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An assortment of links for Wednesday
   August 21, 2013 (2:07 AM) by Matt Benson     Email This Post Email This Post
 

We found out on Monday that Steve Cherundolo needed another surgery on his left knee, but now it is looking like it won’t be as bad as first thought.

“The very short operation was today,” Hannover press officer Alex Jacob told YA on Tuesday. “The doctor cut a small scar tissue. Stevie will be back soon.”

Greg Seltzer was told the same thing and heard that Mix Diskerud picked up a small knock over the weekend and he should be available to play this week.

Alejandro Bedoya picked up a calf injury and is questionable for Nantes’ game against PSG on Sunday.

Five Americans played in Tijuana’s 3-2 win over Victoria in CONCACAF Champions League.  Paul Arriola opened up the scoring in the 10th minute (highlights).

While Landon Donovan told us that he is starting to get offers from outside the US for once his contract expires with the Galaxy, Greg Seltzer is starting to hear that some of that interest is coming from Italy, possibly even AC Milan.

Shawn Barry went the full 90 minutes and scored a goal in LASK Linz’s 2-0 win over SV Wallern in Austria on Tuesday.

Brian Sciaretta thinks Fabian Johnson’s best position for the USMNT is at midfield rather than leftback, so he dives into that topic.

Sciaretta also talked to Emerson Hyndman about playing with Fulham’s youth academy.

Joe-Max Moore will be inducted into the US Soccer Hall of Fame in October and spoke to Your Daily Cowboys Football Fix for an interview.

 
Categories: Alejandro Bedoya, Emerson Hyndman, Fabian Johnson, Landon Donovan, Mix Diskerud, Paul Arriola, Shawn Barry, Steve Cherundolo
 

2 Responses to “An assortment of links for Wednesday”

  1. Gregory says:

    I doubt Lando makes a move to Italy unless it is with AC Milan, I can’t see smaller clubs paying him anymore then what he makes in the MLS, and I really don’t see Lando caring about Europa League. Not to mention Italy can be a sh#! show depending on what region your visit.

    If the Dempsey moved reminded us of anything it’s that money talks. But I just can’t see Italian out bidding the MLS for their golden boy.

    I see Lando resigning if the MLS and seeking a winter loan to Europe to get in shape for Brazil.

  2. Trent Hill says:

    AC Roma surely has an interest. American ownership, interest in growing in the American market–it only makes sense.

    I’d put my money on Everton, AC Roma, some German club, or re-upping with LAG.

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