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Rodriguez joins Gladbach U-23s; Bedoya set for Dutch move
July 5th, 2013 2:54AM
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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Mario Rodriguez, who started for the USA at the Under-20 World Cup, is switching German clubs, while Alejandro Bedoya looks set to move from Sweden to the Netherlands.

Rodriguez, who helped lead Kaiserslautern's U-19s to second place in the German Youth Cup, joined Borussia Moenchengladbach's U-23s on a two-year contract.

The Gladbach U-23s play in the Regionalliga West (fourth level of German soccer).

Bedoya, who earned a call-up to the national team for the Gold Cup, is about to sign with Dutch Eredivisie club FC Twente from Helsingborg, where he has scored five goals in 11 games in 2013.

Twente would be the fourth European club for the 26-year-old Bedoya since turning pro out of Boston College.


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