Monthly Archives: January 2009

Red Bulls Update (Osorio to look at European-based trialists)

                                                                                    Photo by By DYLAN BUTLER The New York Red Bulls will be heading to Bradenton with a total of 35 players, including several trialists hoping to make the 24-man roster. Red Bulls head coach Juan Carlos Osorio … Continue reading »

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Shrewd Revs land goalkeeper

The New England Revolution might have found an understudy for standout goalkeeper Matt Reis and didn't even cost them a draft pick. The Revs signed UMass goalkeeper Zach Simmons on Friday, landing one of the most highly-regarded college goalkeepers in … Continue reading »

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Red Bulls practice report

                                                                      Photo by Juan Carlos Osorio has long been known as a coach who is always looking for good left-footed players, whether to play in defense or on the left flank, but the New York Red Bulls coach … Continue reading »

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Altidore completes loan move to Xerez

Jozy Altidore's loan move to Spanish second division leaders Deportivo Xerez is now official, a source close to Altidore confirmed on Friday. Altidore joined his new club today for the start of a half-season loan that should afford him the … Continue reading »

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Altidore set for Xerez loan

  Jozy Altidore is set to join Spanish second division club Deportivo Xerez on loan, while a proposed transfer has been scrapped by both Altidore and Villarreal manager Manuel Pellegrini. Villarreal general manager Jose Manuel Llaneza revealed to Spanish daily … Continue reading »

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Gallardo ready to return to River Plate?

                                                   Photo by There is lucky, and then there is D.C. United lucky. D.C. was prepared to head into the 2009 season with the injury-prone Marcelo Gallardo and his bloated and roster-sinking salary, but now it appears that … Continue reading »

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USA vs. Mexico Countdown: Bradley calls in 20 for training camp

U.S. national team head coach Bob Bradley called in a 20-man training camp roster ahead of the U.S. team's World Cup qualifier against Mexico on Feb. 11. The group is made up almost entirely of players who were part of … Continue reading »

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An MLS family’s fight against leukemia

                                                     Photo by After 11 seasons with six different teams, it is safe to call Jamaican playmaker Andy Williams an MLS lifer. His skill has dazzled countless fans and earned him a solid career of more than 300 … Continue reading »

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