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A few links before the weekend’s games
   January 18, 2013 (11:22 PM) by Matt Benson     Email This Post Email This Post
 

Nothing new to report on the Brek Shea front.

Clarence Goodson traveled to Turkey this weekend to check out Orduspor.  We could have two Americans in Turkey in less than a week.  Turkey OT readers (all zero of them) haven’t been this excited since Jozy Altidore and Freddy Adu were both playing there in 2010-11.

John Kretlow talked to Brian Span as he gets ready for the 2013 Allsvenskan season in Sweden.

And there are some reports that Ryan Miller could be leaving Sweden for a return to the US with the Portland Timbers.

According to this tweet, US U-19 goalkeeper Ethan Horvath has joined Molde FK in some capacity (signed?  trial?  training?).

Cornell product Jimmy Lannon has signed with FC Lustenau 07 of the Austrian Soccer First League.

Jermaine Jones tells Doug McIntyre of ESPN Insider that his injury is not that bad and he will hopefully return to training next week if there is no pain in his knee.

It looks like dual citizen (US and UK) William Cline is currently with Bristol City’s youth academy.

Charlie Campbell is one of six players currently on trial with Swedish side Ljungskile SK.

Parker Walsh is still on trial with Karlsruher SC, but he scored in a recent friendly.

 
Categories: Brian Span, Charlie Campbell, Clarence Goodson, Ethan Horvath, Jermaine Jones, Jimmy Lannon, Parker Walsh, Ryan Miller, William Cline
 

One Response to “A few links before the weekend’s games”

  1. 2tone says:

    I don’t know how many times I have to say this, but the U.S. does not have a U-19 team. They U-15, U-17, U-18, and U-20’s. And U-23’s in Olympic years.

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