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Friday morning links
   April 11, 2014 (1:01 AM) by Matt Benson
 

Some links before the weekend.

The long rumored Copa America Centenario appears to be coming to the US in 2016.  The 16-team tournament will feature 10 CONMEBOL teams and six CONCACAF squads, including the US and Mexico.

The US has moved up one spot to #13 in the latest FIFA world rankings.  As for the rest of the US’s group of fun, Germany is #2, Portugal is #3 and Ghana is #38.

Tab Ramos has named his 21-man roster for the Dallas Cup.  The US will face River Plate, Eintracht Frankfurt and UANL Tigres in Group C of the Gordon Jago Super Group.  Emerson Hyndman will also be in attendance at the tournament, but he will be playing with Fulham.

Jose Torres became the first American to win Mexico’s Copa MX earlier this week.  Torres has now won trophies in Copa MX, Copa Sudamericana, Liga MX Clausura, Super Liga and CONCACAF Champions League (three times).  Not too shabby.

Timothy Chandler has begun running again for the first time since his latest injury.

While Steve Cherundolo’s playing career has come to an end, he is about to begin his coaching career.

Hey US Soccer, go talk to Ado Jahic.

Howie already told us about Tyler Ruthven and Jon Okafor returning to the US with Arizona United.  You can now add Charles Renken to the list.

A Swedish newspaper decided to do a story on the three Americans at Sandvikens IF: Seth Rudolph, Adam Kelemet and Yoni Berhanu.

And finally, we are just over 61 days away from the World Cup.  So enjoy this:

 
Categories: Adam Kelemet, Ado Jahic, Charles Renken, Emerson Hyndman, Jose Francisco Torres, Seth Rudolph, Steve Cherundolo, Timothy Chandler, US Men's National Team, US U-20 National Team, Yoni Berhanu
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End of the week linkage
   August 23, 2013 (1:23 AM) by Matt Benson
 

A few links for your Friday morning reading pleasure.

We had a couple of goals on Thursday.  Aron Johannsson scored in his fifth consecutive game for AZ, a 3-1 win in Europa League (highlights).  And a pair of Americans, Seth Rudolph and Andrew Stadler, both scored in Sandviken’s 3-2 win in the Swedish Cup (highlights).

We also had a Freddy Adu sighting on Thursday.  He came off the bench and played 25 minutes in Bahia’s 2-1 win over Portuguesa in Copa Sudamericana action.

A day after Landon Donovan told Fox Soccer Daily that he has received some interest from Europe, he tells TWC Sportsnet that he hopes to return to the Galaxy.

Jozy Altidore has his latest blog entry up over at ESPN FC.

Not really earth shattering, but Fabian Johnson wants “to achieve great things” this year at Hoffenheim.

This was sort of rumored on Twitter during the US-Bosnia game, but there is a good chance we could see these two teams playing each other in a World Cup tune-up in St. Louis in 2014.

Here is a German report from earlier this week on Bobby Wood returning to 1860 Munich after earning his first cap with the USMNT.

If you know German, here is a short video interview with Andrew Wooten.  Since I don’t know German, I am just going to pretend that he is talking about how Triumph is his favorite Wu Tang Clan song.

Greg Seltzer gives us a couple goodies on Terrence Boyd’s potential suitors.

Mathew Wagner caught up with Zarek Valentin to talk about his season in Norway.

 
Categories: Andrew Stadler, Andrew Wooten, Aron Johannsson, Bobby Wood, Fabian Johnson, Freddy Adu, Jozy Altidore, Landon Donovan, Seth Rudolph, Terrence Boyd, US Men's National Team, Zarek Valentin
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Sandviken vs. AIK Highlights
   August 23, 2013 (12:41 AM) by Matt Benson
 

Sandviken are headed to the next round of the Svenska Cupen after defeating AIK, 3-2, in extra time.  American Seth Rudolph scored Sandviken’s first goal of the game, while fellow American Andrew Stadler scored the winner in the 108th minute.  Here are both of their goals.

 
Categories: Andrew Stadler, Highlights, Seth Rudolph
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