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Beasley placed on Puebla transfer list
June 5th, 2013 7:07PM

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[AMERICANS ABROAD] DaMarcus Beasley, whose national team career was rejuvenated after two seasons at Puebla in Mexico, has been placed on the club's transfer list, ending talks of a new contract with La Franja. At the same time, Michael Orozco Fiscal's move to Puebla became permanent. The defender had been on loan from San Luis in the 2013 Torneo Clausura.

The domestic deadline for transfers at the Liga MX Draft being help at the Royal Cancun hotel is Wednesday midnight.

The 31-year-old Beasley join Puebla from Hannover 96, where he had played infrequently, in the summer of 2011.

Besides Orozco Fiscal's permanent move to Puebla, Jose Torres completed a permanent transfer from Pachuca and Tigres after starting for the Monterrey club this winter and spring.

The first American to move in the Liga MX Draft was Herculez Gomez, who joined Tijuana from Santos.



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