Everybody Soccered - Week 1

In case you missed anything in the American goalkeeping realm, these links should catch you back up. Also I included some great pics in case you're a soccer mom who accidentally ended up at my site. Enjoy, mothers and everyone else!

  • Guzan is apparently a really friendly dude to all quasi-humans alike.
  • Andre Blake was also announced as a Generations Product and will most likely go to Vancouver in the upcoming MLS Draft, January 16th.
  • The MLS Combine finally rounded out with four healthy goalkeepers with Virginia Tech's KyleRenfro after announcing one that couldn't even run at the moment (sorry Mr. Richey). Renfro joins 
    • Rafael Diaz (St. John’s)
    • Kees Heemskerk (College of Charleston from Zaandam, Netherlands)
    • Fabian Otte (NC State from Münster, Germany)
    • and injured Spencer Richey (Washington).
  • A goalkeeper with American-ties started and apparently did very well at Club Leon FC in Mexico. He is 24 and is very quick.
  • Richard Lee lamented on England's less than desirable goalkeeping situation, stating that, "In fact, our goalkeepers are even considered to be below average in the eyes of our advancing foreign counterparts with Spain, USA, Italy, Germany and France leading the way in Goalkeeping development."
  • Steven Goff tweeted, "Senegal national team GK Bouna Coundoul may return to #MLS. Cyprus club in '13. US passport. Visiting family in NJ. FC Dallas perhaps?" Here are some highlights of Coundoul.
  • Stories of an Alaskan goalkeeper have defied all odds.
  • ex-Atlanta Silverback JoeNasco is now a free agent.
  • 1950s goalkeeping was still in its adolescence