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A few links for tonight
   July 12, 2012 (12:40 AM) by Matt Benson     Email This Post Email This Post

The title says it all.

Former Bolton Wanderers defender Robbie Elliott had some nice things to say about Stuart Holden and Tim Ream.

Speaking of Ream, he recently talked to Mark Yesilevskiy of Lion Of Vienna Suite.

Brent Latham has a story up on USMNT and Club Tijuana midfielder Joe Corona.

Brian Sciaretta did an interview with Bryan Gerzicich this week.

Sciaretta also talked to Brian McBride about returning to the field with Wembley FC.

J.R. Eskilson of Top Drawer Soccer informs us that 16-year-old goalkeeper Treston Kederer is headed to FC Utrecht to train in August.

Preston Zimmerman scored a goal in a friendly against Kaiserslautern II this week.

And a few Americans will be in Europa League action tomorrow, including Sean Cunningham who did a video interview before the game.

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Categories: Brian McBride, Bryan Gerzicich, Joe Corona, Preston Zimmerman, Sean Cunningham, Stuart Holden, Tim Ream, Treston Kederer

5 Responses to “A few links for tonight”

  1. Steve Trittschuh says:

    Sean Cunningham gets my vote for worst soccer interview of the year. Sean Cunningham, here’s some advice:

    a. speak up
    b. stop saying “ya know”
    c. stop saying “um,” “er” and “uh”
    d. learn Norwegian
    e. stop jostling back and forth like you’re a wallflower at a junior high prom

  2. Eric says:

    Did he take your girl Steve? You sound really bitter.

  3. Ian says:

    Is anyone else worried about the Michael Bradley transfer? It seems like they started the process 2 weeks ago and we’re still waiting while other transfers are being completed in a couple days or sometimes, seemingly, hours. From what I’ve gathered the hold up seems to be Roma finding a player willing to be loaned to Chievo (that’s also acceptable to Chievo). I think there’s been 1, and possibly a 2nd, Roma player who refused to be loaned out. I know Italian football is a little different because sometimes multiple teams own a player’s rights, but I’m becoming more and more anxious each day the deal hasn’t been wrapped up.

  4. Gregory says:

    Bradley is playing well at Chievo Verona. Chievo finished pretty close to Roma. Bradley needs the field and he honestly didn’t play well in Germany.

    Borussia Monchengladbach finished Champions league 4th in the Bundesliga without him.

    BM was in a relegation battle every year Bradley was in the mix. Not to mention Bradley couldn’t find the field in an EPL loan.

    Chievo is good like Hoffemhiem, Fabain and D.Williams do not need loans.

    Gonzalez, Cameron, Hamid, CJ Sapong, Sean Johnson need loans.

    Parkhurt, J. Spector, etc are not on Chievo status.
    Bradley is doing fine at Chievo.

  5. 2tone says:

    @ Steve- You do know he is like 19 years old. Not many 19 year olds can give articulated well constructed interviews.
    That happens overtime.

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