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Friday morning links
   November 8, 2012 (11:45 PM) by Matt Benson     Email This Post Email This Post

A few links from the last couple of days.

Liverpool will have a hearing soon over their “illegal approach” of Clint Dempsey during last summer.

Brad Guzan won Aston Villa’s Player of the Month honors for October.

Here is a video of Michael Bradley answering questions in Italian.

Want to have a dance party?  Want to have a dance party while watching highlights of Steve Clark?  If so, click this link.

DaMarcus Beasley is sitting at 97 caps with the USMNT.  Not a total surprise, he wants to hit 100.

Greg Seltzer talked to Will Packwood about his first season as a professional at Birmingham City.

Jann George is looking for a new home.  He was kicked off Nurnberg for talking back to his coach.  I have heard some rumblings over the last year that he is a head case.

Apparently Jurgen Klinsmann has talked to Shawn Parker about playing for the USMNT.  Parker is a 19-year-old forward who has scored four goals in nine games with Mainz II this year and has even made one appearance with Mainz’s senior team.

Categories: Brad Guzan, Clint Dempsey, DaMarcus Beasley, Jann George, Michael Bradley, Shawn Parker, Steve Clark, Will Packwood

4 Responses to “Friday morning links”

  1. William says:

    Beasley should be allowed to get his 100 caps. There will be friendlies over the next three years you can cap that dude three times.

  2. Ryan says:

    I agree with William, Beasley has given a lot to the US team and they should let him reach 100 caps. With Klinsman calling in a B squad for the Gold Cup this year maybe he could be on that as a player that would provide experience to a team that will probably be fairly young.

  3. Trent Hill says:

    Williams nails it. Call him into 3 friendlies. No big deal.

  4. Ian says:

    I’ve always been impressed whenever I see Steve Clark, even as infrequently as that is. After watching these highlights the main attributes I noticed were his quick reflexes with his hands and how quickly he can get down with his hands to make a diving save. He kind of whips his legs out from under him which speeds up his upper half reaching the ground. I say bring him in for a look.

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