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Freddy Adu goes 'incognito' after latest setback
AP, July 30th, 2010 3:10PM

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Freddy Adu's future is again in limbo after his tryout at Swiss club Sion failed.

Sion was on the lookout for players because a one-year FIFA transfer ban will begin in January but it said Adu did not fit in with its plans.

"I know I'm going to be praying," Adu wrote on his Twitter account. "Until then I will be incognito."

Since joining Benfica in 2007, he has been loaned out to three teams, Monaco, Belenenses and Aris, but has failed to live up to expectations.

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  1. Ric Fonseca
    commented on: July 31, 2010 at 12:24 p.m.
    OPEN NOTE TO FREDDY: CHIN UP, FREDDY AND KEEP ON WORKING YOUR MAGIC WHEREVER YOU GO. WITH POSITIVE PERSEVERANCE YOU WILL ACHIEVE YOUR GOAL. MY ONLY ADVISE TO YOU IS TO BE WISE AND THINK VERY CAREFULLY ENSURING THAT THOSE WHO REPRESENT YOU OR "PRETEND" TO REPRESENT YOU ARE DOING RIGHT BY YOU. YOU WILL EVENTUALL RETURN HOME A MUCH BETTER MAN AND AN EVEN HIGHLY SKILLED PLAYER. BUENA SUERTE & PLAY WELL!!!


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