Saturday, August 28, 2010
Jeremiah White has a new home back in Europe after agreeing to terms with Polish club GKS Belchatow.

White inked a deal with the Ekstraklasa club on Friday in a contract that will see the former Aarhus man spend the entire 2010-2011 season in green and white.

There is also a club option for a second season.

Officials at Belchatow have confirmed the signing of the Washington D.C. native who is eligible to play right away for the current league co-leaders.

"Yes, Jeremiah is now a Belchatow player," confirmed Belchatow media spokesman Michal Antczak to YA. "He can play in the next match."

The Polish club marks White's fifth stop in Europe after having spent time with teams in Greece, Serbia, Denmark and France before joining Al-Ettifaq of Saudia Arabia following his departure from Aarhus in late 2009.

The American winger will hope to make his first appearance with the club in two weeks time when they return to action versus Lechia Gdańsk on September 11th.
Friday September 3, 2010 9:54 pm
Well hope he does well... but since Bradley didn't select him last fall when we was playing against guys he played with and against all season in a match taking place in his team's home stadium...I expect that he isn't expecting the Bald One to be actively looking to him anytime soon, eh?
But then Bob doesn't look like he's gonna be changing much of anything soon... which rather bothers me!

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