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Feilhaber returns, Tracy finished for season at AGF
April 1st, 2010 1:20AM

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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Benny Feilhaber returned to action for Danish club AGF Aarhus, making his first appearance of the spring season in its 4-0 victory over Esbjerg on Wednesday. Meanwhile, fellow American Marcus Tracy will miss the rest of AGF's 2010 Superligaen season with knee problems.

Feilhaber hurt his ankle in training with AGF Aarhus on Feb. 15. At first, it was thought he'd only be sidelined for two weeks, but he ended up missing six weeks.

Like Feilhaber, Tracy was called in to the January national team training camp, but he had to head back to Denmark early because of knee tendinitis. He had been receiving treatment on both knees before arriving at the Home Depot Center.

If healthy, Feilhaber should make the U.S. World Cup team. Tracy's knee problems kept him from making his U.S. international debut.



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