BRIAN SCIARETTA - Friday, October 28, 2011
US national team goalkeeper Bill Hamid is currently in England where he will begin training with Premier League team West Bromwich Albion

Hamid's agent Chris Megaloudis confirmed the arrangement to YA on Friday.

"This is simply training - nothing more at this point," Megaloudis said. "Bill will be in England until November 6th with West Brom."

Hamid has already been named the number two keeper for the US national team by head coach Jurgen Klinsmann but he still is yet to earn an international experience. He has served as the backup keeper to Tim Howard in four of the five games under Klinsmann.

Hamid is recently finished his second season with DC United as the club finished in seventh place in the Eastern Conference but did not make the playoffs.