NEAGLE SIGNS MARIEHAMN DEAL
EXTRA TIME
YA POLL
Who's the biggest injury concern for the US heading into the pre-Copa training camp?
Fabian Johnson
Timmy Chandler
Geoff Cameron
Alejandro Bedoya
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Lamar Neagle has become the second American to join Finnish Veikkausliiga club IFK Mariehamn in the span of seven days after agreeing to terms with the club late last week.

Neagle is fresh off of leading the Charleston Battery to the USL-2 championship where he played major role up front for the team.

The striker joins fellow American Mason Trafford as a recent addition to the club located in the Aland Islands.

Like Trafford, Neagle starred at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas before starting his professional career.

The native of Tacoma, Washington tallied 12 goals in 19 games for the Battery prior to arriving in Finland where he will hope to have the opportunity to continue with the club beyond the current campaign.

"Lamar has signed a contract for two months and there is an option for two years," confirmed Mariehamn Press Officer Peter Mattsson to YA.

Neagle and Mariehamn return to Veikkausliiga action this Sunday when they host red-hot TPS.
ADD YOUR COMMENTS
Name


Email (will not appear on the site)


Comment


Join the YA Email Alert?

Comments are moderated and will be posted if they are on-topic and free of profanity, abuse and spam. HTML and links are not allowed.

SUBMIT COMMENT

Hearts head coach Robbie Nielsen has confirmed that Perry Kitchen will miss Thursday's Europa League game.
RECENT POSTS
Yanks on the move in Germany
Several Yanks look to Denmark
Ebobisse shines at NTC Invitational
Corboz on trial at Duisburg