|1||Howard, Tim||GK||6-3||210||03/06/79||North Brunswick, N.J.||Everton (England)||51/0|
|2||Spector, Jonathan||D||6-0||180||03/01/86||Arlington Heights, Ill.||West Ham United (England)||25/0|
|3||Bocanegra, Carlos||D||6-0||170||05/25/79||Alta Loma, Calif.||Rennes (France)||79/12|
|4||Bradley, Michael||M||6-2||175||07/31/87||Manhattan Beach, Calif.||Borussia Mönchengladbach (Germany)||43/7|
|5||Onyewu, Oguchi||D||6-4||210||05/13/82||Olney, Md.||AC Milan (Italy)||54/5|
|6||Cherundolo, Steve||D||5-6||145||02/19/79||San Diego, Calif.||Hannover 96 (Germany)||60/2|
|7||Beasley, DaMarcus||M||5-8||145||05/24/82||Ft. Wayne, Ind.||Rangers (Scotland)||92/17|
|8||Dempsey, Clint||M||6-1||170||03/09/83||Nacogdoches, Texas||Fulham (England)||62/18|
|9||Gomez, Herculez||F||5-10||165||04/06/82||Las Vegas, Nev.||Puebla F.C. (Mexico)||4/2|
|10||Donovan, Landon||M||5-8||158||03/04/82||Redlands, Calif.||Los Angeles Galaxy||123/42|
|11||Holden, Stuart||M||5-10||160||08/01/85||Houston, Texas||Bolton Wanderers (England)||14/2|
|12||Bornstein, Jonathan||D||5-9||145||11/07/84||Los Alamitos, Calif.||Chivas USA||32/2|
|13||Clark, Ricardo||M||5-10||150||05/10/83||Jonesboro, Ga.||Eintracht Frankfurt (Germany)||29/2|
|14||Buddle, Edson||F||6-1||185||05/21/81||New Rochelle, N.Y.||Los Angeles Galaxy||3/2|
|15||DeMerit, Jay||D||6-0||185||12/04/79||Green Bay, Wis.||Watford (England)||19/0|
|16||Torres, José||M||5-7||135||10/29/87||Longview, Texas||Pachuca (Mexico)||10/0|
|17||Altidore, Jozy||F||6-1||175||11/06/89||Boca Raton, Fla.||Villareal (Spain)||25/9|
|18||Guzan, Brad||GK||6-4||210||09/09/84||Homer Glen, Ill.||Aston Villa (England)||16/0|
|19||Edu, Maurice||M||6-0||170||04/18/86||Fontana, Calif.||Rangers (Scotland)||13/1|
|20||Findley, Robbie||F||5-9||165||08/04/85||Phoenix, Ariz.||Real Salt Lake||6/0|
|21||Goodson, Clarence||D||6-4||170||05/17/82||Alexandria, Va.||IK Start (Norway)||14/2|
|22||Feilhaber, Benny||M||5-9||150||01/19/85||Irvine, Calif.||AGF Aarhus (Denmark)||32/2|
|23||Hahnemann, Marcus||GK||6-3||220||06/15/72||Seattle, Wash.||Wolverhampton Wanderers (England)||16/0|
Tag Archives: Stuart Holden
JozyAltidore17: training went well the boys look sharp! Best of luck to Chuck D as he is going to set the french league on fire!!
JozyAltidore17: I like hull its a very peaceful place and the people are very friendly. happy to be here.
stuholden22RT: @MauriceEdu: Good luck to my boy @CharlieDavies9 as he makes his debut in the French league 2day! (Gonna try and watch u online my broda)
MauriceEdu: Good luck to my boy @CharlieDavies9 as he makes his debut in the French league 2day! Do work son, we all behind u!
CharlieDavies9: Today is game day folks! My debut in the French League. I’m real excited. Str8 Amped lol! Thanks for all the love! Greatly appreciated.
FreddyAdu11: training. getting it done. always working. attitude is everything
Everyone is wishing luck to Charlie Davies in his first game, hope he does well. Jozy is liking Hull already, can’t wait to watch him (hopefully) debut on ESPN next week. Edu twitters a ton.
Stuart Holden just updated his blog and it is filled with insight on the big last few weeks for him. He talks about his time in the Gold Cup where he was extremely impressive, and discusses the forgettable 5-0 final loss to Mexico.
He also recaps his time on the MLS All Star Game vs Everton saying:
“I was happy with my output as I had an assist for both teams! And before you ask, I don’t really know what I was thinking on the first pass!! Haha!”
He then goes on to talk about Scoring for Houston on his Birthday. Check out his blog Shootin’ it with Stu, and see him tonight vs Dallas.
Personally I thought that Holden looked totally in control during the Gold Cup and a huge level above all the other players on the field (excluding the final when no one looked very good). I think he could make a positive impact on the National team if he is givin the chance.
The only MLS game being played tonight is Dallas v Houston at 10:30 ET. National Team Member and Gold Cup captain Brian Ching will be leading number 1 Houston with likely National Team members Stuart Holden and Ricardo Clark. Holden had a great Gold Cup that probably will result in a call up for the game vs Mexico on Aug. 12. No one from Dallas seems to factor into the National Team’s upcoming games except possibly Kenny Cooper who scored twice in the Gold Cup.