May 26, 2013

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Taylor is no longer with Estoril
Tony Taylor will be playing for a new team come next season, as he will not renew his contract with Estoril.

Taylor arrived in Portugal in 2009 when Estoril was in the second division and helped the team earn promotion in the 2011-2012 season.
May 16, 2013

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Robbie Russell has hung up his cleets to become a doctor
DC United defender and one time US men's national team prospect Robbie Russell has called time on his playing career after 13 years.

Born in Accra, Ghana the former Duke Blue Devil was drafted by Major League Soccer's Los Angeles Galaxy, but opted to pursue a soccer career in Europe by signing with Icelandic first division side Breidablik in 2000. Russell then moved on to Norway where he signed for Sogndal in the country's Premier Division, becoming one of the best right backs in the league. After more than 100 appearances for the team, perennial powerhouse Rosenberg signed Russell in 2004, helping the Troll Kids to claim its 19th league title.
May 13, 2013

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Altidore scored 8 goals in 6 Dutch Cup games for AZ
Lost in all of last week's drama of Sir Alex Ferguson, Roberto Manchini, & David Moyes was series of milestones for Americans in Europe.

Last Thursday, Jozy Altidore capped a fantastic season after scoring the winner for AZ Aklmaar in a 2-1 victory over PSV Einhoven. Altidore's 31 goals across all competitions is a new record for an American player in Europe but his scoring in the Dutch Cup was staggering. Altidore scored in each of AZ's six cup games and had eight goals in total for the whole tournament, including the winner in the finals.
May 9, 2013

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Guzan has been crucial to Villa's survival
Brad Guzan's strong year for Aston Villa did not go unnoticed, as the American goalkeeper took home two big end of season awards.

Guzan, 28, took home both the Players' and the Supporters' Player of the Year accolades at the Birmingham club's end-of-season awards dinner.
May 3, 2013

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Holden will rejoin the USMNT this summer
Stuart Holden is on his way back to the US national team for the first time since 2010.

On Thursday night US national team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann announced on Thursday night on US Soccer's home page that he intended to call up the 27 year old Holden not just for the May-June friendlies and qualifiers but also for this summer's Gold Cup.
May 2, 2013

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Flores is off to Dortmund
Former US U-17 Junior Flores has a contract with Borussia Dortmund and he is looking to start his tenure with the club soon.

Sources told YA that Flores will be training at Borussia Dortmund through the Champions League final on May 25. Flores will attend the Finals as Dortmund take on Bayern Munich on May 25 at Wembley Stadium in London.
May 1, 2013

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Altidore and AZ will take on PSV in the finals of the Dutch Cup
There is plenty of Americans that will be playing in important cup games this May.

Today American winger Brian "Cobi' Span played the final 33 minutes for Djurgarden in their 1-0 win over Orgryte in the semifinals of the Swedish Cup. Djurgarden will now face IFK Goteborg in the Cup finals on May 25.
April 17, 2013

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Bradley is off to the Coppa Italia Finals
Today was a good day for Americans playing overseas and here are the highlights.

First of all, Michael Bradley went a full 90 for AS Roma in a 3-2 win over Inter Milan in the second leg of the Coppa Italia semifinals. Roma will now face archrivals Lazio in the finals on May 26. The downside is that Bradley will now likely miss the first week of USMNT camp with the friendly against Belgium coming on May 29.
April 17, 2013

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The USMNT may not be finished with Saprissa
The Costa Rican Federation is aiming to schedule their home qualifier against the United States at Estadio Saprissa on September 6.

The news was reported by Costa Rica's Aldia website.
March 26, 2013

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The USMNT victory over Costa Rica will stand
FIFA has refused to accept Costa Rica's appeal for their 1-0 loss on Friday to the United States and the result will stand.

The game made international headlines for being played in Denver under the brutal conditions of a driving snowstorm. The lines on the field had to be shoveled and by the second half, the entire field was covered in snow.
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