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Stuart Holden Does Work, Clint Dempsey Ready to Run

An American midfielder is back at Bolton and starting to train again, while Tottenham has an important Capital One Cup match and Sacha Kljestan makes an impact. Plus, pick your own MLS Starting XI.
BY Noah Davis Posted
October 31, 2012
5:13 AM
Make your own Starting XI for each MLS playoff team: Los Angeles Galaxy, Vancouver Whitecaps, Chicago Fire, Houston Dynamo, Seattle Sounders, Real Salt Lake, New York Red Bulls, and D.C. United.

  • Clint Dempsey and Tottenham take on Norwich in the Capital One Cup. A win gets the Spurs, who are playing their third game in seven days, through to the quarterfinals. Hugo Lloris should start in net as Brad Freidel gets the night off.

  • Stuart Holden is back training at Bolton and doing what looks to be like a really dull training workout. But hey, it's better than nothing.

  • Sacha Kljestan went the full 90 in Anderlecht's 5-0 victory over Gent. coincidence much?

  • Two highlights, courtesy of Soccer Over There: Eric Lichaj with the game-winning assist against Swindon:

    And American U-18 product Julian Green scores two goals for Bayern Munich's U-19:

  • Red Bull Arena is relatively okay after Hurricane Sandy. Next up: D.C. United on November 3rd.

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