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Some links before my internet craps out
   March 7, 2012 (10:06 PM) by Matt Benson     Email This Post Email This Post
 

My internet has been super wonky this week, so hopefully you are reading this right now.

Some of you might have seen a new name on today’s The OT Report.  Mike Banner, a former Chicago Fire player, recently signed a two-year deal with Jaro in Finland and played in today’s 1-0 victory over JJK in the Finnish League Cup.

As for some more google translate fun, according to this article, Alejandro Bedoya’s former club Orebro SK are claiming that Rangers have still not paid their full transfer fee for Bedoya.

As for the latest on Rangers, administrators are trying to accelerate the sale of the club to a new owner(s) rather than implementing huge cost-cutting measures.  I believe the current players turned down a giant wage reduction yesterday.

Paolo Bandini of the Guardian has some nice things to say about Michael Bradley.

The Danish Superliga started back up last weekend and Greg Seltzer caught up with Clarence Goodson.

Will Packwood did not make his first team debut with Birmingham City on Tuesday, but Brian Sciaretta talked to Packwood this week about his experience at Birmingham City.

Alfredo Morales did an interview with Hertha Berlin’s website about his time with the club and with the US U-23s.

Billy Schuler came off the bench for Hammarby today in a friendly against Degerfors and scored twice against fellow American Brian Edwards.  Highlights from the game can be found here.

 
Categories: Alejandro Bedoya, Alfredo Morales, Billy Schuler, Brian Edwards, Carlos Bocanegra, Clarence Goodson, Maurice Edu, Michael Bradley, Mike Banner, Will Packwood
 

2 Responses to “Some links before my internet craps out”

  1. Award says:

    Schuler has talent. Too bad he decided to go play in second division in Sweden instead of sigining with MLS. Maybe he will get Hammarby promoted to the top flight in his first season.

  2. Andrew says:

    I think that the main reason for going to Hammarby was that it is only a 2 year contract. The MLS contract had club options for up to 5 years so this will allow him to move on sooner. That was important to him because he is already 22.

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