The ASN Morning Read: Reinforcements for TFC

The struggling Major League Soccer franchise lands a potential defensive star in a weighted draft; Is Clint Dempsey the key to Tottenham's impressive run of form?; Sacha does Sacha things.
BY Noah Davis Posted
December 21, 2012
2:22 AM
  • Toronto FC snags former U-20 centerback Gale Agbossoumonde. The defender bounced around Europe and the lower leagues in the United States before signing with MLS. He needs a lot of work and a lot of playing time, but the 21 year old has the potential to be a star. Will Thomas Rongen, for whom he played at the youth level, be able to resurrect his young charge's career? Let's hope so.

  • New Los Angeles Galaxy Homegrown player Gyasi Zardes says he looked up to a certain new teammate. “I always admired Landon Donovan with his speed and technical skill,” said Zardes. “When I was with the academy team, Landon Donovan came out and said a few words, which was very inspiring because I look up to other players who work hard and have success on the field," he tells LAGalaxy.com. Will Zardes follow Donovan on to the United States national team?

  • Here's an incredible story about how Al Ahly won the African Champions League.

  • In this article, Jonathan Wilson spills many words about the improved form of Tottenham with nary a one about Clint Dempsey. Once again, the star is overlooked. Once again, he doesn't care. Just put him on the field and good things happen.

  • There is almost certainly not a cooler player in the United States player pool than Sacha Kljestan:

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