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Archives: Stuart Holden

Stuart Holden Diagnosed With Torn ACL In Knee To Add to His Injury Woes

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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US and Bolton Wanderers midfielder Stuart Holden has been diagnosed with a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in his right knee after having a MRI exam to evaluate the extent of his injury he picked up in the 2013 Gold Cup … Continue reading

Stuart Holden Gone for Six Months

Posted on by Robert Hay

Bad news struck an all-around good guy today in a way that, in another situation, would have seemed almost comical.  Bolton and U.S. national team midfielder Stuart Holden is out for six months, according to his club.  The initial reports … Continue reading

Having MLS Stars Go to Europe is Great for US Soccer … and Good for the MLS

Posted on by Eric Altshule

As Landon Donovan settles into the Everton, Michael Bradley becomes even more a fixture at the Bundesliga, and Stuart Holden and Ricardo Clark leave the US and take big career risks to fight for a position on European teams, many … Continue reading

Thoughts on MLS Moves Abroad

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Landon Donovan’s spectacular first goal for Everton, yesterday confirmed what those of us in the United States already knew: Donovan is a world class player who is one of the top international footballers around. Donovan’s move to Everton, however is … Continue reading

Clark to Frankfurt. Dempsey to Avoid the Knife. Other US News.

Posted on by Eric Altshule

For most Europeans, the January transfer window is all tease and no touch.  Very few moves of true import happen in January, and that is especially true in a World Cup year, where players would rather see if the tournament … Continue reading

Dominic Kinnear: A Model MLS Coach

Posted on by Brian Zygo

The English Premier League is one of the most popular football leagues in the world for many reasons, especially its coaching soap opera. No other league has managed to turn coaching vendettas and spats into a complex, highly entertaining mix … Continue reading

Condolences to the Holden Family

Posted on by Brian Zygo

On the Eve of the 2009 season, the Houston Dynamo has lost an important member of its extended family.  On February 16, 2009, Brian Holden, father of Dynamo midfielder Stuart Holden, passed away at his home in Sugar Land, Texas. … Continue reading

Who Replaces Beasley for the US?

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

DaMarcus Beasley’s injury for Rangers in this week’s Champions League action opens the door for several left footed players in the US National Team setup while Beasley is nursing his injury over the next several months. Eric Wynalda pointed out … Continue reading