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May 3, 2016

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Conor O'Brien nears a return to Denmark's top flight
The approach of summer also means that promotion races across Europe are in their final stretch.

Several Americans see their teams nearing the goal of jumping to the next level or in a final struggle to make up ground on their rivals. Here's a short breakdown of the remaining promotion races for Yanks in Germany and Denmark. Bob Bradley's fight to bring Le Havre to France's top flight will be covered in a separate article.
May 1, 2016

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Ryan Malone will leave Magdeburg this summer
3. Liga club FC Magdeburg has opted against extending the contract of American defender Ryan Malone.

Media reports in Germany are confirming that FC Magdeburg has decided to part ways with the 23 year-old central defender, following an unlucky first season on European soil for the Massachusetts native.
April 26, 2016

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Bradley's le Havre in tough position
Promotion to France's Ligue 1 for Bob Bradley and Le Havre is getting tighter.

Three games remain in the Ligue 2 season and currently Le Havre are on the outside looking in as they seek to claim the third promotion spot.
September 10, 2015

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Trump is being used to fire up Mexican fans
Donald Trump "helps" Mexico fire the first salvo ahead of October's CONCACAF Cup game.

If the United States national team needed any inspiration as they head into next month's CONCACAF Cup playoff game against regional rival Mexico, they would need to look no further than to an ad being run on Mexican television with U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump as the centerpiece.
August 10, 2015

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Chandler fighting for place in Veh's lineup
USA defender Timothy Chandler is back with Eintracht Frankfurt, but his coach is not thrilled about the timing of his return.

Like some of Chandler's other U.S. teammates who are signed with European teams, the 25-year-old is making a late return as he was part of the roster that played in this summer's CONCACAF Gold Cup. However, Frankfurt head coach Armin Veh believes he should reconsider his commitments to the U.S. national team, telling reporters on Wednesday that Chandler "would have to wait in line" for his chance to make his return to the starting lineup.
May 29, 2015

Toljan won't suit up for the United States
Hoffenheim defender Jeremy Toljan has decided to reject calls from the United States to play for the German Under-21 national team.

U.S. national team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has been successful at persuading dual national players to dropping their ambitions to play for the national team of one country to join with the project he is working on with the Americans. For the most part he has been successful as he has acquired commitments from Julian Green, John Anthony Brooks, Fabian Johnson, Alfredo Morales and most recently Gideon Zelalem.
April 12, 2015

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Kasey Keller is in the Hall of Fame
Former U.S. national team goalkeeper Kasey Keller will now be enshrined with some of the greats in American soccer.

On Wednesday, the World Cup veteran was announced as the newest member the National Soccer Hall of Fame along with coaches Sigi Schmid and Glenn "Mooch" Myernick.
January 23, 2015

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Torres out after back surgery
Jose Torres is set to be sidelined several months for Mexican team Tigres after back surgery.

American midfielder Jose Torres will be on the shelf for the next two to three months after undergoing successful surgery for a herniated disk, Liga MX side Tigres UANL reported on Tuesday.
December 30, 2014

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Gedion Zelalem appears headed to the US National team
Santa made his rounds few days later for many US fans, as Gedion Zelalem appears headed to the stars and stripes.

The ultimate national team destination of the Berlin-born Zelalem has been the subject of speculation, hope and worry for many US fans for much of 2014. While born in Germany to Ethiopian parents, reports indicated that the Arsenal academy member had an opening to US citizenship through his father, with whom he emigrated to the United States in 2006.
December 29, 2014

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Diskerud set to leave Rosenborg
Mikkel Diskerud will leave Rosenborg in the off-season, the team confirmed, after the two sides were unable to agree to a new contract.

The Oslo-born US international had spent the better part of the last three seasons as one of the main cogs in the Norwegian giants' lineup, however will be moving on to greener pastures according to a Monday-afternoon announcement by the team.
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