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The OT Report – Tuesday Edition
   October 30, 2013 (12:19 AM) by Matt     Email This Post Email This Post
 

A few guys in action on Tuesday, including one goal, so I thought I would throw one of these up here.

Alejandro Bedoya (FC Nantes – French Ligue 1) – Alejandro got the start and scored a goal in FC Nantes’ 2-0 victory over Lorient in the Coupe de la Ligue.

Patrick Hopkins (Ljungskile SK – Swedish Superettan) – Patrick got the start and went the full 90 minutes in Ljungskile SK’s 1-0 loss to Örgryte.

Pat McMahon (Ljungskile SK – Swedish Superettan) – Pat got the start and played 77 minutes in Ljungskile SK’s 1-0 loss to Örgryte.

Aaron Nichols (Ljungskile SK – Swedish Superettan) – Aaron got the start and played 60 minutes in Ljungskile SK’s 1-0 loss to Örgryte.

Brek Shea (Stoke City – English Premier League) – Brek came off the bench, played 44 minutes and received a yellow card in Stoke City’s 4-4 (4-2 PKs) victory over Birmingham City in the Capital One Cup.

Paul Tracy (Ljungskile SK – Swedish Superettan) – Paul got the start and went the full 90 minutes in Ljungskile SK’s 1-0 loss to Örgryte.

 
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5 Responses to “The OT Report – Tuesday Edition”

  1. Ian says:

    I doubt he did, but does anyone know if Shea took one of the penalties?

  2. Kyle #2 says:

    Shea did not take a PK unfortunately.

  3. Gregory says:

    I’m a Shea hater and I wanted him to take a PK. He has an an amazing left foot. Really think Shea needs to get off the wing and play more central. Use that left foot to fire shots instead of crosses.

    I’m almost positive Jurgen will bring Shea to Brazil if Shea can get a Championship loan.

  4. Dirk says:

    According to Stoke message boards, Shea had a couple good crosses, one that should have been finished for a goal by Kenwyne Jones.

    But other than that they were rather merciless in tearing him apart. The typical “it looks like he never played this game” comments and “what do you expect he came from a shit league” type stuff. And then there is the occasional sensible comment regarding the fact that he has barely played any first team football in the last year and still needs playing time to get up to speed.

  5. Jerry says:

    Of those players on the fringes Shea is one of the few that actually offers the potential of something different if he made the squad. We have no true “wingers”, and it would give our team a nice change up look in a tournament format.

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