MICHAEL ADUBATO - Thursday, September 25, 2008
Jeremiah White is relishing the chance to help his team AGF Aarhus into Europe after helping the Superliga team into Denmark's top flight two seasons ago.
The ex-Wake Forest man, having played over 40 games for The Whites has settled in well on the Jutland penninsula.
"Things here are going very well," White told Yanks Abroad. "We have great team chemistry and better players this season, so I think we can really challenge for one of the top five spots."
Last season the team finished a disappointing tenth after their first season back in the Superliga, but White, who has already received a callup from national team coach Bob Bradley, is only looking as far as helping this season.
"I am not focusing on anything else but having a good season and helping the team achieve a place in Europe," the former Guengnon man said. "If I get a call into the national team it will be an honor, but my focus is on my team."
Aarhus, who are currently in fifth place after eight games, will take on Esbjerg next in league play.