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USMNT camp tidbits
   January 21, 2015 (1:37 AM) by Matt Benson

A bunch of media have been in Los Angeles this week between the USMNT camp and MLS media day.  Here are a bunch of tidbits to come from that.

Jozy Altidore finally sat down with various members of the press since arriving at camp after moving to Toronto (somehow Jon Arnold was allowed at the big boy table?!).  From that talk, Jon Arnold and Jeff Carlisle each have stories with quotes from Mr. Altidore.

Jermaine Jones “leaked” to the media that the USMNT has been trying out a 3-5-2 (or at least a three-man back line) with Jones being the middle of the back three.

Jones also said that he would be open to a move back to Europe after his contract expires in December.  I hope he finds a way to stay in the US and someone finally gives him (and his family) a reality show.

Jurgen Klinsmann told Rob Stone that CONCACAF Olympic qualifying has been moved up six months to this fall.  Probably a reason why this camp is already using some U-23 players.  And just another tournament on US Soccer’s landscape for an already busy 2015.

Bill Hamid is rehabbing a shoulder injury and trying to avoid a surgery which is why he was forced to withdraw from January’s USMNT camp.

Another injured player who is not in camp, Graham Zusi, is battling a grade 4 stress reaction in his foot which has been bugging him the last two months.

Maurice Edu hasn’t had any recent talks with Jurgen Klinsmann about the USMNT.

And finally, Charles Boehm has a nice interview up with DaMarcus Beasley.

Categories: Bill Hamid, DaMarcus Beasley, Graham Zusi, Jermaine Jones, Jozy Altidore, Maurice Edu, US Men's National Team, US U-23 National Team
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Thursday morning links
   May 15, 2014 (12:01 AM) by Matt Benson

I was going to post these yesterday, but my cloud-based bookmarks type site was not working so I couldn’t access the links that I had saved up over the last few days.  So here they are.

In case you have been living under a rock, here is the US’s 30-man provisional roster for the World Cup.  Jurgen Klinsmann did his usual post-roster release Q&A on US Soccer’s website.  The final 23-man roster will be named after the friendly against Turkey at Red Bull Arena.

Most of the team met up in Stanford yesterday, 21 of the 30 to be exact.  Maurice Edu is being limited right now due to some concussion-like symptoms while Omar Gonzalez might be ready to return from his knee injury in a few days.  And Terrence Boyd wants to be a tank up front at forward. is counting down the 10 most significant goals in US Soccer history and the first few are already up.’s Devin Pleuler takes a look at the last 25 years of the USMNT and its history with the defensive midfielder.

The witty Men in Blazers guys are starting World Cup previews on the Grantland Youtube channel, starting off with the USMNT.

I am going to start doing “Youtube Flashbacks” from time to time and here is a great hour-long documentary of the US at the 2002 World Cup.

This has to be a “must buy” for all the serious US Soccer fans.

Sunderland manager Gus Poyet was on The Football Show on SiriusXM FC 94 to talk about Sunderland’s season and Jozy Altidore.

Brian Sciaretta caught up with Alejandro Bedoya before he joined up with the USMNT camp.  And here is a great video of Bedoya leading the Nantes’ fans in the “I Believe” chant.

Now we know why Clint Dempsey always looks pissed off on the field . . . he has to listen to Stephen A. Smith all day.

Here are some quick numbers showing you that Tim Howard is awesome.

Since his second UK work permit appeal was denied, Stoke City and Juan Agudelo have mutually terminated his current deal.  With that said, Agudelo does have “considerable interest” around the Dutch league after his performances with FC Utrecht over the last couple of months.

Jon-Paul Pittman was one of eight players released by Wycombe Wanderers earlier this week.  Pittman missed a lot of this season due to a knee injury.

Here is what John Brooks and Hertha Berlin will wear in home games next season.  And here are Julian Green and Bayern Munich’s home shirts for next season.

Junior Flores will play with Borussia Dortmund II in the German 3. Liga next season.

US U-17 defender Danny Barbir has signed with West Bromwich Albion.

In more youth news, Alonzo Clarke has been in England with Manchester United the last couple weeks.  And he has some interest from Blackpool as well.

Categories: Alejandro Bedoya, Alonzo Clarke, Clint Dempsey, Danny Barbir, John Brooks, Jon-Paul Pittman, Jozy Altidore, Juan Agudelo, Julian Green, Junior Flores, Maurice Edu, Omar Gonzalez, Terrence Boyd, Tim Howard, US Men's National Team
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Friday morning links
   May 9, 2014 (6:15 AM) by Matt Benson

Some links before the weekend.

The USMNT 30-man provisional roster is coming out on Monday afternoon.  In case you are not tired of reading roster predictions, I was able to get Howie, Jon, Will and myself to make our guesses at the final 23-man roster, so go check that out.  Based on the comments over the last two weeks, I am sure there will be people who disagree with us, but we all pretty much agreed on a core 15-18 guys.

This is a pretty good bookmark-worthy link, but SI is keeping track of all the World Cup rosters as they get announced.

I did not get to watch Showtime’s 60 Minutes Sports piece on the USMNT, but I heard it was alright.  ESPN’s Dougie Mac (a.k.a. Doug McIntyre) was able to spot a potential USMNT friendly against Belgium on June 12 while down in Brazil on Jurgen Klinsmann’s whiteboard during the piece (screenshot).

This is also a reminder that ESPN’s Inside: U.S. Soccer’s March to Brazil starts up next Tuesday.  Here is the full schedule for the six episodes as they are all on different nights, while here is a short trailer.  As I have said before, Jonathan Hock and Roger Bennett are the producers so you know this is in good hands.

The USMNT fell one spot to #14 in the latest FIFA world rankings.  Not a lot of moves in this month’s rankings.

In case you missed it yesterday, Omar Gonzalez is going to be out a week or two with his knee injury, while Clarence Goodson picked up a shin contusion and is questionable for this weekend’s game.  Doesn’t look like either will hurt their World Cup chances.

Two other players who could be arriving late to camp are Aron Johannsson and Timothy Chandler.  Johannsson and AZ Alkmaar could still have Eredivisie Europa League playoffs to deal with.  They are up 3-0 after the first leg of the semifinals with the second leg this weekend.  If they advance to the final, that would overlap with the beginning of camp.  As for Chandler, Nurnberg could have the Bundesliga relegation playoffs to deal with if they can finish above Hamburger SV and Eintracht Braunschweig this weekend.

Here is part two of Arch Rivals/ASN’s video series on Maurice Edu’s quest to make the World Cup roster.

Sacha Kljestan hasn’t played much in Anderlecht’s last third of the season and now a report out of Belgium has him not happy and that he wants to return to the US.  It even throws out the LA Galaxy’s name, but I don’t see that happening since they already have three designated players.

Continuing with the same theme, a report out of Mexico claims that DaMarcus Beasley wants to leave Puebla for a return to MLS.

It looks like Oguchi Onyewu is one of the few players that is newly out of contract at Sheffield Wednesday that the club wants to re-sign.

The English FA chairman Greg Dyke wants to make it tougher for non-EU players to play in England.  This obviously would hurt Americans if something like this were to come true.

Hey Seattle people, the documentary on Bob Bradley, We Must Go, is making its premiere in your fine city on May 26.  Go buy tickets here.

And finally, 8-bit Landon Donovan says “Deal With It”.

Categories: Aron Johannsson, Bob Bradley, Clarence Goodson, DaMarcus Beasley, Landon Donovan, Maurice Edu, Oguchi Onyewu, Omar Gonzalez, Sacha Kljestan, Timothy Chandler, US Men's National Team
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A bunch of links for Tuesday
   April 15, 2014 (12:57 AM) by Matt Benson

A lot of things to check out.

US Soccer’s website has a bunch of goodies from the last couple of days.  They stopped by Toronto to do a little Q&A action with Michael Bradley.  They also have the latest Road to the Roster podcast up with Jurgen Klinsmann.  He talks about the Mexico friendly and Jozy Altidore among other things.  And they also have a Q&A up with World Cup hopeful DeAndre Yedlin.

The US U-20 team is down in Texas for the Dallas Cup and is already 2-0-0 after the first two games.  They kicked things off with a 3-2 win over River Plate.  Here is a photo of Ben Spencer celebrating after scoring one of the goals.  On Monday, the team defeated Eintracht Frankfurt 3-0.  Here is a photo of Tijuana and US U-20 teammates Paul Arriola and Amando Moreno celebrating the win.  The US leads Group C with six points and will play Tigres on Wednesday as they look to advance to the semifinals.

While we are on the topic of the U-20 team, Brian Sciaretta caught up with Rubio Rubin before the Dallas Cup to talk about the tournament and joining FC Utrecht.  Rubin turned 18 in March, allowing him to sign a professional contract, but Utrecht can’t register his contract until July 1.

We had some goals this past weekend in Europe.  Alfredo Morales scored his first of the season in a 2-1 loss.  Juan Agudelo scored what turned out to be the game-winning goal in Utrecht’s 2-1 win.  And Michael Farfan came off the bench and scored the game-tying goal in Cruz Azul’s 2-2 draw.  The goal earned Farfan a spot on Medio Tiempo’s Team of the Week as a sub.

Back to Agudelo for a second.  Word on the street is that Stoke City manager Mark Hughes flew to Holland to watch him play this past weekend.  And Stoke City will be looking to get a second appeal on his UK work permit at the end of this month or the beginning of May.

Just in case people forgot, Jozy Altidore is one of the good guys.

ESPN FC’s Alex Labidou wrote some words (or typed them) after talking to FC Nantes’ Alejandro Bedoya.

Stuart Holden talked to the fine folks over at Fox Sports about trying to recover from yet another knee injury.  Stu’s sock game was on point.

Here is a really short film on Clint Dempsey by Degree Men, which was apparently directed by Mad Men’s Jon Hamm.  Dempsey also scored two goals this past weekend, giving him six on the season in only 303 minutes in MLS play after scoring only once in 922 minutes last year with Seattle.

A few guys saw the field on Monday.  After battling some swelling in his knee, Danny Williams returned to Reading’s starting lineup and played 61 minutes in a 1-1 draw.  Bobby Wood came off the bench, played 24 minutes and picked up a yellow card in 1860 Munich’s 4-2 loss to Dynamo Dresden.

Over in Sweden, Matt Pyzdrowski went 90 minutes between the sticks while Eric Pothast played 45 minutes and picked up a yellow card in Ängelholm’s 3-2 win over Jönköpings Södra.  And Alex Horwath started at goalkeeper and Brandon McDonald came off the bench for the final two minutes in Ljungskile’s 0-0 draw to Landskrona, which had Andrew Stadler and Paul Torres each go 90 minutes.

So I have decided to learn how to make GIFs since sometimes they are easier to post/watch than some of these weird video players that some highlight sites use (plus GIFs are just awesome).  I practiced a bunch this weekend making a few of the goals scored in MLS play by some World Cup hopefuls, so here they are:  Clint Dempsey 1, Clint Dempsey 2, Chris Wondolowski, Maurice Edu and Kyle Beckerman.  It is a learning process as I try to figure out size and quality while not trying to make these 10 MB files, but it went better than I expected.

Categories: Alejandro Bedoya, Alex Horwath, Alfredo Morales, Amando Moreno, Andrew Stadler, Ben Spencer, Bobby Wood, Brandon McDonald, Chris Wondolowski, Clint Dempsey, Danny Williams, DeAndre Yedlin, Eric Pothast, Jozy Altidore, Juan Agudelo, Kyle Beckerman, Matt Pyzdrowski, Maurice Edu, Michael Bradley, Michael Farfan, Paul Arriola, Paul Torres, Rubio Rubin, Stuart Holden, US Men's National Team, US U-20 National Team

Catching up with some links
   January 28, 2014 (12:29 AM) by Matt Benson

A bunch of stuff from the last couple of days.

Some reports started to come out of Mexico about a possible US/Mexico friendly in Phoenix for April.  It looks like it has some legs as Steven Goff has also heard some things about this.  This wouldn’t be a FIFA fixture date so expect a lot of MLS and Liga MX players for both squads if true.  The last time the US played a game in the month of April was Jozy Altidore’s hat trick against Trinidad & Tobago in Nashville during a World Cup qualifier in 2009.  The last time the US played a friendly in the month of April was a 1-1 draw to Jamaica in Cary, North Carolina in 2006.

Grant Wahl and Brian Straus are both in Carson for the USMNT training camp and discuss in this video about some possible World Cup candidates with a lot to gain this week.  Grant is also a lot taller than Brian.

After what seemed like two months, Maurice Edu is officially headed to Philadelphia on a season-long loan.  Goff is hearing that his base salary is somewhere between $480,000 and $600,000, while Ives heard that Edu passed up some offers from Turkey and the English League Championship.

As for another member of the “Stoke Americans Loaned Out” 3×3 team (Howie gets all the credit on that one), Brek Shea’s loan with Barnsley ends on Thursday, so it looks like Tuesday’s game against Blackburn Rovers will be his last with the Tykes unless they extend the loan.  There is some speculation out of England that Burnley are also interested in Shea.

Juan Agudelo made his FC Utrecht debut over the weekend and I was able to find some highlights of the match.  He gets into the game around the 3:00 mark of the video.

Fabian Johnson had to be subbed out of Hoffenheim’s game this past weekend after picking up a hand injury.  Hoffenheim’s press officer told Brian Sciaretta that he will have surgery on his hand and he will be out a couple weeks, while Jurgen Klinsmann told Grant Wahl that he will have surgery, but he is expected to play this upcoming weekend.  Hopefully it is the latter.

Klinsmann also told Wahl that Jermaine Jones is more likely to transfer to another European team than an MLS team in the next four days.

Timothy Chandler scored a goal over the weekend.  He was rewarded by being named to three Teams of the Week:  Bundesliga Fanatic, Kicker and Who Scored.

Edgar Castillo also had a good weekend and was named to the MedioTiempo Team of the Week.

And Will Packwood was named Birmingham City’s Man of the Match by some match day sponsors for his performance for the Blues in the FA Cup over the weekend.

Speaking of the FA Cup, 16-year-old Gedion Zelalem made his Arsenal debut last Friday in the FA Cup.  He became the first player to feature for Arsenal who was born after Arsene Wenger became manager.  While he is likely a long shot to ever play for the US, here is refresher on his story.

No one might be hotter than Andrew Wooten right now.  He scored another goal for FSV Frankfurt in a friendly on Monday.  Granted these are only friendlies, but he has five goals in four games since his loan started a couple weeks ago.

The US U-17 team won the Aegean Cup Championship over the weekend.  Here is a photo of the team celebrating with the trophy, while here are some highlights of their win over Turkey.  Could we potentially see Haji Wright, one of the top players from this cycle, in Dortmund with Junior Flores in the future (let the speculation begin)?  Yay internets!

Kevin Hoyos is close to joining the Honduran side Olimpia.  The 20-year-old played with C.D. Victoria (also in Honduras) this past fall.

Brian Sciaretta is hearing that a player with MLS ties could be joining Bob Bradley and Stabæk on a trial in the near future.

To put a bow tie (or maybe a bolo tie since they are making a comeback in 2014) on the Michael Bradley to Toronto transfer, here is a good read on how his and Defoe’s moves all went down.

Finally, Greg Selzter breaks out his stat notebook for a bunch of fun numbers.  I am also going to post a quick Inside the Numbers thing on Aron Johannsson later today.

Categories: Andrew Wooten, Bob Bradley, Edgar Castillo, Fabian Johnson, Gedion Zelalem, Haji Wright, Jermaine Jones, Juan Agudelo, Kevin Hoyos, Maurice Edu, Michael Bradley, Timothy Chandler, US Men's National Team, Will Packwood

Motown Philly: Maurice Edu is officially back in MLS
   January 27, 2014 (2:03 PM) by Howie Michaels

After a bunch of rumored controversy, Stoke City has agreed to loan another American, as Maurice Edu will spend 2014 playing in MLS for the Philadelphia Union. The midfielder, who has made just one (!) Premier League appearance since joining Stoke during the infamous Rangers’ fire sale of 2012, will be on loan with an option to buy.

After reasonable success at Rangers (despite being injury-plagued for two years), Edu failed to have such success with Stoke City. He had a decent spell on loan with Bursapor in Turkey in the latter part of last year, but he has been a non-factor for Stoke since then. With a deep central midfield for the US, it makes sense for Edu to go after any playing time ahead of the World Cup, where he is currently probably on the outside looking in. There was allegedly interest from France (sort of a rollover rumor for Edu, it seems), England, and Spain, but Edu opted for the City of Brotherly Love.

Edu joins Brek Shea (Barnsley) and Juan Agudelo (FC Utrecht) on the suddenly stacked “Stoke Americans Loaned Out” 3×3 team.

Categories: Maurice Edu
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A few nuggets of information for Friday
   January 24, 2014 (12:17 AM) by Matt Benson

As the USMNT camp portion in Brazil nears its end, US Soccer gives us a quote sheet with some players raving about the facilitates and their off day.  And the latest diary talks about the day off from training.  And here is a short video of Kyle Beckerman talking about a lot of the same stuff.

Steven Goff has the latest on US Soccer’s budget for the next fiscal year (April 1, 2014 to March 31, 2015).  Sounds like they might see a surplus due to the Seattle qualifier being held in such a large venue compared to the normal ~20,000 seat venue.  And there is a proposal for 10 friendlies between April and November, including an April friendly which would likely see a MLS-heavy roster due to it not falling on a FIFA fixture date.

Twitter news-breaker Taylor Twellman is hearing that Nick Sakiewicz of the Philadelphia Union is headed to England/Stoke City to to finalize details on Maurice Edu’s transfer to MLS/Philly.  I want Mo in Philly solely for the ability to post this video every so often.

Stoke City’s website also has a new story up with some quotes from Juan Agudelo.

Jerome Kiesewetter is headed to Hertha Berlin II on loan for the rest of the 2013-14 season.  Kiesewetter hasn’t appeared in any games for Stuttgart II in the German 3. Liga this season so he heads back to Hertha Berlin (he grew up in their youth academy) to get some playing time in the Regionalliga.

Grant Wahl is reporting that Sporting Kansas City recently rejected a $1 million bid by Juventus for 16-year-old defender Erik Palmer-Brown.  Wow.  Palmer-Brown was one of 24 players who just finished camp with the US U-18 team in Florida this month.

Sebastien Ibeagha talked to Neil Morris of Indy Week about his decision to head to Europe over playing in MLS.

Brian Sciaretta caught up with promising US U-20 midfielder Romain Gall who currently plays with FC Lorient’s U-19/U-21 teams.

And let’s end this links post with a trick shot video where Mix Diskerud got involved in the fun.

Categories: Erik Palmer-Brown, Jerome Kiesewetter, Juan Agudelo, Kyle Beckerman, Maurice Edu, Mix Diskerud, Romain Gall, Sebastien Ibeagha, Steve Cherundolo, US Men's National Team

A bit of this and that for Wednesday
   January 22, 2014 (12:02 AM) by Matt Benson

We had two goal scorers on Tuesday.  Aron Johannsson scored his 20th goal of the season across all competitions in AZ Alkmaar’s 2-0 win over Roda JC in the Dutch Cup (highlights).  Paul Arriola scored again for Dorados in their 3-1 win over Estudiantes Tecos in Copa MX action (highlights).

Stoke City’s website finally announced the Juan Agudelo loan deal yesterday.  According to that link, he/Stoke City have to wait four months from the date of the original work permit appeal hearing (his hearing was in late November) before he can re-apply for a UK work permit.  Grant Wahl also spoke to Agudelo about everything that has gone down this week.  As it says in the Wahl interview, it doesn’t sound highly that he will be able to play this weekend due to paperwork.

Grant Wahl also did a video interview with MLS commissioner Don Garber last week where he talks about a bunch of MLS stuff, including topics like Michael Bradley’s return, Maurice Edu’s potential return and how they haven’t been able to make it work financially to get DaMarcus Beasley back in the league.

Only a couple things USMNT-related for today.  A Q&A with Benny Feilhaber and a video with Brad Davis.

Some injury updates.

Fabian Johnson had to be subbed out of a friendly due to a bruised thigh over the weekend.  Hopefully it was just a precaution.

John Brooks has returned to training individually off to the side with Hertha Berlin.  He picked up his latest knee injury earlier this month.

While it was speculated back in November/December that Jonathan Spector and his thigh injury wouldn’t be able to return until January, it now looks like he won’t be back until the end of February.

Anthony Wallace has been spotted in Sweden trialing with Landskrona BoIS.  Landskrona have already signed Americans Paul Torres and Andrew Stadler this offseason.

Daniel Stevens has signed with FC Viikingit in the Finnish Ykkönen (second tier).  Stevens scored 12 goals last season with BK-46 in the Kakkonen (third tier).

Fulham’s U-21 team has gone unbeaten in 12 games this season with Emerson Hyndman coming off the bench in their latest 1-0 win over West Ham United.

Finally, Tom Marshall introduces us to two Americans (Joel Soñora and Ryan Palmbaum) moving up the ranks with Boca Juniors’ youth system.

Categories: Andrew Stadler, Anthony Wallace, Aron Johannsson, Benny Feilhaber, Brad Davis, DaMarcus Beasley, Daniel Stevens, Emerson Hyndman, Fabian Johnson, Joel Sonora, John Brooks, Jonathan Spector, Juan Agudelo, Maurice Edu, Michael Bradley, Paul Arriola, Paul Torres, Ryan Palmbaum
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A couple things for Tuesday
   January 21, 2014 (12:13 AM) by Matt Benson

Let’s start in Brazil.

The US scrimmaged Sao Paulo again yesterday and won the rematch 2-1.  No clue on who scored but here are some more photos.  And here is a diary from the weekend.

FC Utrecht officially announced the loan deal for Juan Agudelo on Monday.

Still nothing really new on the Maurice Edu front, but it sounds like they (MLS and Edu) are still apart on a price.

This is from last week, but here is a video interview by Oguchi Onyewu after signing with Sheffield Wednesday.  Grant Wahl also got some words from Gooch.  And in case you missed it, he has a “hockey” assist in his Wednesday debut over the weekend.

Brek Shea continues to play for Barnsley on his loan and he had a nice back heel pass over the weekend.

Andrew Wooten scored two goals for FSV Frankfurt in a friendly over the weekend.  He has done well in these winter camp friendlies since going out on his loan.

Steven Goff told us about Sebastien Ibeagha trialing in Denmark last week.  Now Brian Sciaretta has found out some more details about his trial with Aalborg BK.

Corey Hertzog’s trial with Falkensberg in Sweden was cut short due to a hamstring injury.

And finally, former USMNTer Thomas Dooley is in the running for the manager job with the Philippines National Team.

Categories: Andrew Wooten, Brek Shea, Corey Hertzog, Juan Agudelo, Maurice Edu, Oguchi Onyewu, Sebastien Ibeagha, Thomas Dooley, US Men's National Team

Links for your Friday morning reading pleasure
   January 17, 2014 (12:19 AM) by Matt Benson

A bunch of USMNT to end the week.

US Soccer officially announced the friendly against Ukraine for March.  The US is 0-2-1 all-time against Ukraine and they are the highest rated FIFA team (#18) who did not qualify for the World Cup.

They had a scrimmage against Sao Paulo FC on Thursday with the Brazilians walking away the 2-1 winners, which also saw 24 different USMNT players seeing the field.  Here are some photos from the “closed-door” scrimmage.  [insert faux outrage over losing]

US Soccer also put up their second diary of the trip as well as some quotes from a couple different players.  They also did a video on the one US player who was born in Brazil:  Benny Feilhaber.

Finally on the US Soccer front, the National Soccer Hall of Fame Class of 2014 nominees were announced.  Brian McBride has to be a first ballot HOFer, right?

In the world of Juan Agudelo, Stoke City finally admitted that they “tied” to Agudelo and that they are looking for a loan destination for him.  Standard Liege seems to be the trendy rumored landing spot for him at the moment.

The MLS SuperDraft took place in Philadelphia on Thursday and some people pestered Don Garber about Maurice Edu.  Nothing new to report other than that discussions are ongoing.

Steve Cherundolo went 90 minutes and picked up a yellow card for Hannover 96 in a friendly against Fenerbahçe on Thursday.

Fabian Johnson (58 minutes) and Jeremy Toljan (32 minutes) each played for Hoffenhim in a 3-0 win over Bobby Wood (45 minutes) and 1860 Munich in a friendly on Thursday.  Here are some photos and some highlights.

And Timothy Chandler started and played 45 minutes in Nurnberg’s 2-1 win over FC Luzern in yet another friendly.

Euan Holden was one of five players released by Bury on Thursday.  Holden appeared in only two league games for the Shakers in 2013-14.

We have a new goal tracker up for 2014.  The 2013 goal tracker is still up there and Christian Eissele led all American goal scorers in 2013 with 29 goals across all competitions in Finland.  He also has a new highlight video up on Youtube.

Categories: Benny Feilhaber, Bobby Wood, Brian McBride, Christian Eissele, Euan Holden, Fabian Johnson, Jeremy Toljan, Juan Agudelo, Maurice Edu, Steve Cherundolo, Timothy Chandler, US Men's National Team

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