jumpkutz wrote:Looks like Junior's doing well at Chievo, althought I couldn't find his name in the only story I could find on their 2-1 win over Udinese in the Coppa Italia today. Must be inelgible for some reason.
http://sports.yahoo.com/soccer/news?slu ... ralbradley
Clevelandmo wrote:I saw a lot of his matches early on. It wasnt long before I could see that he was one of their most important players. And honestly if you look at the US MNT, he was clearly one of the guys that you could rely on. Its Dempsey, Landon, Howard, Boca, and Bradley. Gooch before he was injured. He's been a pro since 16. Every league he goes to he adapts and learns the language very quickly and does well. The fact that Klinsmann treated him the way he did and played Beckerman before him is a freaking insult to us all.
Well done again baby bradley
Three players who started in Klinsmann's debut match against Mexico were not called in: the Germany-based trio Michael Bradley, Jermaine Jones and Edson Buddle.
Bradley is seeking a move from Borussia Moenchengladbach. Jones has not played for Schalke 04 since the Mexico game on Aug. 10. Buddle is playing but not starting for second division FC Ingolstadt.
nevzter wrote:World Cup goal scorer. Bagged two in a match vs. El Tri. He's only 24 and already garnered 60+ caps. He's class, and barring injury, w/in the next two years MB will be starting for a CL club - I don't believe his talent has reached a plateau.
There's no way Der Kommissar continues to not put Bradley in the first XI.
SoCalJoe wrote:Started over the weekend and had a long range shot 'spectacularly saved by the Palermo GK' according to Yanks Abroad. If he can ever get healthy, a Bradley-Holden CM pairing would be intriguing. One thing that really impressed me is that he's worked hard off the field by learning Italian.
“The national team is bigger than any one person, any one team. It’s about a group of guys stepping on the field to represent their country. For myself from the first day I walked in to the national team when Bruce Arena was the head coach, to the games and the camps where I was involved when my dad was the coach, to the times I’ve been in with Jurgen, things on my end have never changed.
“All I’ve ever wanted to do is play well and give everything I have for the national team so that we represent ourselves and our country in a way that makes everyone proud and in a way that we’re successful. That’s all I’ll ever try to do.”
jimsig wrote:He scored his first goal for Chievo today. The crawl on ESPN said he was the first American to to score in Serie A since Alexi Lalas did it in 1994-1995.
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