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Catching up with some links
   November 5, 2015 (12:03 AM) by Matt Benson     Email This Post Email This Post
 

Haven’t done one of these in a while.

Aron Johannsson will be out for a while after having hip surgeryAccording to ArJo, the surgery was a success.

Bob Bradley has led Stabæk to a place in next year’s Europa League.  He spoke to Greg Seltzer about the season.  He is one of two American coaches to lead a team to next year’s Europa League.  One Norwegian publication also named him Tippeligaen Manager of the Year.

Sticking with American managers in Europe, it looks like David Wagner is going to be Huddersfield Town’s next manager.

Cameron Carter-Vickers has signed a new deal with Tottenham through 2018.

Brian Sciaretta talked to Danny Williams this week.

US U-20 right back Desevio Payne is starting to get playing time again with FC Groningen.

Eddie Johnson officially announced his retirement from soccer.  He made 63 appearances for the USMNT.

Will Reno made a video on goalkeeper Ethan Horvath.  Will also did an interview this week and shockingly it is not with a goalkeeper (it is with Mexican-American Josue Soto).

Fabian Johnson scored a goal in Champions League action earlier this week.

Jermaine Jones’ contract expires at the end of the season and he is getting some interest from abroad.

Luis Gil is another player who has an expiring contract and is getting some interest from outside the US.

Junior Flores said no to El Salvador and still want to play for the US.

Jurgen Klinsmann did a Q&A session with US Soccer’s website.

Lynden Gooch scored two goals with Sunderland’s U21 team earlier this week.  His U21 coach had some nice things to say about Gooch.  And Sunderland’s website has a little spotlight on Gooch.

The American contingent at Tijuana will now have Miguel Herrera as their manager come 2016.

Paul Arriola and Alejandro Guido both scored with Tijuana’s U20 team this past weekend.

The US U-23 team will play two friendlies in Brazil this month.

And finally, Pablo Punyed is staying in Iceland but will play for IBV next season.

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5 Responses to “Catching up with some links”

  1. Gregory says:

    Shout out to Eddie Johnson, our best striker of this generation after Dempsey. (Not counting Landon Donvoan as a striker)

    Check his EPL/Championship stats please, they are awful but he’s done the best since Dempsey.

    Wondo never went “overthere”, and has only scored 1 A squad goal his entire career.

  2. daniil says:

    dempsey not a striker
    altidore #1
    eddie #2
    should’ve been in brazil (and i love wondo. wouldnt have minded having them both).

  3. Gregory says:

    @Daniil

    Thanks, I’m counting Eddie Johnson as the best his generation.

    Altidore grew up quick, Eddie Johnson is 5.5+ years older.

    Eddie Johnson was on the 2006 WC Squad. Beasley is the only player left from 2006 World Cup, keeping in mind Beasley was also in 2002.

    I think Bobby Convey finally done? He was solid EPL level player till his legs and ankles broke.

  4. daniil says:

    donovan’s first cap: 2000
    dempsey’s and eddie’s first caps: 2004
    altidore’s first cap: 2007

  5. daniil says:

    eddie’s usmnt caps: 2004-2014
    jozy’s: 2007-present

    7 of the 10 years that eddie played with the usmnt jozy was also there.
    id call that co-generational.

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