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Just two U.S. World Cup field players start in Europe
by Paul Kennedy, August 24th, 2014 7:32PM
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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Americans saw little action on the first full weekend of the European season. Of the nine field players on the 2014 U.S. World Cup team in Europe, just two (Mix Diskerud and Alejandro Bedoya) started and two others (Jozy Altidore and Fabian Johnson) made brief appearances as subs. Of the 34 Americans Soccer America is tracking each week in Europe, just 14 played over the weekend.The only American who scored this week was Conor O'Brien with a golazo in his debut for Austrian club Wiener Neustadt.

England ...

Tim Howard
's Everton blew a 2-0 lead over Arsenal at Goodison Park and had to settle for a 2-2 draw when Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud scored goals in the last seven minutes.

For Everton, it marked the second week in a row it had to settle for a 2-2 draw after blowing a late lead. Last week, the Toffees gave up the tying goal at promoted Leicester City in the 86th minute. On Saturday, the goals came in the 83rd and 90th minutes, and Everton would have lost but for some careless Arsenal finishing.

Brad Guzan picked up his second straight shutout as Aston Villa tied Newcastle United, 0-0.

England, Premier League
SATURDAY:
Cody Cropper (did not dress), Southampton, 0-0 vs. West Bromwich
Brad Guzan (90 minutes), Aston Villa, 0-0 vs. Newcastle United
Tim Howard (90 minutes), Everton, 2-2 vs. Arsenal
SUNDAY:
Jozy Altidore
(sub: 13 minutes), Sunderland, 1-1 vs. Man. United
Geoff Cameron (on bench), Stoke City, 1-1at Hull City
Brek Shea (did not dress), Stoke City, 1-1 at Hull City

-- After two starts, teenager Emerson Hyndman has sat the next two games for Fulham. He could only watch as the Cottagers fell to Derby County, 5-1, for their fourth loss in four games in the League Championship. The result left German manager Felix Magath, on the verge of being fired, asking for forgiveness from the Fulham fans.

England, League Championship
SATURDAY:
Emerson Hyndman (on bench), Fulham, 1-5 at Derby County
Eric Lichaj(sub: 45 minutes), Nott. Forest, 4-0 vs. Reading
Will Packwood (did not dress), Birmingham City, 1-1 at Brentford
Tim Ream (90 minutes), Bolton Wanderers, 1-2 at Brighton & Hove Albion
Jonathan Spector(90 minutes), Birmingham City, 1-1 at Brentford
Zak Whitbread (on bench), Derby County, 5-1 vs. Fulham
Danny Williams (did not dress), Reading, 0-4 at Nott. Forest



MEXICO. Edgar Castillo's Atlas lost for the first time in six games when it dropped a 3-1 decision at Pachuca on Saturday night. The result dropped it three points behind first-place Club America and in a tie with Monterrey for second place. U.S. U-23 Alonso Hernandezmade his first appearance of the season for Monterrey in its 1-0 win over Puebla. Alejandro Guido, 20, made his first appearance of the season in Tijuana's 1-1 tie at UNAM.

Mexico, Liga MX
FRIDAY:
Herculez Gomez (did not dress), Tigres, 5-1 at Morelia
Jose Torres (on bench), Tigres, 5-1 at Morelia
SATURDAY:
Ventura Alvarado (did not dress), Club America, 0-0 at Chiapas
Edgar Castillo (90 minutes, 1 yellow card), Atlas, 1-3 at Pachuca
Gabriel Farfan (did not dress), Chiapas, 0-0 vs. Club America
Alonso Hernandez (sub: 29 minutes), Monterrey, 1-0 vs. Puebla
Michael Orozco (90 minutes, 1 yellow card), Puebla, 0-1 at Monterrey
SUNDAY:
Paul Arriola (on bench), Tijuana, 1-1 at UNAM
Joe Corona(90 minutes), Tijuana, 1-1 at UNAM
Greg Garza (90 minutes), Tijuana, 1-1 at UNAM
Alejandro Guido (sub: 4 minutes), Tijuana, 1-1 at UNAM

AUSTRIA. Conor O'Brien had a memorable debut for Wiener Neustadt, last in the Austrian Bundesliga, recording a goal and an assist in its 5-4 win over Admira Wacker, its first in six games.

Austria, Bundesliga
Conor O'Brien (90 minutes, 1 goal, 1 assist), Wiener Neustadt, 5-4 vs. Admira Wacker



Elsewhere ...

Belgium, Pro League
SUNDAY:
Sacha Kljestan (on bench), Anderlecht, 1-0 vs. Waasland-Beveren

France, Ligue 1
SUNDAY:
Alejandro Bedoya
(90 minutes), Nantes, 0-2 vs. Monaco

Germany, Bundesliga 1
FRIDAY:
Julian Green (on bench), Bayern Munich 2-1 vs. Wolfsburg
SATURDAY:
John Brooks (on bench), Hertha Berlin, 2-2 vs. Werder Bremen
Timmy Chandler (on bench), Ein. Frankfurt, 1-0 vs. Freiburg
SUNDAY:
Fabian Johnson
(sub: 17 minutes), Bor. M'Gladbach 1-1 vs. VfB Stuttgart

Germany, 2. Bundesliga
FRIDAY:
Bobby Wood
(83 minutes), 1860 Munich, 2-2 at Heidenheim
Andrew Wooten(sub: 6 minutes), Sandhausen, 1-2 at St. Pauli
Terrence Boyd (did not dress), RB Leipzig, 1-0 vs. Erzgebirge Aue
SUNDAY:
Alfredo Morales
(90 minutes), Ingolstadt, vs. Greuther Fuerth

Germany, 3. Liga
FRIDAY:
Junior Flores (on bench), Borussia Dortmund II, 0-0 at Sonnenhof Grossaspach
Phillip Gyau (78 minutes), Borussia Dortmund II, 0-0 at Sonnenhof Grossaspach

Netherlands, Eredivisie
SATURDAY:
Aron Johannsson (did not dress), AZ, 0-3 at Willem II
SUNDAY:
Rubio Rubin (did not dress), FC Utrecht, 1-2 vs. Feyenoord

Norway, Tippeligaen
SATURDAY:
Jeb Brovsky (did not dress), Stromsgodset, 2-3 vs. Stabaek
Andrew Jacobson (90 minutes), Stabaek, 3-2 at Stromsgodset
Michael Stephens(90 minutes), Stabaek, 3-2 at Stromsgodset
SUNDAY:
Mix Diskerud
(90 minutes), Rosenborg, 2-0 vs. Sarpsborg
Josh Gatt (did not dress), Molde, 5-0 vs. Aalesund
Ethan Horvath (did not dress), Molde, 5-0 vs. Aalesund
Zarek Valentin (did not dress), Bodo/Glimt, 2-1 at Haugesund

Serbia, Super Liga
Freddy Adu (on bench), Jagodina, 3-1 vs. Radnicki Nis


1 comment
  1. I w Nowozeniuk
    commented on: August 25, 2014 at 12:29 p.m.
    Perhaps, Jozy and his agent best re-assess the situation with coach Poyet. Could it be that Jozy doesn't do enough work during practice or the coach has more belief in his two other attackers.

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