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American soccer players abroad

How select Americans playing abroad fared this weekend:
GOALKEEPERS
Tim Howard 90 minutes in Everton's 3-3 tie with Manchester United
Marcus Hahnemann 90 in Wolves' 2-1 loss at Fulham
Brad Friedel, Brad Guzan and Aston Villa at Stoke on Monday
Dom Cervi not in 18 for Celtic's 3-0 win over Midlothian
Luis Robles and Karlsruhe at Cottbus on Monday

For defenders, midfielders and forwards.....

DEFENDERS
Oguchi Onyewu not in 18 for AC Milan's 2-0 loss at Cesena
Carlos Bocanegra 90 in Saint-Etienne's 1-0 win at Toulouse
Steve Cherundolo 90 in Hanover's 2-2 tie with Leverkusen
Jonathan Spector not in 18 for West Ham's 3-1 loss to Chelsea
Clarence Goodson 90 in Start's 3-2 loss at Lillestrom
Eric Lichaj and Aston Villa at Stoke on Monday
Frank Simek 90 in Carlisle's 1-0 win at Sheffield Wednesday
Edgar Castillo not in 18 for San Luis' 1-0 win at Pumas
Hunter Freeman 90 for Start
Michael Parkhurst (injured) not in 18 for Nordsjaelland's 1-0 loss at Odense

MIDFIELDERS
Michael Bradley 90 in Moenchengladbach's 4-0 loss to Eintracht
Clint Dempsey 83 in Fulham's 2-1 win over Wolves
Stuart Holden 90 in Bolton's 4-1 loss to Arsenal
Maurice Edu 90 in Rangers' 2-1 win at Hamilton
Ricardo Clark 1+ for Eintracht
DaMarcus Beasley in 18, didn't play for Hanover
Jose Torres first 45 in Pachuca's 1-1 tie with Chivas
Jermaine Jones 90 in Schalke's 2-0 loss at Hoffenheim
Benny Feilhaber 90 in Aarhus' 7-1 win over Hvidovre
(Video here; Feilhaber is wearing No. 17)
Sacha Kljestan not in 18 for Anderlecht's 2-0 win at St. Truiden
Alejandro Bedoya 90 in Orebro's 2-1 loss at Djurgarden
Anton Peterlin 90 in Plymouth's 1-1 tie at Colchester
Marco Vidal 90 for Pachuca
FORWARDS
Jozy Altidore in 18, didn't play in Villarreal's 4-0 win over Espanyol
Herculez Gomez 5 for Pachuca
Eddie Johnson 7 for Fulham
Freddy Adu not in 18 for Aris' 1-0 loss to Panathinaikos
Mike Grella not in 18 for Leeds' 2-1 win over Swansea
Conor Doyle 9 in Derby's 1-0 loss to Sheffield United
Sammy Ochoa first 45 in Tecos' 1-0 win at Atlante
Chris Rolfe not in 18 (injured) for Aalborg's 3-2 loss to Horsens

By Steve Goff  |  September 12, 2010; 3:14 PM ET
Categories:  Americans Abroad  | Tags: Americans abroad  
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Comments

Someone told me Herculez beat Barcelona?

Posted by: Joel_M_Lane | September 12, 2010 4:41 PM | Report abuse

Great to see that Eddie Johnson got to play for Fulham yesterday and the Holden continues to feature for Bolton Wanderers! Concerned about Kljestan not being in the lineup for Anderlecht.

Posted by: billindmd | September 12, 2010 4:51 PM | Report abuse

Johnson may see more time now that Zamora is out for months. Of course if EJ sucks it up like he always does it wont matter.

Posted by: bighungry | September 12, 2010 5:04 PM | Report abuse

Vidal goes 90 and apparently looked very good. Exciting to see him making a name for himself. He has occasionally posted on BigSoccer dating back several years. He's 24, so who knows...maybe he's one to keep an eye out for in 2014. Yes, we have loads of promising players in midfield. But more performances like yesterday and he definitely deserves to be in the discussion and get a look with the national team. Also, he's played left back before at Indios!

Posted by: DEFPOTEC1 | September 12, 2010 5:51 PM | Report abuse

Zamora has to be one of the more tragic soccer stories of 2010. Signed a four year contract with Fulham this week, after years of great playing finally gets called up to the English squad and then breaks his leg during a match against Wolves on a pretty normal looking tackle.

This will be a great chance for EJ to shine and really prove himself but I'm not overly optimistic.

Posted by: Southeasterner | September 12, 2010 7:47 PM | Report abuse

Haven't been posting a lot, football season means two full time jobs, but Hope Solo drops the most entertaining twitter rants this of Kanye West, and she's at it again. This time: Whether or not Saturday's events at the Plex were pre-determined.


www.twitter.com/hopesolo

Posted by: JacobfromAtlanta-ish | September 12, 2010 9:05 PM | Report abuse

Yikes!

I would have saved that tweet.

Posted by: Rand-al-Thor | September 12, 2010 9:56 PM | Report abuse

re: Hope's tweet-- I'm guessing she'll get fined for violating the League's social media policy.

Posted by: jmingus | September 13, 2010 12:15 AM | Report abuse

Ricardo Clark 1+ for Eintracht

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha, ah

Hey, Bob, maybe you should think about not starting Ricardo red card in 2006, poor marking in 2010 Clark!!!

Ugh.

What's up with Internet Explorer booting me out of the site at every opportunity? Am, I old, outdated, out of touch? Ugh.

Posted by: delantero | September 13, 2010 12:27 AM | Report abuse

I want a job like Freddy Adu...one where you get paid but don't have to actually work.

Posted by: 9Nine9 | September 13, 2010 8:22 AM | Report abuse

"... AC Milan's 2-0 loss at Cesena..." What has happened to the once great AC Milan?

Posted by: Rand-al-Thor | September 13, 2010 8:32 AM | Report abuse

Freddy has been assigned a number.

Zero.

I kid you not.

Posted by: Reignking | September 13, 2010 9:20 AM | Report abuse

Reposting re Hope Solo:

Wondering if any Insider fans will be defending Hope Solo after her latest tirade, this time via twitter? I didn't see the Freedom game so maybe she is right about the refs (Lord knows I'm always one to criticize the refs) but she clearly hasn't learned to control her temper in public. But since she says she won't be playing in the league anymore I guess that won't be a problem.

A lot of people (mostly men) defender her after trashing Scurry in the World Cup, and she obviously has not learned to show class in public. Mia Hamm had a notoriously bad temper too but she kept it under wraps in public. Hope Solo could learn something from her.

Posted by: hscott | September 13, 2010 10:11 AM | Report abuse

As always, our midfield looks well stocked and our defense and offense looks awfully sad.

Good thing we have 4 years and at least a few prospects that might develop into something. Right now LeToux is looking good comparitively.

Posted by: MrCerniglia | September 13, 2010 10:22 AM | Report abuse

What she said about Scurry in the WWC was accurate but should not have been said publicly.

I was at the game Saturday and I don't think her accusations have merit. That said, the red did change the game, and I was not well-positioned to see that call. Don't think Hope was either. And I'm sure she couldn't see the Atlanta goal that was called back.

To me, this incident speaks to a different issue. What good is Twitter? Is there any good reason why a professional athlete needs to tweet? It seems to me that the practice is at best neutral, and usually reveals far more about the tweety-bird than we would really like to know.

Posted by: OWNTF | September 13, 2010 10:24 AM | Report abuse

Really disappointed in Adu. I hoped that he would mature and become a factor for the next world cup. It's still early, but no signs of progress.

I think Aris Europa cup game is on Goltv this week.(?) Guess we'll see whether he cracks the line up.

Also, getting a bit concerned about Onyewu and the lack of playing time. Maybe he's still not 100%. However, you get the feeling that he's going to have to leave ACMilan to get PT.

Posted by: footiefan101 | September 13, 2010 10:34 AM | Report abuse

Adu isn't on their Europa roster.

Posted by: Reignking | September 13, 2010 11:13 AM | Report abuse

What she said about Scurry in the WWC was accurate but should not have been said publicly.

Posted by: OWNTF | September 13, 2010 10:24 AM | Report abuse

My point exactly. She hasn't learned to keep stuff behind closed doors and she is again making herself look like an immature brat full of sour grapes. She had another series of rants Aug 4. Even if she was 100% in the right, there are better ways to communicate that.

Tweeting can be a good tool but like anything else folks have to learn that it is a public forum, just like saying something on TV. She hasn't matured enough to use it, I think.

Posted by: hscott | September 13, 2010 11:15 AM | Report abuse

AC Milan kept Ronaldinho, and added Ibrahimovic and Robinho to play alongside young Pato.

So they are back to being a mega-club.

They just forgot to tell their lowly opponent Cesena.

Posted by: Joel_M_Lane | September 13, 2010 11:17 AM | Report abuse

To me, this incident speaks to a different issue. What good is Twitter? Is there any good reason why a professional athlete needs to tweet?
Posted by: OWNTF
==========

It's more rope for an emotional player to hang herself with. If the twitts are inflammatory, they generate publicity.

Anyone remember Ching's punishment for twitting that Houston was robbed. IIRC, he watched the match on TV while on MNT service.

Posted by: I-270Exit1 | September 13, 2010 11:33 AM | Report abuse

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