Bolton, Holden Fall 4-1 to Arsenal

Stuart Holden’s Bolton played admirably, but a puzzling red card made the Arsenal victory inevitable.

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Holden Has His First Ineffective Match

Stuart Holden and his club had an off day, but they still managed a draw.

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Sacha Kljestan’s Anderlecht Defeated by Their Own Pitch

Kljestan’s club apparently can’t afford a decent groundskeeper, a situation they might want to remedy.

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Fulham, Dempsey Draw with Manchester United

The European season is only a few weeks old, but Fulham and Manchester United put on a show that will be hard to top.

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Holden and Bolton Beat West Ham 3-1

In our most recent podcast, FFG pegged Stuart Holden as a gringo to watch in 2010. Yet again, he doesn’t disappoint.

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Howard and Hahnemann Face Off in the Premier League

Who knew? It turns out goalkeepers’ stats can give an indication of a squad’s tactical trends.

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Gringos Make Appearances in Europa League

Three Americans helped their clubs pick up results in today’s Europa League action.

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Where in the World Is DaMarcus Beasley?

Beasley, one of America’s most experienced players, has an unsettled club situation.

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Holden and Dempsey Compete in Their Clubs’ Opening Match

Clint Dempsey played every minute of USA’s World Cup run. Stuart Holden played five. Take a guess at who started on the bench today.

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Bocanegra and St. Etienne Lose Opener

Carlos Bocanegra’s debut for St. Etienne could have been better, as his club lost to Paris Saint-Germain.

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Midfielder in the Rye

If you don’t get the reference, you probably need to retake high school literature, but don’t worry! FFG is interested in analyzing Stuart Holden, not Holden Caulfield.

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We Can Build Him Better, Stronger, Faster

On Saturday, two reports painted very different pictures on the recovery efforts of Charlie Davies and Jermaine Jones.

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