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by KENYA BROWN
July 31, 2017

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Rubio Rubin's search for a new has led him to Norway
The young soccer careers of Rubio Rubin and Brady Scott are headed in completely opposite directions.

Rubin, 21, spent the second half of the 2026-2017 season in Denmark with Superliga team Silkeborg after moving from FC Utrecht in the Dutch Eredivisie. The move proved to be fruitless for the forward as he only played in four games.
by KENYA BROWN
May 28, 2017

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David Wagner closes in on Premier League glory
David Wagner and Huddersfield Town are on the brink of history as they look to achieve promotion to the Premier League.

Americans will have a vested interest in Monday's promotion final at Wembley Stadium as Danny Williams will take to the field to help Reading try to achieve a return to England's top flight. However, on the other side, Wagner will attempt to do what previous Huddersfield coaches have not in their tenures - guide the team to top on the similar path like Bournemouth.
by MATHEW WAGNER
September 6, 2016

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Will Jürgen experiment with advancement secured?
I hate to be the harbinger of bad news, ladies and gentlemen, but Michael Orozco will start for the US men's national team in Jacksonville.

Yes, this will not be a popular decision, but Deandre Yedlin's suspension and Matt Besler leaving to meet his daughter whose birth he missed while scoring his first-ever goal for the U.S. means coach Jürgen Klinsmann has issues with his back four.
by DAVID SMITH
August 23, 2016

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vom Steeg will test his fortunes at Düsseldorf
United States U20 and former UCSB keeper Justin vom Steeg has moved across the Atlantic to join 2nd Bundesliga club Fortuna Düsseldorf.

The team announced the signing as a roughly ten-month contract running through the end of the recently started season.
by DAVID SMITH
August 12, 2016

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Jann George on a hot streak at Regensburg
The last few days saw several young Americans across Europe making positive strides with first-team debuts or strong performances.

Most of the attention for young Yanks was dominated by the news of Julian Green earning a spot on the mighty FC Bayern's first-team roster for the upcoming season, however a number of other Americans made noteworthy gains.
by DAVID SMITH
August 11, 2016

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Jeremy Ebobisse's Duke future will become clear soon
American attacker Jeremy Ebobisse will not be receiving a contract offer from Danish club SønderjyskE, as stated by team officials this week.

The 19 year-old forward joined the reigning Danish runners-up for a trial run last week, as the team gears up for a full season which could also include a full spate of Europa League games.
by DAVID SMITH
August 10, 2016

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Terrence Boyd is storming back to action
RB Leipzig striker Terrence Boyd looks to be well on his way back from two years on the sidelines with knee problems.

Boyd has spent close to two full seasons on the sidelines after first suffering a knee injury in the 2014/15 pre-season. His brief period on the field over an eight-game span in late-2014 yielded promising results, with three goals scored in eight combined league and cup games.
by DAVID SMITH
August 8, 2016

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Ryan Finley will try his hand in Denmark
Former Columbus Crew and Chivas USA forward Ryan Finley has penned a short-term contract with Danish club Naestved BK.

Naestved's sporting director Jesper Frisenholm confirmed the move in the local media, giving details about the the team's approach to the signing and hopes for the 25 year-old forward, who moves from Swedish Superettan club Ängelholms FF.
by DAVID SMITH
August 4, 2016

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Optimism abounds with Johannsson's return to training
After a seemingly endless injury lay-off, Werder Bremen and USMNT forward Aron Johannsson is inching closer to his return.

The Alabama-born striker has been sidelined with a long-term nagging hip irritation since late-September of last season, effectively putting the brakes on what had been a promising start with the Bundesliga team after only six games of competitive action.
by DAVID SMITH
August 4, 2016

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Ebobisse trying to land a job in Denmark
Reports in Denmark indicate that promising American attacker Jeremy Ebobisse is now looking to the country for his first steps abroad.

The 19 year-old Duke forward has been looking at options abroad for more than a year now, reportedly triaing with European teams such as Belgian team Genk, Bundesliga club Hoffenheim and Bob Bradley's Le Havre in France.
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