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Hump day links
   December 19, 2012 (10:02 PM) by Matt Benson     Email This Post Email This Post
 

A few links for Wednesday.

Stuart Holden had a good chance to play in a reserve match for Bolton earlier this week, but the game was called off due to that lovely December weather in England.

The US ended the year ranked #28 in the latest FIFA world rankings, one spot down from last month.  Mexico holds down the top spot in CONCACAF at #15.  Brazil is actually at #18, which I believe is its worst ranking ever.

Jimmy Conrad spent some time with Brad Guzan in Birmingham.  Both guys seem like good people.

Do you want a story on Bobby Wood?  How about a second one?

EPL Index recently broke down Tim Howard’s last few seasons.  If you are a fan of stats, I recommend checking it out.  Looks like he has made a few more defensive errors this year than in previous seasons.

Mathew Wagner recently checked in with Matt Taylor as he enters the winter break.

Brian Sciaretta talked to Marc Pelosi as he joins up with the US U-20 camp in Florida.

Lyle Martin is returning to the US with the San Antonio Scorpions after spending some time in China.

 
Categories: Bobby Wood, Brad Guzan, Lyle Martin, Marc Pelosi, Matt Taylor, Stuart Holden, Tim Howard, US Men's National Team
 

2 Responses to “Hump day links”

  1. Trent Hill says:

    San Antonio Scorpions seem to the be the success story of Tier 2 right now, though Carolina Railhawks and Orlando City Soccer Club have arguments.

  2. Ian says:

    I saw this mentioned somewhere else, but the reason Brazil has dropped so much is because they aren’t playing any World Cup qualifiers since they’re the host nation.

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