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A few links on some loan deals
   August 24, 2012 (12:38 AM) by Matt Benson     Email This Post Email This Post

Thursday was apparently the day of the loan deal.

Andrew Wooten was loaned out to fellow German 2. Bundesliga side Sandhausen.  While Kaiserslautern were relegated last season and he saw some first-team playing time at the end of last year, Wooten has only appeared in reserve squad matches in the Regionalliga so far in 2012-13 (three goals in three games with Kaiserslautern II).  His first chance at playing time is on Friday against Union Berlin.

Over in England, Robbie Rogers was put on Leeds United’s transfer list earlier this month, but they have now sent him to League One club Stevenage on loan until January.  Stevenage are currently managed by former Colorado Rapids manager Gary Smith.

Geoff Cameron finally got his visa and is headed back to England.  Stoke City’s website has an interview up with Cameron right here.  His first chance at playing time will be on Sunday when Stoke City host Arsenal.

Stuart Holden is still in the US rehabbing his knee, but Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle recently sent him a care package to make him feel a part of this year’s team.

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2 Responses to “A few links on some loan deals”

  1. 2tone says:

    Holden had to of had a set back that the fans didn’t hear about because he has been rehabbing his knee for 10 months now. His timeline was supposed be training with the squad by now.

  2. 2tone says:

    Also it seems Villyan Bijev is headed to IK start on loan. IK start is currently playing in Norways second division.

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