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Top Danish club invites Pfumbidzai
A former Motor Action and Caps United player, Antipas has also played in Morocco and Denmark turning out for several clubs including Moghreb Tétouan, MAS Fez, Blokhus, HB Køge and SønderjyskE. He signed for Brøndby on September 3 2012 before ...
Miller's work pays off with Hammerheads
What else: The Hammerheads signed defender Albert Edward on Friday to bolster a back line reeling from injuries. Edward, a native of Tanzania, was a fourth round pick in January's MLS SuperDraft by Colorado. He adds depth to a back line hampered by ...
Quincy Antipas joins Holbro IK
The Zimbabwe Standard
Since arriving in Denmark six years ago, Hobro is Antipas' fifth club in the Scandinavian country after also turning out for lower division side Blokhus, HB Koge and Silas Songani's current club Sonderjyeske. Antipas has also played in Morocco for ...
Scandinavia, stepping stone or not?
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Scandinavia has been a popular destination for American players, dating as far back as 1990 when U.S. internationals John Doyle, Hugo Perez and Christopher Sullivan moved to Sweden. In recent years, it's been considered a ...
Antipas relishes Warriors jersey
The Zimbabwe Standard
The former CAPS United player started his Danish sojourn at Blokhus in 2008 before joining HB Køge. Signing for Brøndby on September 3 last year, the midfielder had charmed the Copenhagen club with a scintillating ... Related Posts: Curtain comes down ...
Floyd Franks discusses life with Vancouver Whitecaps and his return to RailHawks
The Independent Weekly (blog)
After a year with Denmark's Blokhus (currently in the Danish second division), Franks put in two solid seasons with Carolina, now coached by Rennie. In Cary ... I visited WakeMed Soccer Park on Thursday to chat with Franks, but first I encountered Clarke.
O'Brien Blazing His Own Path in Denmark
New York Times (blog)
After graduation he had dreams of playing in Major League Soccer, but he was never able to attract enough interest. Instead, O'Brien, 23, moved to Europe and signed with Blokhus, a small club in the third tier of Danish soccer. In his first year he led ...
Conor O'Brien: Winning Is the Only Calling Card Needed
The Shin Guardian
If–bulletin–helping teams win soccer games is the most important attribute for a player, it's easy to see why Conor O'Brien is one of the most underrated American players in Europe and now the Long Island native will be aiming to lead Nordsjaelland to ...
US Men's National Team: Uncapped Prospects Abroad to Watch out for
With the 2014 World Cup less than two years away, there's no telling how the United States Men's National Team will truly look. Of course, stalwarts such as Clint Dempsey, Tim Howard, Michael Bradley and Landon Donovan will be present in Brazil ...
American Exports: O'Brien signs deal with SønderjyskE
Major League Soccer
However, SønderjyskE have experienced a lot of squad turnover this offseason, putting O'Brien in a position to grab the attack keys during preseason. The former Bucknell ace netted three time in 11 games for Blokhus last season, his pro debut. O'Brien ...