The U-23 player tallies a vital goal for Tijuana in Liga MX playoffs; Carlos Bocanegra goes down with an injury; a netminder loses to some school children in FIFA.
November 16, 2012
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Greg Garza came on as a sub in the 79th minute and scored in the 86th to give Tijuana a 1-0 road win over Monterrey in the first leg of the Liga MX quarterfinals. What a coincidence, we just talked to Greg.
Carlos Bocanegra tore his hamstring in the United States' match against Russia on Wednesday night. The American captain will miss six weeks.
Brad Guzan got schooled in (what he claims was) his first-ever game of FIFA during a trip to a children’s hospital. And how does virtual Guzan look? “They were a bit generous in the hair department … They gave me more than I actually have! Not that I'm complaining!”
AZ technical director Earnie Stewart says the club received a bid for Jozy Altidore over the summer from a “wealthy country in Eastern Europe.” Stewart added that Altidore's scoring prowess in Holland hasn't gone unnoticed by Europe's big boys: "This season, there are often scouts of big clubs such as Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur in the AZ grandstand."
Juan Agudelo’s agent announced on Twitter that the 19-year-old will train with Celtic during the MLS offseason:
Fresh off his return to #USMNT I want to wish @jagudelo11 the best tomorrow as he begins training with Celtic FC during the #MLS offseason.