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Archive for the ‘Jamel Wallace’ Category

Ararat vs. Ulisses Highlights
   October 25, 2014 (6:21 PM) by Matt Benson

Christian King, Jamel Wallace and Bryan de la Fuente all started with King scoring twice in Ararat’s 3-2 loss to Ulisses in Armenian Premier League action.  Here are some highlights with King’s goals coming at the 0:59 and 1:40 marks.

Categories: Bryan de la Fuente, Christian King, Highlights, Jamel Wallace
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Pyunik vs. Ararat Highlights
   September 14, 2014 (3:21 PM) by Matt Benson

The Joker strikes again.  Cesar Romero scored his third goal of the season in Armenia as his Pyunik defeated Jamel Wallace and Ararat 4-0 on Saturday.  Here is the full game with Romero’s goal coming at the 1:01:40 mark.  Got to love that random family pool in the background.

Categories: Cesar Romero, Highlights, Jamel Wallace
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Ararat Yerevan signs three Americans
   August 1, 2014 (4:10 PM) by Howie Michaels

You no doubt remember the excitement we all had over Tigran Tiraturyan signing with FC Pyunik, providing us a reason to become your go-to site for coverage of the Armenian Premier League. Now, we have three more reasons to track news from Transcaucasia, as Ararat Yerevan has signed three Americans to contracts for the upcoming season.

Bryan de la Fuente is probably the most notable of the three, having spent multiple spells with Chivas USA as well as a brief stint in Tijuana and some PDL gigs.

We’ve mentioned Jamel Wallace here once, when he was on trial in Sweden. He was a late draft pick by Seattle in 2010 and has spent time with a couple of USL Pro outfits in addition to his current stint in the PDL.

I’m having trouble finding stuff on Christian King beyond the fact that he’s 26 and a midfielder. is b

Ararat Yerevan is best-known for winning the 1973 Soviet double.

Categories: Bryan de la Fuente, Jamel Wallace

The middle of the week links
   January 29, 2014 (6:15 AM) by Matt Benson

Let’s do this.

The USMNT had a surprise addition at training today.  Stuart Holden has been cleared to do some (not all) of the training.  Stu told Grant Wahl that he is hoping to get back onto the field with Bolton’s reserves in late February.  Good to hear.

Wahl also sat down with Benny Feilhaber and Kyle Beckerman for some video interviews.

US Soccer’s website has been updated with some goodies.  They have a Q&A with Jurgen Klinsmann.  A quote sheet with stuff from Graham Zusi, Michael Parkhurst and Mike Magee.  And a video of some of the guys on the team participating in some graffiti with some youths in Brazil.

I posted on Tuesday about the US-Mexico friendly rumors and now there are some rumors of a game against Serbia in New York in May.  I have no clue how good/bad this Twitter account is (we are now entering Rumorville), but it would add fuel to that fire: Tweet #1 & Tweet #2.

Don’t forget to enter our Pick the US-South Korea score contest.  Free shirts on the line!

As Howie posted yesterday, Barnsley have extended their loan for Brek Shea for another two months.  Shea was one of seven Americans who saw the field on Tuesday.

Another one of those seven players, Tim Ream, had to be subbed off after five minutes after a clash with QPR’s Charlie Austin.  The official diagnosis:  a broken nose and three stitches.

I did a little Inside the Numbers thing on Aron Johnannsson’s 20 goals yesterday.  So check out where his 20 goals stack up in Europe this season.

After having surgery on the fractured metacarpal in his right hand on Sunday, Fabian Johnson is expected to return to training on Wednesday.

Molde’s website is saying Josh Gatt should be ready to return once the Norwegian season starts in two months.  Gatt is returning from a torn ACL.

Also at Molde, Ben Spencer is one of three Molde players training with Norwegian second tier side Kristiansund BK.

Staying in the Tippeligaen, the rumored player with MLS ties who will be trialing with Bob Bradley’s Stabæk appears to be former LA Galaxy midfielder Michael Stephens.

Sebastien Ibeagha is now on trial with AC Horsens in Denmark after playing in two friendlies during a trial with Aalborg BK.

Ljungskile SK in Sweden have two Americans currently on trial:  goalkeeper Alex Horwath and defender Jamel Wallace.  And it sounds like they are leaning towards signing Horwath.

Categories: Alex Horwath, Aron Johannsson, Ben Spencer, Benny Feilhaber, Brek Shea, Fabian Johnson, Graham Zusi, Jamel Wallace, Josh Gatt, Kyle Beckerman, Michael Parkhurst, Michael Stephens, Mike Magee, Sebastien Ibeagha, Stuart Holden, Tim Ream
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