Monthly Archives: August 2011

Dempsey, Jones, Clark among those staying put on transfer day

A few Americans made moves in Europe ahead of the close of the summer transfer window, but some of the bigger names being tossed around the rumor mill stayed put. The major move to Arsenal never materialized for Clint Dempsey, … Continue reading »

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Arsenal snags Arteta, Chelsea lands Meireles in final deadline minutes

Arsenal has filled the void left behind by one Spanish playmaker with another. At the end of a wild transfer deadline day in Europe, Arsenal agreed to a £10 million transfer with Everton and signed central midfielder Mikel Arteta to … Continue reading »

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Transfer Update: Ruiz situation unsettled, Parker joins Spurs and more

Bryan Ruiz' expected move to Fulham might not happen after all. Newcastle United has swooped in with a bid that is said to have trumped that of Fulham, meaning that the Costa Rican attacker could be on his way to … Continue reading »

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Agbossoumonde to join Eintracht Frankfurt

Photo by John Dorton/ISIphotos.com Germany appears to be the latest stop in Gale Agbossoumonde's quest for club stability. The United States Under-20 centerback is set to join Eintracht Frankfurt in Germany's second division, the same club that currently employs U.S. … Continue reading »

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Liverpool loans Bijev to Dusseldorf

After signing a deal with Liverpool this summer, American teenager Villyan Bijev is heading out on loan. Liverpool sent Bijev to Fortuna Dusseldorf in Germany's second division, where he'll get a better chance to secure playing time and develop as … Continue reading »

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Transfer Deadline Day: Live Commentary

It's the craziest day of the year in the club soccer world, as the close of the summer transfer window has arrived, bringing with it a seemingly endless string of transfer rumors, actual deals and plenty of surprises. England is … Continue reading »

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