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Netherlands Soccer Jerseys Lekic signs deal in Denmark, won’t return to Revolution_1

Lekic signs deal in Denmark, won’t return to Revolution Rajko Lekic of the New England Revolution points something out. Photo Credit: Getty Images

The New England Revolution will enter the upcoming campaign with a completely new strike tandem after Rajko Lekic cinched his return to Denmark on Monday.

Lekic has signed a one-and-a-half year deal with Danish SuperLiga side Lyngby Boldklub, according to a press release posted on the club’s website. The 30-year-old forward will leave MLS after scoring six goals in 23 appearances during his one season with the Revolution.

The deal secures Lekic’s future after the Revolution opted to decline its option to retain his services in 2012. Revolution general manager Michael Burns told MLSsoccer.com earlier this month that his club had submitted a revised offer to Lekic earlier in the offseason and left the discussions open after the forward decided not to agree to those terms.

Lekic told examiner.com earlier this month that he rejected the Revolution’s proposal at least in part because he wanted a fully guaranteed deal for the upcoming campaign.

Mexico Liga MX Jerseys Is LA’s championship backline set to dominate again-_1

Is LA’s championship backline set to dominate again? Chivas vs LA, August 12, 2012, backline story Photo Credit: Getty Images

CARSON, Calif. – The LA Galaxy haven’t played once this season with the backline that was the foundation of their dominance en route to Supporters’ Shield and MLS Cup championships last year. Might that quartet debut in Sunday’s SuperClasico against Chivas USA?

Could be. All four first-choice defenders in 2011 – Sean Franklin, Omar Gonzalez, A.J. DeLaGarza and Todd Dunivant – are healthy, and following last week’s 4-0 disaster at Seattle, head coach Bruce Arena is mulling his options.

DeLaGarza and Gonzalez, whose center-back partnership dates to their days at NCAA champion Maryland, would love to see it.

“It’ll be nice [to get the old] backline together,” Gonzalez, who just returned from a torn anterior cruciate ligament, said after Thursday’s training session at Home Depot Center. “Maybe sometime soon we’ll be able to see it.Wholesale soccer uniform If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. We ended on a high note last year, so maybe we should get the backline back together.”

Spanish La Liga Jerseys Klinsmann announces USMNT’s World Cup qual. squad

Klinsmann announces USMNT's World Cup qual. squad
Chris Wondolowski thailand soccer jersey Photo Credit: Getty Images

Five MLSers have been named to United States national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann’s 23-man roster for the upcoming “five-match tournament,” which includes three friendlies and two World Cup qualifiers.

The first friendly is Saturday against Scotland in Jacksonville, Fla. (8 pm ET, NBC Sports Network, live chat on MLSsoccer.com).

The five MLS players are Nick Rimando (RSL), Geoff Cameron (Houston), Kyle Beckerman (RSL), Landon Donovan (LA) and Chris Wondolowski (San Jose).

Four players originally called into this week’s camp were released back to their clubs, including Chivas USA’s Juan Agudelo, Sporting KC’s Graham Zusi, and young Germany-based players Danny Williams and Alfredo Morales. Agudelo and Zusi should be available for their clubs this weekend; on Satuday, Chivas USA host the Seattle Sounders and Sporting KC welcome the San Jose Earthquakes.

Following the Scotland friendly, the USMNT will then host Brazil at FedEx Field outside of Washington, D.C., on May 30 and travel to face Canada on June 3 at BMO Field in Toronto.

Klinsmann will then lead the side into the first games that count of his US managerial career. The US' 2014 World Cup qualification begins with a home match against Antigua and Barbuda on Friday, June 8, in Tampa, followed by a trip to Guatemala on Tuesday, June 12.

FULL USMNT TRAVEL SQUAD

GOALKEEPERS (3): Brad Guzan (Aston Villa), Tim Howard (Everton), Nick Rimando (Real Salt Lake)

DEFENDERS (7): Carlos Bocanegra (Rangers), Geoff Cameron (Houston Dynamo), Edgar Castillo (Club Tijuana), Steve Cherundolo (Hannover 96), Clarence Goodson (Brondby), Oguchi Onyewu (Sporting CP), Michael Parkhurst (Nordsjaelland)

MIDFIELDERS (7): Kyle Beckerman (Real Salt Lake), Michael Bradley (Chievo Verona), Joe Corona (Club Tijuana), Maurice Edu (Rangers), Fabian Johnson (Hoffenheim), Jermaine Jones (Schalke 04), Jose Torres (Pachuca)

FORWARDS (6): Jozy Altidore (AZ Alkmaar), Terrence Boyd (Borussia Dortmund), Clint Dempsey (Fulham), Landon Donovan (LA Galaxy), Herculez Gomez (Santos Laguna), Chris Wondolowski (San Jose Earthquakes)

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Scottish League Jerseys American Exports- Donovan, Howard knock off Blues again_1

American Exports: Donovan, Howard knock off Blues again Landon Donovan at Everton, shot of back Photo Credit: Getty Images

AMSTERDAM — Landon Donovan notched another assist and Tim Howard extended his Goodison Park shutout run to 256 minutes as Everton climbed into the better half of the EPL table with a 2-0 victory over visiting Chelsea on Saturday afternoon.

Two years and one day ago, the Toffees scored a 2-1 home win over Chelsea that included another Donovan assist. With four saves and some heady cross management, Howard ensured Everton did it one better this time. The US No. 1 has now won three straight home league clashes with the Blues.

Not long after Donovan whistled a shot by the post on four minutes, the home side took the lead through fellow loan returnee Steven Pienaar. The LA Galaxy midfielder made a bid to double the lead on 18 minutes, testing Chelsea netminder Petr Cech with a left-footed drive from long range.

The visitors gradually took control of first half play, but — in part aided by Donovan tracking back faithfully to defend — Everton allowed precious few open looks at Howard’s goal. The Toffees goalkeeper denied Daniel Sturridge and Fernando Torres before the break, then repeated the feat on Spain’s struggling striker past the hour.

World Cup Soccer Jerseys For better or worse, Quakes continue comeback habit

For better or worse, Quakes continue comeback habit
Frank Yallop and Simon Dawkins celebrate after San Jose's win over Colorado Photo Credit: Getty Images

At this point, maybe the San Jose Earthquakes should just send the opening kickoff rocketing into soccer jersey suppliertheir own net.

Although the Quakes maintained Wednesday that they don’t want to concede the first goal to the opposition, San Jose showed yet again that they can thrive in such cases, even with time running out. After trailing for more than an hour, the they struck for goals in the 83rd and 92nd minutes to beat the Colorado Rapids 2-1.

San Jose (9-3-3) moved to within two points of league-leading Real Salt Lake, with a top-of-the-table clash at Rio Tinto Stadium looming on Saturday.

HIGHLIGHTS: COL 1, SJ 2

“We just keep doing it game in and game out,” substitute forward Alan Gordon said on the Quakes’ TV broadcast immediately after the match. “I don’t think it’s a mistake.”

Gordon didn’t get credit for another critical goal – he had a game-winner and two game-tying scores in the dying moments during a three-game, 10-day stretch last month – but he forced the action that led to Hunter Freeman’s own goal and elicited a foul call in the 90th minute that set up Chris Wondolowski’s injury-time game-winner from the penalty spot.

“We kept going until the end, which we’ve done all year,” Quakes coach Frank Yallop said. “I said to the guys, ‘It doesn’t matter if you score in the first minute or the last minute. The game’s 90 minutes. You’ve got to make sure you’re as good in the first as you are in the last.'”

To reach that point, the Quakes need to improve their play in the early stages of games. San Jose found themselves down 1-0 at the interval for a fifth consecutive regular-season match, and even though they have a league-high 12 goals after the 76th minute and a 4-2-3 record (also a league best) when conceding the first goal, Gordon knows that’s a dangerous way to make a long-term living.

“We want to get the first goal and keep the lead, but that’s not the way the games have been going,” Gordon told MLSsoccer.com by phone from the Quakes locker room at Dick's Sporting Goods Park. “We’ve been doing well in the situations that we’ve been put into and shown a lot of character, but that’s not a habit we want to get into. We want to start playing a little bit better from the get-go and get on the front foot for a change.”

Even so, this was an extremely impressive result for San Jose, wo hadn’t won in Colorado since April 19, 2008. In six previous home matches this season, the Rapids outscored their visitors 14-5 en route to a 4-1-1 record.

All of that – plus some superlative first-half work by Colorado goalkeeper Matt Pickens – fell by the wayside when Gordon ran onto a lead pass from Simon Dawkins and tried to round Pickens. Replays couldn't show conclusively how much contact there was between Pickens' hand and Gordon's shoe.

What was crystal clear: The sight of Wondolowski pumping home his 12th goal of the season to retake sole possession of top spot on the league's scoring charts.

“We’ve got competitors and guys that really want to win, and that’s the difference,” Gordon said. “It comes down to heart at the end and people who are willing to make the extra run and battle the extra bit.”

Geoff Lepper covers the Earthquakes for MLSsoccer.com. He can be reached at sanjosequakes@gmail.com.

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Brazil Soccer Jerseys Gritty road win a rare, rewarding one for DC United

Gritty road win a rare, rewarding one for DC United
DC United head coach Ben Olsen Photo Credit: Getty Images

It’s been a trying four years for D.C. United and their supporters.

Despite a single US Open Cup triumph in 2008, the Black and Red have failed to impress in the league, missing the MLS postseason each of the past four seasons.

But if the storyline is going to change this season, Saturday’s gritty 2-1 win at New England could be the turning point.

WATCH: Full Match Highlights

“Last year we probably find a way to lose that game,” said head coach Ben Olsen (above, right). “And I’m seeing some signs of this team figuring out ways to be winners.”

Olsen added that he didn’t remember the last time United won at Gillette Stadium, and that’s no surprise. It came way back in 2007, when George W. Bush was still the biggest name in Washington and Olsen’s ankles allowed hikid soccer uniformm to play week in and week out.

In fact, D.C. had not beaten New England in any competition and in any venue since a 2-1 victory in MLS play at RFK Stadium on Oct. 16, 2008.

But in the 2-1 win over the Revs on Saturday, the Black and Red overcame obstacles that they simply had failed to clear in seasons past. Conceding the early goal wasn’t in the game plan, but finding an equalizer in the first half and scoring a late winner in the second half hasn’t been a forte of this side in years.

Still, there is a long way to go. The last time that United won two MLS games in a row was in 2009, when they beat New York and Chicago in back-to-back weeks in June.

But after losses in their first two games this season, United have gone unbeaten in their past four, picking up eight points with two wins and two draws.

“The ultimate goal is playoffs and an Eastern Conference Championship,” United midfielder Perry Kitchen said after the game. “We’re not doing badly, but we’ve got to keep it going because last year we struggled with road wins and home wins too.”

United will have a chance to win that second consecutive game on Wednesday, as they quickly return home to D.C. to host the Montreal Impact before playing at home again on Sunday against the New York Red Bulls. The quick turnaround means that United will have to immediately refocus their attention on the Impact after dispatching New England.

“We just have to stay sharp,” Kitchen said, “and move onto the next one.”

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Mexico Liga MX Jerseys Fantasy Fixes- Forwards will get busy in Round 28

Fantasy Fixes: Forwards will get busy in Round 28
Fredy Montero (Fantasy Fixes) Photo Credit: Getty Images

*Reminder #1: The cut-off time to make roster changes is 15 minutes prior to the scheduled kickoff of the first match of the week. This week, that deadline is 7:45 pm ET on Wednesday, September 5.

*Reminder #2: Nine different teams play multiple games in Fantasy Round 28.

Top Players in Round 27: Shalrie Joseph and Ramiro Corrales – 19 points

Key Injuries: OUT – Saër Sène, Teal Bunbury, Daniel Woolard, Torsten Frings, Shea Salinas, Justin Mapp, Hamdi Salihi

Last round kicked off the Fantasy Cup Challenge. For those not moving on, don’t get discouraged, there’s no (tangible) prize for the winner this year – just bragging rights. If you are moving on, however, advancing to the next round will not be a cakewalk by any means. The competition will get tougher and the amount of transfers you make will eventually catch up with you. Pay attention to the upcoming fixtures and make sure you aren’t loading up on players with multiple byes in the rounds ahead (i.e., Montreal do not have a game in Round 30 or 32).

Round 28 will run from Sept. 5-15, so be sure to set your lineup and subs accordingly. As always, pay attention to this weeks’ injury report (Note: Saër Sène has a torn ACL and will miss the remainder of the season) and don’t forget to review the list of suspensions as well. Be on the lookout for those players missing time due to International duty as well.

Fredy Montero, $11.3m, Seattle Sounders (110 points, ninth among forwards)

Montero got shut down in Round 27, but look for that to change significantly in Round 28. This time, he’ll have two games to help him climb up the forward rankings. Remember what he did to Chivas USA less than two weeks ago? Let me refresh your memory – three goals, one assist and 20 total points. Montero has acquired the reputation of being a late starter the past few seasons. If there’s any truth to that, you shouldn’t waste any more time picking him up. He’s scored seven goals in his last seven games, and before last weekend’s match vs. FC Dallas, he had racked up 48 points in his previous six outings combined – 8.0 points/game. Trust me, with multiple games coming up for Seattle in Round 28 and 31, Montero is someone who will intimidate almost any opponent you face off against in the weeks ahead – don’t let it be you!

Chris Rolfe, $6.5m, Chicago Fire (62 points, 27th among forwards)

You might be thinking to yourself, I haven’t heard much about Chris Rolfe lately, and while that may be true, the stats don’t lie – 11 key passes, 31 recoveries, four goals and 36 total points in his last six matches. He’s getting more minutes at forward than anybody else on Chicago’s roster, and even when Oduro subs on, Rolfe tends drop into the midfield where he can create chances for others. Similar to Seattle, Chicago play multiple games in Round 28 and 31. Plus, at $6.5m, you will not find a more intriguing option at forward. Save some money with this transaction and use the extra cash elsewhere.

Matt Reis, $5.6m, New England Revolution (117 points, eighth among goalkeepers)

Reis was a bold recommendation in Round 27 (according to some of my colleagues), but those of you who came along for the ride were suitably rewarded. Reis landed on the Dream Team for the second time this season, logging 16 total points over a two-game span. In Round 28, he’s due for another multi-gamer, this time, however, against much stronger opponents – D.C. United and the Columbus Crew. His matchups aren’t flattering by any means, but instead of wasting your only waiver on a 'keeper, consider saving it to fill a position of greater need.

However, If you have the funds available and only wish to change up your goalie, I recommend securing Michael Gspurning, $6.2m, Seattle Sounders. He has a home game against a struggling Chivas USA team and an away matchup vs. Portland. Both teams are capable of scoring, but these are two of the more favorable matchups for any keeper this week. If you can’t afford him, I’ve listed below some other 'keepers I like this round as well – all capable of grabbing that ever so beloved clean sheet.

***Other Notable Goalkeepers: Sean Johnson (CHI), Matt Pickens (COL), Milos Kocic (TOR)***

Chad Marshall, $7.2m, Columbus Crew (83 points, T-38th among defenders)

Marshall missed eight games due to concussion symptoms earlier in the season, but lately he’s been showing no ill effects, helping one of the hottest teams in MLS climb up the Eastern Conference standings. Somehow he has placed himself among the top 10 in CBIs (clearances, blocks and interceptions combined), with 197. Want to know how many have come in the last three rounds? Ninety-four. You’ll only be able to take advantage of Columbus’ games in hand for the next two rounds, after which they’ll be playing just one game a week to finish the season. Marshall is a bit pricey, but remember, he started the season at $7.5m – making him somewhat of a bargain now.

Steven Smith, $4.6m, Portland Timbers (45 points, 15 games played)

It’s easy to siwholesale soccer kitst here and recommend the heavy hitters, but the fact of the matter is that you need those inexpensive players to produce as well. Smith, while playing on team that’s given up the third most goals in 2012, has still managed to score six points on six different occasions this season – two of them coming in the last three weeks. Now, if you have the money to get a Chad Marshall or a Jeff Parke, by all means do it. But if you’re like me and have most of your money invested in attacking players, then Smith is a great bargain to sub in. I have Connor Lade, but this week he only has one game and I’m not banking on him to get a goal or hold the Crew scoreless. Smith, on the other hand, has multiple games, including one against a Rapids side that’s tied for sixth from the bottom in goals scored this season.

The Most

Most added transfer this week: Federico Higuaín

Most dropped transfer this week: Saër Sène

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Spanish La Liga Jerseys Crew Ansicht- Higuain, Gruenebaum Ziel für Mi. Retouren

Crew ansehen: Higuain, Gruenebaum Ziel für Mi. kehrt Andy Gruenebaum Foto Credit: Getty Images

Obetz, Ohio – Zwei Spieler wichtig, um Playoff-Lauf der Columbus Crew ist – übermitteln Federico Higuain und Torwart Andy Gruenebaum – gesagt, dass sie für Spiel am Mittwoch gegen Chivas USA bereit sein

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Higuain hatte drei Ziele und sechs Assists in seinen ersten sechs Spielen wurde aber beschränkt auf Nachspielzeit Aktion Samstag um New York wegen eines verletzten rechten großen Zeh.


UHR: NY 3, CLB 1

“Ich übte heute ohne Problem”, sagte Higuain durch einen Übersetzer, sagte Co-Trainer Ricardo Iribarren. “Wenn der Trainer entscheidet, mich in der Aufstellung habe ich bin bereit. Das ist der Grund, warum ich nicht viel am Samstag zu spielen. Das könnte meine Leistung den Rest der Saison zu beeinflussen. “


Er sagte, er fühlte sich zuerst ein wenig Schmerzen im Spiel in Philadelphia am 29. und mehr auf dem Rasen an der New England Aug. am 5. September.


Higuain fügte hinzu, dass es somesoccer Trikot Lieferanten Beschwerden gegen die Red Bulls aber, dass der Arzt, der ihm die Injektion gegeben, sagte der Medikamente würde volle Wirkung entfalten heute oder Dienstag, den Schmerz zu lindern.


Wie für Gruenebaum wurde er verletzt, als er in einem erfolglosen Versuch, eine Leitung Eckball von Dax McCarty in der 79. Minute tauchte sparen kopfüber in den linken Pfosten. Das Ziel gab den Red Bulls eine 2-1 Führung auf dem Weg zu einem 3-1 Sieg, und die Kollision mit der Post gezwungen Gruenebaum aus dem Spiel.


Gruenebaum trug eine geschwollene Nase und Wangenknochen und kleinen Schnitt über dem linken Auge am Montag, sondern nahm an Ball-Handling Bohrer.


“Ich habe vor, zu spielen”, sagte er zu MLSsoccer.com. “Es ist wirklich, wie ich mich fühle.”


Er sagte, seine größte Sorge ist ein wunder Verdrehen und fallen zurück. Gruenebaum versucht, das medizinische Personal zu überzeugen, dass er das Spiel fortsetzen, aber bald änderte er seine Meinung.


“ich zu der Zeit mein Kopf war in Ordnung fühlte”, sagte er. “Es war mein Rücken. Als ich aufstand wurde mir klar, es war keine gute Idee, zu bleiben. “


Der anfängliche Schwerpunkt lag auf dem Blut aus der Wunde kommt und ob er eine Gehirnerschütterung erlitten. Henry kam auch über den nach ihm zu sehen.


“Er war wie” Dude, habe Sie kommen. Es gibt keine Möglichkeit, in zu bleiben. Schau dich an! ‘”Gruenebaum sagte.


Auf dem Stück, das er verletzt war, sagte er nicht Gruenebaum McCarty Schuss durch den Verkehr vor Ort bis zur letzten Sekunde.


“Ich war auf der Herstellung sparen so viel konzentrieren”, sagte er. “Ich wünschte, ich hätte den Ball und nicht die Post bekommen haben, aber es war ein guter Abgang.”


Das Ergebnis war in New York zweite gerade Verlust die Crew. Es ließ sie auf den sechsten in der Eastern Conference, zwei Punkte hinter DC United für die letzte Postseason-Spot mit sechs Spielen überlassen. Mit Higuain und Gruenebaum zurück in der Aufstellung ist eine wichtige Entwicklung.

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Germany Bundesliga Jerseys In win, Holgersson stakes his position in RBNY backline

In win, Holgersson stakes his position in RBNY backline
New York Red Bulls celebrate goal against Houston Photo Credit: Getty Images

HARRISON, N.J. — When Markus Holgersson nailed a second-half goal that put the the New York Red Bulls in the lead against the Houston Dynamo on Friday night, there were a few of the 15,000-plus fans in attendance at Red Bull Arena who celebrated more than the others: Holgersson’s family.

Playing in front of several family members that he rarely gets to spend time with, Holgersson put forth a man-of-the-match-level performance: a clean sheet and the game-winning goal in a 2-0 win that moved the Red Bulls back into first place in the Eastern Conference.

HIGHLIGHTS: NY 2, HOU 0

“It’s always fun to play in front of them, especially since they are not here so often,” said Holgersson after the game. “It’s always fun to do an okay game when they are here.”

Holgersson did more than okay. He fought off a slow start and settled in to put together arguably his best performance of the season. He snuffed out several Dynamo attacks, playing more physically than he has in recent games and doing well to stand up against Macoumba Kandji on all but one occasion.

It was a bit of redemption for Holgersson after struggling mightily against Kandji and the Dynamo in New York’s loss at BBVA Compass Stadium the previous Friday. And his contributions were noted by head coach Hans Backe.

“Overall, he’s been solid defending-wise and that’s what he is, he is a defender,” said Backe. “But I think also he has improved in his attacking game, even if we sometimes during this game had too many final passes from the back four. But that depends a little bit that Houstowoman soccer jerseyn drops. They don’t press that high, they drop and get back in a 4-1-4-1 formation, which is difficult to break down.

“But the back four, there has to be that kind of passion to defend. They’re on the pitch to defend and it’s good that we can have a cleansheet tonight.”

While his defensive efforts might be what Backe signaled out the most, what fans are more likely to remember is Holgersson’s 61st-minute goal which broke the deadlock after the Red Bulls wasted chance after chance. The scenario unfolded when Tim Cahill headed a cross back to a wide-open Holgersson in front of goal, and the Swedish center back tapped it home.

The tally was Holgersson’s second of the season, but it is likely to be just as memorable as his first. Not just because this one was a winner, but because it was a winner that came with his family in attendance.

Franco Panizo covers the New York Red Bulls for MLSsoccer.com. He can be reached at Franco8813@gmail.com.

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Amerikanischen Exporte: Europäische Riesen angeblich Auge Altidore Jozy Altidore mit AZ

AMSTERDAM -. Laut technischer Direktor Earnie Stewart, AZ Alkmaar Streik Ass Jozy Altidore hat persönlich in dieser Saison unter anderem von Barcelona, ​​Bayern Muwholesale Fußball kitsnich und Chelsea ausgekundschaftet worden

Die Beantwortung ein Fan Frage auf der offiziellen Club-Website, auch bestätigt, dass der Stewart Kaasboeren klopfte wieder ein Sommer-Angebot für Altidore von einer ungenannten osteuropäischen Kapitalmacht.


& quot; Ich schließe nicht aus, dass jemand zeigt Interesse für Jozy im Winter Haltestelle oder am Ende der Saison, & quot; Stewart angegeben. & Quot; Er entwickelt groß ist, ist ein Ziel für das Team, spielt Fußball und übersetzt auch, dass in Tore. Das wird nicht unbemerkt im Ausland.


& quot; dieser Saison, gibt es oft Scouts der großen Klubs wie Barcelona, ​​FC Bayern München, FC Chelsea und Tottenham Hotspur in der AZ Tribüne & quot;.


Altidore hat 31 Tore in 63 Spiele in allen den Wettbewerb, da vor der letzten Saison von Villarreal ankommen verpackt. Er ist der einzige amerikanische Stürmer in vier hochkarätigen europäischen Ligen erzielt haben und erzielte ein Tor in jeder Stints mit Hull City in England, Villarreal in Spanien und Bursaspor in der Türkei vor seinem Wechsel zu den Niederlanden.


Dieser Begriff hat Altidore neun Tore in 12 Spielen, insgesamt gut für die zweite Liga auf dem Diagramm. Der kraftvolle Vorwärts hat auch ein gemeinsames Team-high drei Assists, was bedeutet, dass er statistisch in fast zwei Drittel der AZ 19 Tore auf der Saison beteiligt.