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Some late night linking
   October 3, 2012 (12:08 AM) by Matt Benson     Email This Post Email This Post
 

A few links for your viewing pleasure.

Grant Wahl talked to Stuart Holden recently and it looks like we might get to see a Holden return in late October.  I am guessing that means his return to training with the team, not when he will first see game action (but I could be wrong).

It looks like Josh Gatt was purposely held out of Molde’s game this past weekend, so he would be ready to go for Thursday’s Europe League match against Stuttgart.

I missed this last week, but Jurgen Klinsmann did an interview with ESPN.

Brian Sciaretta has a couple interviews up this week.  One with Danny Williams and one with Villyan Bijev.

Michael Parkhurst, Conor O’Brien and Aron Johannsson all made the Danish Superliga team of the week for last week.

Marc Pelosi came off the bench and help set up a goal in Liverpool U-21’s 3-0 win over Fulham.  You can see the third goal right here.  And here is a US-based story on Pelosi.

 
Categories: Aron Johannsson, Conor O'Brien, Danny Williams, Josh Gatt, Marc Pelosi, Michael Parkhurst, Stuart Holden, US Men's National Team, Villyan Bijev
 

6 Responses to “Some late night linking”

  1. oranger says:

    Pelosi could still choose to play for Germany on the senior level, correct? Is it safe to assume that if he’s good enough, he’ll pass us over?

  2. Piaggio says:

    I doubt Pelosi would choose Germany over the US, regardless of how good he is. He’s been part of the US setup for a while, has bigger ties with the US and Germans always favor homegrown players anyway.

  3. Badwolfdc says:

    Aron Johannsson has chosen Iceland over the US – a shame, but not unexpected

  4. Cam says:

    Pelosi is coming off the bench for Liverpool’s U-21’s….if he was coming off the bench for their senior team he still wouldn’t be guaranteed a German call-up…they’re pretty good

  5. 2tone says:

    I always felt that Johanssonn would stay with Iceland. Good luck to him and Iceland.

  6. Trent Hill says:

    Anyone have a link for Johannsson choosing Iceland over the US?

    I know his links were much stronger to Iceland, but it still surprises me that he would choose so quickly. Iceland isn’t exactly a player in continental or international tournaments–it rarely qualifies for either. Maybe he thinks he and Glyfi Suggurdson can turn around their fortunes?

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