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What They're Saying
January 24th, 2008 7AM
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"Brad is the money. He would have no problem playing in the SPL right now. There's no doubt Brad can be the next big American goalkeeper to play in Europe. I've nothing against Brad Friedel or Tim Howard, but this guy is a great size and is a fantastic athlete, as well. He throws himself about, he's really brave and he already has some good international experience. He played really well in a game against Sweden last weekend and that clean sheet raised his profile further. No disrespect, but if you are performing well on the international stage, then I'm pretty sure you can handle playing in Scotland."

-- Scotsman John Spencer, the Houston Dynamo assistant coach, on Chivas USA keeper Brad Guzan, who is on trial at Scottish champion Celtic and whom Spencer believes can become the best of the American keepers playing in Britain. (Daily Mail)



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