BOWEN HEADS TO BELGIUM
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MICHAEL ADUBATO - Friday, August 26, 2011
CD Chivas forward Tristan Bowen has been loaned to Belgian second division team KSV Roeselare.

"Bowen is on loan here until the end of May," Roeselare's General Manager Johan Blancke told Yanks Abroad. "We're processing the paperwork for his Belgian work permit."

The Van Nuys native was brought to Roeselare by the team's new technical director Luc Devroe, who first spotted Bowen while in the USA four years ago.

Bowen, who played just 60 minutes in MLS this year after an offseason trade, was a previously a member of Los Angeles Galaxy where he scored two goals in 18 league appearances over two seasons.

The American will likely not see action when Roeselare, who are located 75 miles west of Brussels in West Flanders, next play at Aalst on Sunday, September 3rd.
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