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Moving back to the club picture (with links!)
   October 13, 2011 (7:39 AM) by Matt Benson     Email This Post Email This Post
 

Before diving back into the world of the club scene, Howie took a look last night at the lack of offensive production by the USMNT over the last year and a half (as well as some quotes looking at the big picture).  If you really want a post-game recap of Tuesday’s friendly, The Shin Guardian has you covered.

Now for some club-oriented stuff from the past week.

Granted the quotes are coming from his own agent, but Brek Shea is being tracked by a few Premier League teams.

David Smith recently talked to Bobby Wood about his recent play with 1860 Munich’s U-23 team.

Jerome Kiesewetter scored two goals this past weekend Hertha Berlin II’s 5-0 victory over Oranienburger in a friendly.  Alfredo Morales and Anthony Brooks also saw the field for Hertha Berlin.

Andrew Wooten also scored this past weekend, notching his fourth goal of the season in a 2-0 victory over Schalke II.

After a couple speed bumps, Gale Agbossoumonde was finally cleared to play with Eintracht Frankfurt’s U-23 team.  He also made his debut this past weekend, playing the final 10 minutes in a 2-1 victory over SGS Großaspach.

Sebastian Lletget has returned to the field with West Ham’s developmental team after starting the season with some muscle issues.  He is hoping he can do enough on the field to make the Olympic team.

Some website called German Soccer Traveler has an interview up with Preston Zimmerman.

 
Categories: Alfredo Morales, Andrew Wooten, Bobby Wood, Brek Shea, Gale Agbossoumonde, Jerome Kiesewetter, John Brooks, Preston Zimmerman, Sebastian Lletget, US Men's National Team
 

One Response to “Moving back to the club picture (with links!)”

  1. Gregory says:

    I read Real Madrid and Barcelona wanted Brek Shea but both clubs backed out after the German government voted to take military against Spain to ensure he signs with Bayern Munich.

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