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Watch Clint Dempsey’s 22 Goals From the 2011-12 Season [VIDEO]

clint dempsey Watch Clint Dempseys 22 Goals From the 2011 12 Season [VIDEO]

US international Clint Dempsey is having the season of his life in England, and has netted 16 goals in the Premier League this season. Plus, 22 in all competitions. One dutiful person has assembled them all into one video (watch it quickly before the authorities decide to remove the video).

Last week, I made an appearance on TalkSport Radio in the United Kingdom, and they joked with me that I was acting as Dempsey’s agent such was the way I was playing him up as well as sharing my advice that he should wait and see this summer to find out who will offer him and Fulham the best deal to take Dempsey to the next level, and to play in the Champions League.

Dempsey’s next match for Fulham is next Saturday at home against Wigan Athletic. Dempsey has five matches left this season to try to reach the 20 Premier League goals in a season barrier. If he hits that number, then he will substantially increase his value as a proven goalscorer in the top league in the world.

If/when Dempsey does leave Fulham, where do you think he’ll end up? Vote below and then share your opinions in the comments section.


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