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by BRIAN SCIARETTA
September 22, 2011

Who will Klinsmann select
The roster announcement for the October friendlies is still a week away but the choices are becoming more clear.

In the first three games of the Klinsmann era, some players have played themselves off the team while others have begun to impress. In both defense, midfield, and attack, there are strengths and weaknesses and Klinsmann will have difficult decisions to make for his next roster.
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
September 22, 2011

Jose Torres will likely miss the rest of 2011
Jose Francisco Torres underwent surgery on Wednesday for a stress fracture he suffered on the fifth metatarsal of his left foot.

According to team surgeon Dr. Jose Antonio Torres, Paco Torres suffered the injury when his left foot was stomped in the run of play during his team's latest game, against Atlas.
by CLINT WADDELL
September 20, 2011

There is no timetable set for when Agbossoumonde can play
On the last day of the transfer window, Gale Agbossoumonde signed with Eintracht Frankfurt to play for the Under-23 team.

The team's original plan was to see what the American could do in the U-23s, and then eventually move up to the first team.
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
September 14, 2011

Associated Press
The US may be getting Rossied again
Former USMNT right back Tony Sanneh has stirred the pot, claiming that Timothy Chandler may leave the USMNT to represent Germany.

Via his twitter, Sanneh said that German national team coach Joachim Loew was going to visit Chandler in Nurnberg and that Chandler said it would be tough to turn down Germany.
by ANDREW VORCE
September 13, 2011

TeamTalk
Pittman back for another stint at Crawley Town
Oxford striker Jon Paul Pittman has been sent on an emergency loan to former club Crawley Town for the next three months.

Pittman made 78 appearances for Crawley in which he scored 43 goals before being sold to League One club Wycome Wanderers in 2007. The loan comes on the back of multiple injuries for Crawley coach Steve Evans' men as well as selling striker Wes Thomas to Bournemouth.
by JAMIE HILL
September 9, 2011

Bielefeld
Terrence Boyd is scoring at will
German-American forward Terrence Boyd has begun his Borussia Dortmund career in stellar fashion after netting six times in his first six games with the Bundesliga champion's U-23 team.

The 20 year old came up through the ranks of his hometown club, Hertha Berlin, but joined Borussia Dortmund's reserve team this summer after his contract expired.
by ANDREW VORCE
September 3, 2011

PA Photos
Holden's last action on the soccer field
As one US Men's National Team member slowly makes his way back into the fold, a future star has been forced out for up to nearly four months.

Stuart Holden is back in action for English club team Bolton Wanderers. The American midfielder suited up for the Wanderers' reserves in a 7-0 thrashing of Fulham's counterparts. The former Houston Dynamo man has been sidelined with an ACL knee injury since March 19th when Manchester United's Johnny Evan's ill-fated tackle left a gaping gash in the midfielders knee, requiring stitches.
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
August 18, 2011

Trent Davol
Conrad in action at the 2006 World Cup
According to numerous reports, former US national team defender Jimmy Conrad will announce his retirement from soccer on Thursday.

Conrad, 34, has played in only two games this season with Chivas USA due to a concussion he suffered on March 26 in a game against Colorado. In 2009, Conrad suffered a serious concussion while playing for the US national team in a Gold Cup game against Panama.
by ANDREW VORCE
August 14, 2011

Bedoya won his UK work permit on appeal
United States international midfielder Alejandro Bedoya is one step closer to securing a move to Scottish Premier League Champions Rangers after securing his work permit on Friday morning.

Last month, Bedoya signed a contract with Rangers that would go into effect this January. The contract was contingent on the New Jersey native obtaining a British work permit which he has now done.
by ANDREW VORCE
August 10, 2011

PAphotos
Injury prone Simek will miss more time
United States defender Frank Simek faces up to eight weeks on the sideline after scans show a tear in his hip muscle.

The Carslisle United man was forced off just four minutes before halftime over the weekend after complaining of some discomfort. Carlisle were already in trouble having given up two goals in the opening 32 minutes with the visitors hitting a third before the break.
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