Here are a bunch of things from the last couple of days.
Joe Gyau made his first team debut with Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday. He came off the bench and played the last 16 minutes. Here are some highlights and an every touch video of his performance. As for that hugging photo with Jurgen Klopp, that came right after Dortmund scored their first goal right as Gyau was about to sub into the game.
According to NBC’s ProSoccerTalk, Geoff Cameron is expected to return to full training today at Stoke City.
Alejandro Bedoya didn’t play in Nantes’ game over the weekend due to the flu, but he came back and played 84 minutes in a draw to Bastia on Wednesday. Bedoya also did an interview with FIFA.com this week.
Julian Green missed Hamburg’s mid-week game due to some injured ribs.
Clint Dempsey talked to the website Made Man about his goal against Ghana from the World Cup.
Freddy Adu still exists and finally played for Jagodina in a Serbian Cup win over BSK Borča (highlights).
Stabæk and the Fighting Bob Bradleys were knocked out of the semifinals of the Norwegian Cup by Molde FK this week. Grant Wahl talked to Bob prior to the game.
While he has a caretaker manager at the moment, Emerson Hyndman went the full 90 minutes in Fulham’s 2-1 win over Doncaster Rovers in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday.
Both Paul Arriola and Alejandro Guido went the distance in Tijuana’s win over Chivas in Copa MX action on Wednesday. Amando Moreno also came off the bench for the Xolos.
Herculez Gomez and Jose Torres also both went 90 in Tirges’ 1-0 win over Queretaro in Copa MX during the week.
Here are some Nottingham Forest fans singing a song about Eric Lichaj.
Robbie Keane thinks Robbie Rogers should get a look at left back for the USMNT (No Gregory, I am not posting this as a shot at Timmy Chandler. Just wanted to get that out there in advance. 😉 ).
MLSsoccer.com posted their Top 24 players under 24 yesterday. A few USMNT players (DeAndre Yedlin, Bill Hamid, Luis Gil) on there as well as some possible USMNT hopefuls in the near future (Gyasi Zardes, Wil Trapp).
It might be tough for some of the MLS players to play for the USMNT in the October 10 friendly due to the MLS schedule that week.
Steven Goff has our updated ticket sales numbers for the two October friendlies. Come on, Boca Raton.
Zarek Valentin is back on the field again as he recovers from his ankle injury.
Marc Heider scored his third goal of the season earlier this week and here are some highlights.
Brian Sciaretta gives us a “scouting report” on West Bromwich Albion’s Danny Barbir.
Don’t have FIFA 15 yet? Here are some of the ratings for USMNT players on the game.
And finally, we are nearly out of our OT/Sacha Mustache t-shirts, but here is your last chance to get your hands on one. Some of the ones listed in that post have already been claimed, waiting to hear back from some others, but send me an e-mail if you are interested.