories: Amando Moreno, Andrew Stadler, Andrew Wooten, Cesar Romero, Christian Pulisic, Clint Dempsey, Fabian Johnson, Jerome Kiesewetter, Jordan Seabrook, Jozy Altidore, Juan Agudelo, Landon Donovan, Marc Heider, Mukwelle Akale, Pablo Punyed, Rubio Rubin, US Men's National Team
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VPS vs. SJK Highlights
   October 5, 2014 (2:22 PM) by Matt Benson
 

Jordan Seabrook went the full 90 minutes and scored his sixth goal of the season in VPS’s 3-0 win over SJK on Sunday.  Justin Moose also got the start and played 75 minutes for SJK.  Here are some highlights with Seabrook’s goal coming at the 5:25 mark.

 
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Tuesday morning links
   September 16, 2014 (12:02 AM) by Matt Benson
 

This past weekend was a busy one throughout Europe.

We had 12 different players score goals for a total of 15 goals.  So far, I have found highlights of Jordan Seabrook, Andrew Jacobson, Kenny Saief, Pablo Punyed and Cesar Romero.  For more information on the other goals, check out our updated goal tracker.

But some other non-goal scoring noteworthy stuff happened this past weekend as well.  Brad Guzan now leads all Premier League goalkeepers in clean sheets this season after posting a 1-0 win over Liverpool at Anfield (highlights).  He was happy about the win.

Brek Shea made his Birmingham City debut and assisted on the Blues’ lone goal in their 1-1 draw to Leeds United (highlights).  His performance was also worthy of Man of the Match honors by Birmingham City’s fans.

Julian Green also made his Hamburg debut, getting the start but getting subbed out at halftime of their 2-0 loss to Hannover 96.  By most accounts, he was pretty so-so.  Here is a photo of him in action (I really do like those white shirts).  And Hamburg’s manager Mirko Slomka was fired.

Joe Gyau made Borussia Dortmund’s bench for the first time this season in their 3-1 win over Freiburg, but he did not get into the game.

On the youth team sides, Andrija Novakovich scored a goal for Reading’s U-18 team in a 2-1 win over Brighton & Hove Albion.  And Kyle Scott scored a goal for Chelsea’s U-18 team in a 2-2 draw to West Ham United.

Aron Johannsson will never get to play a game for new manager Marco van Basten as he has stepped down due to health issues.

Forbes’ Mark J. Burns writes about how Clint Dempsey and Jozy Altidore have seen an uptick in endorsement money following the World Cup.

Andy Schreur talked to Tab Ramos about the US U-20’s trip to Argentina.

It looks like Chivas USA’s Eric Avila is headed to Santos Laguna following the MLS season.

I posted a link last week about how Mexico was going after U-17 defender Edwin Lara and now it looks like Mexico’s U-17 team is going after a couple other dual nationals.

And finally, in the event you haven’t seen AC Milan’s Jeremy Menez’s goal from this past weekend, you need to check it out.  Just dirty.

 
Categories: Andrew Jacobson, Andrija Novakovich, Aron Johannsson, Brad Guzan, Brek Shea, Cesar Romero, Clint Dempsey, Edwin Lara, Eric Avila, Joe Gyau, Jordan Seabrook, Jozy Altidore, Julian Green, Kenny Saief, Kyle Scott, Pablo Punyed, US U-20 National Team
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VPS vs. Jaro Highlights
   September 14, 2014 (2:12 PM) by Matt Benson
 

Jordan Seabrook came off the bench and scored his fifth goal of the season in VPS’s 3-3 draw to Jaro in Finland today.  Here are some highlights with his goal coming at the 1:34 mark.

 
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Goals from the last couple of days
   August 7, 2014 (1:36 AM) by Matt Benson
 

Of course the weekend that I am gone has 12 goals scored by various Americans throughout Europe.  Here are some GIFs of the ones that have video evidence of the goal.  For the full list of goals, check out our goal tracker.

Matt Taylor opened up the 2014-15 season with a fun goal in Saarbrücken’s 2-2 draw to Homburg in German Regionalliga action on Friday.  He also scored a goal in the team’s second game, a 2-1 win over Freiburg II on Tuesday, but there are no highlights of that game just yet.

Coming off a 10-goal season in 2013-14, Marc Heider scored his first goal this season in Holstein Kiel’s 2-2 draw to Joe Gyau and Borussia Dortmund II over the weekend in German 3. Liga action.

Fabian Hurzeler is another player who has scored two goals in the last week.  The GIF below comes from Saturday’s 3-1 win by Hoffenhim II over Hessen Kassel.  He also scored in a 4-1 win over on Zweibrücken on Tuesday but the Sudwest highlight show hasn’t come online for the mid-week games yet.

Over in Sweden, Andrew Stadler scored his 10th goal of the season on Saturday in Landskrona’s 3-2 loss to Alex Horwath and Ljungskile.

On Sunday and over in Finland, Lawrence Smith scored his fifth goal of the season in GBK’s 3-0 win over OLS.

And also on Sunday, Jordan Seabrook scored his fourth goal of the season in VPS’s 3-1 loss to Lahti.

 
Categories: Andrew Stadler, Fabian Hurzeler, Highlights, Jordan Seabrook, Lawrence Smith, Marc Heider, Matt Taylor
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