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U.S. keeper shelled in Norway; Bradley in loss Ajax
August 28th, 2007 7AM
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[AMERICANS ABROAD] American goalkeeper Adin Brown took a shelling as his 10th place Norwegian club fell 7-0 to Lillestroem. Midfielder Michael Bradley played the whole game for his Dutch Eredivisie club Heerenveen in its 4-1 loss on Saturday to Ajax Amsterdam. Last week in Heerenveen's season opener, Bradley had also gone the distance, and received a yellow card in a scoreless tie with Willem II. The 20-year-old midfielder made 21 appearances last season, mainly as a sub.

Also in Norway, Nat Borchers and Odd Grenland fell, 3-1, at home to Viking, leaving Odd six points deep in the relegation zone with eight games left.



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