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Holden and Feilhaber on the mend
March 19th, 2010 5:46PM
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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Midfielders Benny Feilhaber and Stuart Holden, the most recent U.S. national team regulars to be injured, are improving. Feilhaber has resumed training with Danish club AGF after receiving treatment for his ankle injury in Brazil, while Holden is again walking without crutches.

Feilhaber will rejoin the AGF first team next week after spending several weeks recuperating on the beaches in Rio de Janeiro.

Holden underwent surgery after his right leg was broken by Nigel de Jong in the recent Netherlands-USA friendly.

If Holden and Feilhaber return to action by next month, that should be enough time to be fit and ready for the World Cup.



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