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Brad Evans finally ready to come back from frustrating' calf injury Posted by Joshua Mayers The wait is over. Sounders FC captain Brad Evans is finally 100-percent healthy. Evans had been dealing with a calf issue suffered early in a Week 2 loss
It was a light session as the guys who played in Monday's reserve game against Seattle University just did light drills to recover. * * * First off, here is an update on two midfielders who have missed a few games but are nearing their
Mexico Posted by Joshua Mayers Sounders FC's Brad Evans was unable to play his second-straight game due to a calf strain suffered in a Week 2 loss to Toronto FC. You might remember, though, that the Seattle captain has been called up by the U.S.
Sounders coach Sigi Schmid coached Columbus to that Major League Soccer trophy. Sounders assistant coach Ezra Hendrickson played for the Crew back then. So did current Sounders midfielder Brad Evans and central defender Chad Marshall. Columbus,
If it can improve at the same steady pace, then we've got a possibility for this weekend...Schmid mentioned as guys like Andy Rose and Michael Azira as options to start in Evans' place if he were to be out. Gonzalo Pineda , who replaced Evans on
It's a great team with a great crowd, and I'm happy to be part of that.' Posted by Joshua Mayers Entering as a first-half injury substitute when your team already trails 2-0 probably isn't the ideal scenario for a debut.
The quality that they have, they were obviously going to take their chances. It's tough to trail two-zero at home, obviously; but in the second half we did well. Seattle's goal came from designed player Clint Dempsey. Toronto moved ahead in the
When the topic of Seattle Sounders FC arises, the typical conversation starts with the fabulous fan support, record-setting attendance, lively stadium experience and vivid colors of the players kits. Generally, it takes awhile to get around to the
This is the first time Seattle heads into a season with a goalkeeper who does not instantly project among the best in the league. The Sounders believe Stefan Frei can be a solid keeper behind a better team than he had in Toronto, where his goals-
Both teams finished 1-0-2 in the tournament, but D.C. held the better goal differential, which served as the decisive tiebreaker...Seattle has gone 6-0-3 in preseason leading into the March 8 opener against defending MLS champion Sporting Kansas City.