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Wins for Goodson and Bedoya
April 6th, 2010 5:32AM

TAGS:  americans abroad, norway, sweden


[AMERICANS ABROAD] Clarence Goodson and Alejandro Bedoya, both candidates for the U.S. World Cup team, were victorious in Scandinavian action on Monday.

Goodson and fellow American Hunter Freeman started for Start in its 5-3 thriller over Valerenga in Norway's Tippeligaen.

Bedoya started for Orebro in its 1-0 win at AIK Stockholm in Sweden's Allsvenskan.

CORRECTION: The only U.S. international to play in England's League Championship on Easter Monday was Jay DeMerit, who came on in the 10th minute of Watford's 1-1 tie with West Bromwich.

  1. Mark Arnold
    commented on: April 6, 2010 at 10 a.m.
    Really? Jay DeMerit is not a US international in the Championship playing for Watford? DeMerit played 80 minutes (came on as a sub) in Watford's 1-1 tie with West Brom. I'll say it again - "C'mon guys, this is your job."

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