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What They're Saying
August 26th, 2009 7AM
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"The key to the decision made by the boys and their families is that Hoffenheim constructed an outstanding path for their development as players. During their first year, they will be permitted to split time between Germany and Vancouver, where they will attend school and be trained to prepare for a full-time adjustment to Germany the following year."

-- Dan Segal, the agent to U.S. U-17 players Joseph-Claude Gyau and midfielder Charles Renken, describes their deal with German first division club Hoffenheim. (SoccerNet)


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