It passed many by, but two American internationals crossed pathsin front of 12,625this week as Clint Dempsey's Tottenham won 3-0 atFrankie Simek's Carlisle United in the Capital One (League) Cup. Simek and Dempsey were on the same team in 2007 when the US beat Mexico in the Gold Cup final, but now play two divisions apart in England, one in the Premier League, the other in League One.
Thank you to all that come here every once in a while to read what we got to say. It's Boxing Day
and we're in for a good day of soccer (going on as I share these headlines with you). DUECE: Clint
Dempsey struck for his 6th goal of the season in (the game is close [...]
Michael Parkhurst got the start for FC Nordsjaelland on Wednesday, but Aalborg got the goal.
Andreas Johansson scored in the 86th minute to give the home side all three points. Marcus Tracy
wasn't in the lineup for AaB. After five games in the Danish SAS-Ligaen, AaB are in second place
with 12 points.
Sheffield Wednesday defender Frankie Simek will be working as a commentator for Arsenal's in-house
subscription audio for today's Champions League quarterfinal second leg against Villarreal. Simek
was an Arsenal youth player
As it was correctly pointed out by a Sheffield Wednesday fan on this site, Frankie Simek is not fit
enough to play football right now. The 23-year-old American is still rehabbing his ankle and has no
time table for his...
Frankie Simek is said to be on Martin O'Neill's radar. The Sheffield Wednesday right-back is said
to be healthy following a season-ending ankle injury. The American defender began his professional
career at Arsenal before moving to the Owls in 2005....
We ought to give a pat on the back to Frankie Simek, who starred in Carlisle United's Johnstone's
Paint Trophy win against Brentford on Sunday and became the first American Wembley cup final winner
since Jemal Johnson in 2008, or the first at the new Wembley with an American accent let's
say.Frank has always been an impressive performer in my eyes, and could easily have worked at a
Greg & I are in our seats high up in the Amsterdam Arena. It's a chilly but not freezing night in
Amsterdam and we are told 46,000 tickets have been sold for the tonight's clashThe lineups - Marcus
Hahnemann and Frankie Simek have not dressed.USA: Howard, Spector, Bocanegra (c), DeMerit,
Bornstein, Findley, Torres, Bradley, Holden (Beasley 34'), Altidore, DonovanSubs: Beasley, Johnson,