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Some random things for Thursday
   July 14, 2011 (4:17 PM) by Matt Benson     Email This Post Email This Post

Daniel Stevens scored in stoppage time to give Kemi Kings a 2-2 draw over Jeremy Vuolo and AC Oulu in Finland today.

A Clint Dempsey-less Fulham defeated Crusaders 3-1 in the first leg of their Europa League second round draw.  While Alejandro Bedoya was not in the lineup with Örebro SK drawing Sarajevo 0-0 in their Europa League matchup.

Leo Krupnik has signed a new two-year deal with Maccabi Netanya.

Sky Sports is reporting that Norwich City are in talks with Zak Whitbread over a new deal.

I might be back late tonight with some more stuff, but wanted to get this stuff up now.

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Categories: Alejandro Bedoya, Clint Dempsey, Daniel Stevens, Jeremy Vuolo, Leo Krupnik, Zak Whitbread

4 Responses to “Some random things for Thursday”

  1. Rich says:

    It’s looking like Diego Restrepo is set to be his club’s #1 keeper after they released a few others.

  2. Ian says:

    It’s interesting that Bedoya didn’t dress for a Europa League match. Doesn’t that give the impression that Orebro will try and sell him and use that Europa League availability as an added incentive to possible suitors?

  3. Ufficio says:

    Or maybe they just didn’t play a first squad. Anyone know?

  4. Matt says:

    My guess is one of two things:

    1) They are not cap-tying him so another team, lets just say Rangers as his name has been mentioned there in the past, can use him in Europa/Champions League if he does move on.

    2) I think players are allowed like 2-3 weeks off after playing in a summer FIFA tournament (I believe it was 21 days after your last game during last summer’s World Cup), so he might get some time off right now.

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