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Morning Read: Juan Agudelo Opens Up at Celtic

The young striker, who turns 20 today, gives an in-depth interview over in Scotland; Terrence Boyd cannot be stopped, even if his team can; Jermaine Jones does his thing.
BY Jesse Yomtov Posted
November 23, 2012
4:04 AM
  • Juan Agudelo, currently training with Celtic, got a nice, wide-ranging profile from STV Sport in Scotland. There’s a 14-minute video of the interview you can watch, touching on a number of subjects including his desire to play in Europe, advice on Glasgow from Maurice Edu, and how he’s handled dealing with the hype since scoring his first USMNT goal at age 17.

    "I like to think of myself as very humble. I've seen players who have been hyped up and have lost respect for the game,” Agudelo said. “Those players maybe could have continued their career. I know if I am not focused, don't keep training every day hard, my career maybe could maybe swerve off in a different direction" Last week STV suggested that Agudelo would be beneficial for a Celtic squad that is looking for some help in attack.

  • Terrence Boyd scored in the 67th minute of Rapid Vienna’s 3-2 loss to Rosenborg in Europa League action. Boyd’s goal gave his club a 2-1 lead, but Rosenborg scored in the 77th and 80th minutes to win. Mix Diskerud played the full 90 and picked up a yellow card for the victors.

    In other Europa League action, Clint Dempsey started and came off in the 63rd minute of Tottenham’s 0-0 draw with Lazio. Steve Cherundolo went the full 90 for Hannover in a 0-0 draw with Twente, Josh Gatt played all of Molde’s 2-1 loss to Copenhagen, and Alejandro Bedoya went the full 90 in Helsingborg’s 3-1 loss to Levante.

  • Our Noah Davis takes a look at what David Beckham’s departure may mean for Landon Donovan.

  • Tijuana lost 2-0 at Leon in the first leg of the Liga MX semifinals. Edgar Castillo played the full 90, Joe Corona came off after 67 minutes and a yellow card, and Greg Garza was an unused substitute for Xolos. The return leg is Sunday.

  • Jermaine Jones, the sole American in the Champions League round of 16, opens up about Schlake 04's win over Olympiacos. The general gist: "We won. Hooray."
  • Brek Shea reminisces about spending Thanksgiving in London last year with his Arsenal bros:

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