December 31, 2009

Clark's time in Dynamo orange is through
Reports out of Great Britain have Ricardo Clark garnering interest from English Premier League side Burnley FC and Scottish powerhouse Celtic FC. The American midfielder's contract with Major League Soccer expires December 31st and he is set to move come the January transfer window.

After seven years in MLS, Clark is now keen on seeking a team abroad and, unlike his Houston Dynamo team-mate Stuart Holden, is not considering re-signing with MLS. The 26-year-old midfielder made it clear to the Houston front office via email that he will not return and plans to sign a contract with a European team.
December 23, 2009

Jeremiah White to move on from Aarhus
Work permit approved for Donovan

Everton announced on Tuesday[/b] that Landon Donovan's work permit was officially granted for his ten-week stay with the club beginning in January. Considering Donovan's lengthy resume with the US National team, this formality was expected to be a piece of cake and never in any real doubt.
December 18, 2009

Donovan has ten weeks to shine at Everton
Following a week of intense speculation, Landon Donovan's much-anticipated loan move to Premier League club Everton was finally confirmed by the English club today.

The LA Galaxy captain will join the Toffees squad at the start of the January transfer window and will remain with the team until March 15, in line with details set forth in Thursdsay's press conference announcing his groundbreaking contract with the 2009 MLS Cup finalists.
December 17, 2009

Bryan Arguez will soon be cut loose by Bundesliga club Hertha Berlin
In a move that should come as no surprise, German Bundesliga club Hertha Berlin announced on their website that USA U-20 World Cup standout Bryan Arguez will be released from his contract with the team at the end of the year.

From prized prospect to the chopping block
December 15, 2009

Fulham's Eddie Johnson may soon be packing his bags.
There seems to be a good chance that one of our Yanks has been released from his team, or at least will be at the end of his contract.

Jeremiah White, teammate of Benny Feilhaber at AGF Aarhus in Denmark, is out of contract with AGF this coming summer, and it appears they will not be retaining his services. However, there was a report that White had already been released just recently.
December 15, 2009

American youth international Tony Taylor is headed to Portugal
YA has learned today that USA U20 forward, Tony Taylor, has come to terms with Estoril FC of the Portuguese second division, Liga Vitalis.

Estoril FC will hope that the acquisition of Tony Taylor will be able to push the side towards promotion. The club currently sits in fifth place with 19 points. They trail Liga Vitalis leader, Santa Clara, by five points.
December 12, 2009

Wilmer Cabrera has his work cut out for him with the newest class of U17 residency players
The new class of USA U17 residency players made their debut this past week at the 2009 Nike International Friendlies in Phoenix, Arizona.

This year's series of friendlies saw the United States take on a very difficult schedule with games against Portugal, Brazil, and the Netherlands. While showing glimpses of promise, the young American players largely struggled and finished the tournament with a record of 0-2-1.
December 10, 2009

Fulham's Clint Dempsey looks like he'll be playing against Northern Ireland in the spring
Did any of you ask Landon Donovan about his transfer abroad in the Facebook chat on Friday? Anyone? Bueller?

Well, Andy Hunter over at London's The Guardian is putting out the rumor that Donovan is a potential loan target for Everton in January. David Moyes won't have much money to spend, making any permanent moves unlikely, but a loan move would be ideal for both parties.
December 5, 2009

Algeria's Madjid Bougherra will be a familiar face to many American fans
The MLS Generation Adidas team is 1-1 on its South African tour.

Patrick Nyarko has two goals, one in the win over the Orlando Pirates earlier in the week and one in the 2-1 loss to Santos on Wednesday.
December 2, 2009

Charlie Davies thinks he can be ready for the World Cup
Charlie Davies is on the mend...and seemingly thinks he'll be back for the World Cup in South Africa. Davies was interviewed by ESPN's Jeremy Schaap a few days ago and indicated that he hoped to be healthy in time for the trip to South Africa.

While that would be stellar and amazing and all that jazz - don't get your hopes up. Even if Charlie gets healthy by then, there is no reason to believe he'll be in any kind of game shape. He would likely be around eight months out of official action, having played last in October for the United States.
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