American midfielder Stuart Holden scores his first Premier League goal for Bolton to provide a three-goal lead against compatriot Marcus Hahnemann during a 3-2 victory at Wolves. Bolton's second goal, scored by Swedish forward Johan Elmander and assisted by Holden, is simply absurd. You've got to watch 'em:...
Wednesday kickaround: Americans abroad, Bedoya goal video, Real Salt Lake advances, D.C. United call-ups, NCAA upset, TV listings
*Americans abroad: Tuesday D Oguchi Onyewu not in the 18 for AC Milan's 1-1 tie at Ajax MF Alejandro Bedoya 70 (goal; red card) in Orebro's 1-0 win over Kalmar D Frank Simek 90 in Carlisle's 4-0 win over Hartlepool F Conor Doyle in 18, didn't play in Derby's 3-1...
| September 29, 2010; 8:31 AM ET |
Categories: Americans Abroad, CONCACAF Champions League, College Soccer, D.C. United, MLS, Sweden, TV | Tags: Americans abroad, MLS
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*Read my story from the draft about D.C. United's roster-building plan, including scouting missions to Brazil and Costa Rica. *Unable to reach a deal to play Mexico in a friendly on Feb. 24, the USSF has scheduled a national team match against El Salvador at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa...
[Note to Insider loyalists: Technical issues throughout The Post's system prevented this item from being published at its scheduled time and blocked reader comments for several hours on the entire blog. Operations have returned to normal.] *My full story about Curt Onalfo's introduction as D.C. United head coach. *Freddy Adu's...
| January 6, 2010; 9:47 AM ET |
Categories: Americans Abroad, Brazil, Costa Rica, D.C. United, England, MLS, Mexico, Sweden, U.S. men's national team, USL
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With Denis Hamlett's departure after two seasons, Chicago joins D.C. United, New York and Chivas USA in search of a head coach. Among the in-house candidates for top jobs around the league are Red Bulls interim Richie Williams, former Kansas City boss Curt Onalfo, Houston assistant John Spencer as well...
*Clearly preparing for D.C. United this August at FedEx Field, Real Madrid continues to rebuild its roster. Kaka is in. Ronaldo? Ibrahimovic? Villa? *Despite a 6-0-4 record, John Barnes is out as Jamaican national team manager and headed to Tranmere in England. Theordore Whitmore will oversee the Reggae Boyz in...