“On Tuesday I was probably just as excited about Stuart Holden coming back into the team and getting some game time as I was about the result. It was a wonderful occasion for the fans to see him make his return. Hopefully he’ll continue to progress and will be a regular fixture in the first team soon.” Bolton manager Dougie Freedman.
- Big Sunday in the Premier League.
- Bundesliga returns from break.
- National Team camp.
- Edu’s new club.
- Cup of Nations begins.
MLS SuperDraft: Is this the USMNT lineup of the future? – from MLSsoccer’s Charles Boehm: He could become the Nick Rimando of his generation.
MLS SuperDraft: Busy Toronto emerges stronger, richer – from Soccernet’s Jeff Carlisle: Bekker, the MVP of the MLS Combine, saw his stock rise dramatically, and Payne was thrilled to land the Canadian U-23 international.
Evolving times: Ten MLS coaches once played in the league – from Pro Soccer Talk’s Steve Davis: Remember, MLS is still just 18 years old.
From Minnesota to Ethiopia: U.S. soccer star Fuad Ibrahim eyes Africa Cup of Nations chance – from CNN’s James Montague: And then out of the blue an email arrived from the country of his birth — Ethiopia.
Duvier Riascos deal could indicate evolution of Liga MX – from Goal.com’s Brent Latham: Now he’s sought after by the likes of Stuttgart, reportedly set to make a multi-million euro bid.
Who is Mauricio Pochettino? – from The Independent’s Charles Reynolds: but who exactly is the new man?
Arsenal, Wenger in need of derby win – from Fox Soccer’s Jamie Trecker: Arsenal are in a slump, again.
Patrick Ebert – Revival in Purple and White – from Bundesliga Fanatic’s Aleix Gwilliam: Despite that, he’s made quite the impact.
Why Michael Mancienne deserves an England call-up – from The Mirror’s Ross Dunbar: For an English defender, his passing from the back is quite impressive.
Peripatetic Goalkeeper Lands in Israel – from The New York Times’ Liviu Bird: “Everywhere you go, football is different, and the people think differently, and the people act differently.”
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