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New York Football Giants superfans Mike Seamon and Bryan Meredith with New England Patriots fanatics Mike Fucito and Roger Levesque preview today’s big American football game.

Our sit-down interviews continue with USMNT midfielder, Brad Evans, fresh off a two-cap outing with the national squad in friendlies with Venezuela and Panama.

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Defender Adam Johansson joined the team in Arizona today for his first official training as a Sounder.

HE’S ROOMING WITH MAURO.

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Fredy Montero goes 1 V 1 with Matt Gaschk to talk about his first three years in Seattle, Disneyland and his goals for 2012.

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5/26 training and press.
Photo Credit : Chris Coulter

5/26 training and press.

Photo Credit : Chris Coulter

Happy Mother’s Day!

Montero originally suffered the injury when he fell on his wrist during  training in New York on March 18.  The soreness persisted and the  specialist told the team that it was at a tricky part of the wrist that  doesn’t get a lot of circulation and can be a difficult recovery without  surgery."They felt the need to surgery now," Sounders FC head  coach Sigi Schmid said.  "It’s not something major, but it’s something  that needed to be done now so it doesn’t develop into something major if  it wasn’t taken care of.  It’s not going to keep him out very long, but  we’re a little unsure if he can play Saturday or not."Schmid is  hopeful that Montero will be available to play on Saturday, but if not,  the Sounders coach said he expects that he will be ready to face the  Chicago Fire at Qwest Field April 9.
Source : Joshua Mayers | Seattle Times | TwitterMatt Gaschk | Rave Green Blog | SoundersFC

Montero originally suffered the injury when he fell on his wrist during training in New York on March 18.  The soreness persisted and the specialist told the team that it was at a tricky part of the wrist that doesn’t get a lot of circulation and can be a difficult recovery without surgery.

"They felt the need to surgery now," Sounders FC head coach Sigi Schmid said.  "It’s not something major, but it’s something that needed to be done now so it doesn’t develop into something major if it wasn’t taken care of.  It’s not going to keep him out very long, but we’re a little unsure if he can play Saturday or not."

Schmid is hopeful that Montero will be available to play on Saturday, but if not, the Sounders coach said he expects that he will be ready to face the Chicago Fire at Qwest Field April 9.

Source : Joshua Mayers | Seattle Times | Twitter
Matt Gaschk | Rave Green Blog | SoundersFC

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