ASN Morning Read: A Good Break for Young Brek
The United States national teamer makes a deal that will afford him more playing time, and he responds; Stuart Holden is back once again; Oguchi Onyewu sings the
Brek Shea, who played just two matches during his initial 28-day loan to Barnsley, extends for two more months. He'll be with the club through the beginning of April. He earned a start in Tuesday's league cup match against Blackburn, playing the full 90 minutes in a 2-2 draw.
Bob Bradley recruits Michael Stephens, who will trial at Stabaek. The former Los Angeles Galaxy product was the 16th overall pick in the 2010 MLS SuperDraft. He was also formerly the PAC 10 Player of the Year.
Ghana plans to play the Netherlands in a World Cup tune-up on May 31. According to GFA president Kwesi Nyantakyi, "the tough test we need ahead of the World Cup." He left out about the part about how difficult it is to play the United States.
Here's a photo that will warm the cold heart of ASN's lawyer-in-chief, a proud Stuart Holden fan. The midfielder, who is recovering from yet another injury, is joining the United States national team during its training camp in Carson, California.
I mean, yes we will link to an Instagram of Oguchi Onyewu singing the Spice Girls. Why wouldn't we?
January 29, 2014
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