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Morning Read: Maurice Edu Finds a New Home

The United States midfielder leaves Stoke City for a place Jozy Altidore knows well; Michael Bradley helps Roma refine its winning ways; Will the next American superstar be picked around noon today?
BY Noah Davis Posted
January 17, 2013
3:26 AM
  • Maurice Edu is on the move, headed to Turkey's Bursaspor for a six-month loan. The midfielder will look for more playing time, which shouldn't be hard seeing as he managed to find just 10 minutes on the field during his time at Stoke. He could even play Saturday when the six-place Super Lig club takes on Kayserispor.

  • MLS Draft is today at 12pm ET. Do with that information what you will. Broadcast here.

  • Michael Bradley earned the proverbial hockey assist in Roma's 1-0 extra time victory over Fiorentina in the quarterfinals of the Coppa Italia. Bradley slipped a beautiful pass down the channel to Miralem Pjanic, who crossed it into the middle for a waiting Mattia Destro. Or you could just watch it below.

  • Steve Cherundolo will miss Friday's match against Schalke due to a knee injury. It does not sound serious, however, and shouldn't keep the American out for long.

  • Will Packwood has yet another surgery on his broken leg but seems to be remaining in good spirits. We all wish him the best.

  • Things Philadelphia Union-owned, Hoffenheim-playing Zach Pfeffer can do include scoring goals and, you know, probably some other stuff, too.

  • Stuart Holden talks about his first game back. That accent!

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