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Friendly scoreboard watching
   July 21, 2011 (3:33 PM) by Matt Benson     Email This Post Email This Post
 

Here are some more friendlies from the last two days involving some Americans.

Eric Lichaj came off the bench for 25 minutes in Aston Villa’s 3-1 victory over Walsall.  Anton Peterlin is currently on trial with Walsall and saw 30 minutes of action in the game.

Alfredo Morales played one whole minute in Hertha Berlin’s 2-1 victory over Hapoel Tel Aviv.

Clarence Goodson got the start in Brøndby’s 3-0 loss to Ajax.

Stefan Jerome went the full 90 minutes in Sigma Olomouc’s 2-1 victory over Maccabi Petach Tikva.

Preston Zimmerman scored two goals in SV Darmstadt 98’s 6-1 victory over SC Opel 06 Russelsheim.

Andrew Wooten scored four goals(!) in Kaiserslautern II’s 7-2 victory over SG Bruchweiler.

As for some other random news.

US U-20 defender Greg Garza might have found a home in Finland.

Maura Gladys caught up with Brad Rusin to talk about his journey from the Carolina Railhawks to Denmark.

Carlos Bocanegra is back in France training with Saint-Etienne.

 
Categories: Alfredo Morales, Andrew Wooten, Anton Peterlin, Brad Rusin, Carlos Bocanegra, Clarence Goodson, Eric Lichaj, Greg Garza, Preston Zimmerman, Stefan Jerome
 

4 Responses to “Friendly scoreboard watching”

  1. Kyle says:

    So if Wooten remains on the reserve team, they play in the 3rd division or the 4th? I couldn’t find this anywhere.

  2. Matt says:

    Kaiserslautern II are in the German Regionalliga which is the fourth tier.

    It goes:

    Bundesliga
    2. Bundesliga
    3. Liga
    Regionalliga

  3. Ufficio says:

    I wonder if they’ll consider loaning him out to a 2nd or 3rd Liga team if he can’t break the full team. Seems like he’s already exceeded the level of competition in the Regionalliga.

  4. Howie says:

    Yeah, at almost 22 he’s kind of old for the reserve team (the way Germany tends to function, at least) and is clearly above the 4th division.

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