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Which young American is most likely to have a spectacular break-out in the new season?
Julian Green (Bayern Munich)
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Friday, July 29, 2011
American goalkeeper David Yelldell will be starting in goal for Leverkusen on Saturday in the German Cup game against Dynamo Dresden. With this move, head coach Robin Dutt has declared Yelldell the official fill-in for injured #1 René Adler, who will be sidelined for the next 3-6 months as he recovers from knee surgery.
Friday July 29, 2011
The first round of the German Cup kicks off this weekend, giving David Yelldell his first start in Leverkusen's goal and Matt Taylor a return to his former team Ahlen in his new Paderborn uniform.
Tuesday July 5, 2011
US international David Yelldell has finally made his move to Germany's top flight, signing a multi-year contract with Bundesliga runners-up Bayer Leverkusen.
Sunday June 12, 2011
The first round of the 2011-12 German Cup has been drawn, setting up a reunion for Matt Taylor against his former club and a tough visit for Luis Robles and Karlsruhe from fellow 2. Bundesliga team Aachen.
Thursday June 2, 2011
While the the press and fans of any sport are often infatuated with finding the next young starlet which is ready to make their stamp as a superstar in the making, the calculated and measured route of a player successfully approaching the highest levels often gets lost in the fray.
Monday May 23, 2011
David Yelldell and Duisburg had their dream run to the German Cup final come to a brutal end, giving up a record five goals to a vastly superior Schalke team on Saturday in the Berlin Olympic Stadium.
Friday May 20, 2011
David Yelldell and Duisburg will take the field for one last time this season on Saturday, as they try to make history in the German Cup final against Bundesliga team FC Schalke 04.
Tuesday May 17, 2011
The German regular season came to a close over the weekend, with Steve Cherundolo and Hannover scoring a big win over Timothy Chandler and Nürnberg, while David Yelldell and Duisburg were on the losing end at Bochum.
Friday May 13, 2011
Two Americans will face off in the last game of the Bundesliga season when Steve Cherundolo and Hannover 96 host Timothy Chandler and FC Nürnberg.
Thursday April 21, 2011
Steve Cherundolo and Hannover will try to keep their Champions League hopes alive while Timothy Chandler and Nürnberg have a tough visit from Mainz with a Europa League spot on the line.
Tuesday April 12, 2011
Timothy Chandler and Nürnberg earned a point in their derby against regional rivals Bayern while Steve Cherundolo and Hannover jumped back into Champions League contention with a win over Mainz.
Monday April 4, 2011
Steve Cherundolo and Hannover were dropped mercilessly by a resurgent Dortmund squad while Edson Buddle and Ingolstadt continued their impressive run with a win in Cottbus.
Sunday April 3, 2011
David Yelldell had a rough return from international duty on Saturday afternoon, tripping up Furth midfielder Nicolai Müller in the penalty area with 13 minutes left on the clock leading to the deciding spot kick as Duisburg were dealt a possible final blow to their slim hopes for promotion from the 2. Bundesliga.
Friday April 1, 2011
Steve Cherundolo and Hannover take on Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund on Saturday while Ricardo Clark and Eintracht Frankfurt do battle with VfL Wolfsburg on Sunday.
Friday March 18, 2011
Four Americans will see their final tune-up before heading stateside for international duty, as Hannover look to recover against Hoffenheim and Nürnberg try to continue their dream run against Werder Bremen.
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