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Michigan teen strikes a golazo
August 7th, 2011 5:42PM

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[VIDEO PICK] The metoric rise of Josh Gatt continues. After spending a half a season in the Austria second division, the teenaged winger from Michigan was signed by Molde, and he has helped it take a big lead in the Tippeligean, the top level of Norwegian soccer.

On Thursday, he scored a rocket following a run from the midfield line in its 2-1 win at IK Start

Gatt, who turns 20 at the end of August, has played 14 games and scored two goals for Molde, whose 3-1 loss at Rosenborg on Sunday snapped a five-game winning streak. It remains five points ahead of Brann after 19 games.


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  1. Blake Mcvey
    commented on: August 8, 2011 at 10:50 a.m.
    When does this guy come into the full national team?


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