Wednesday, June 01, 2016

Nemeth Named to Euro Squad - Former SKC Wizards Update

The 2016 European Championship kicks off in a little more than a week in France with their newly expanded tournament. This year 24 teams will compete in the tournament and it's brought out some new and unlikely teams qualifying like Iceland and Albania. It has also seen Hungary qualify for their first major championship since the 1986 World Cup and their first Euros since 1972. Included in the squad for this year's tournament is former Kansas City forward, Krisztian Nemeth. After leaving Kansas City for Qatar, Nemeth has done quite well for Al-Gharafa, scoring seven goals in just 10 appearances since making the move. Hungary will start the tournament on June 14th against Austria before playing Iceland on the 18th and closing group play against Portugal on the 22nd.

Here is this rest of this week's update.

Active without a club or unknown
Vicente Arze
Jamar Beasley
Brian Fekete
Michael Kafari
Chris Konopka
Kyle Miller
Victor Munoz
Akeem Priestley
Yann Songo'o

MLS
Jalil Anibaba - Houston - Dressed but did not play in Houston's 1-1 draw with Vancouver.
Teal Bunbury - New England - Came off the bench and played 36 minutes in New England's 2-1 win over Seattle.
Servando Carrasco - Orlando City - Started and played 90 minutes in Orlando's 2-2 draw with Philadelphia. Started and played 90 minutes in Orlando's 2-2 draw with NYCFC.
Aurelien Collin - New York - Started and played 90 minutes in New York's 3-0 win over Toronto.
Herculez Gomez - Seattle - Started and played 82 minutes in Seattle's 2-1 loss to New England.
Michael Harrington - Chicago - Did not dress in Chicago's 1-1 draw with Portland.
Jack Jewsbury - Portland - Dressed but did not play in Portland's 1-1 draw with Chicago.
Kei Kamara - New England - Started and played 90 minutes in New England's 2-1 win over Seattle.
Eric Kronberg - Montreal - Dressed but did not play in Montreal's 3-2 win over LA.
Mikey Lopez - NYCFC - Did not dress in NYCFC's 2-2 draw with Orlando.
Yura Movsisyan - Salt Lake - Came off the bench and played 6 minutes in RSL's 4-3 loss to Columbus.
Amobi Okugo - Portland - Dressed but did not play in Portland's 1-1 draw with Chicago.
CJ Sapong - Philadelphia - Started and played 90 minutes in Philadelphia's 2-2 draw with Orlando. Started and played 90 minutes in Philadelphia's 1-1 draw with Colorado.
Tyson Wahl - Columbus - Did not dress in Columbus' 4-3 win over Salt Lake.
Sal Zizzo - New York - Started and played 90 minutes in New York's 3-0 win over Toronto.

NASL
Bernardo Anor - Minnesota (loan) - Started and played 90 minutes in Minnesota's 2-0 loss to Tampa.
Stefan Antonijevic - Tampa Bay - Did not dress in Tampa's 2-0 win over Minnesota.
Marcel de Jong - Ottawa - Started and played 90 minutes in Ottawa's 2-1 loss to Fort Lauderdale.
Mechack Jerome - Jacksonville - Started and played 90 minutes in Haiti's 3-1 loss to Colombia.
James Marcelin - Carolina - No game this week.
Rauwshan McKenzie - Oklahoma City - Dressed but did not play in OKC's 1-0 loss to the Cosmos.

US
Christian Duke - Swope Park - Started and played 81 minutes in Swope's 1-1 draw with Sacramento.
Cyprian Hedrick - Oklahoma City - No game this week.
Ryan James - Rochester - Started and played 72 minutes in Rochester's 2-2 draw with Bethlehem.
Alex Martinez - Charlotte - Did not dress in Charlotte's 2-1 loss to Orlando.
Tony Rocha - Orlando - Started and played 90 minutes in Orlando's 2-1 win over Charlotte.
Michael Thomas - Oklahoma City - No game this week.
Yomby William - Richmond - Started and played 90 minutes in Richmond's 2-1 loss to Montreal.

PDL
Adnan Gabeljic - San Francisco - Did not dress in either of San Francisco's games.
Faik Hajderovic - St. Louis U23 - Lost 1-0 to Albuquerque and lost 1-0 to Miland/Odessa.

Indoor
Pat Healey - Baltimore - Offseason.
Mike Jones - Dallas - Offseason.
Boris Pardo - Missouri - Offseason.

International
Korede Aiyegbusi - Siah Jamegan - Iran - Offseason.
Scott Angevine - YPA - Finland - Started and played 90 minutes in YPA's 1-0 loss to MuSa.
Claudio Bieler - Belgrano - Argentina - Offseason.
Omar Bravo - Chivas - Mexico - Offseason.
Reinaldo Brenes - AD Belen Siglo XXI - Costa Rica - Offseason.
Sunil Chhetri - Bengaluru - India - Started and played 78 minutes, scoring two goals in Bengaluru's 3-2 win over Kitchee.
Jorge Claros - Alajuelense - Costa Rica - Offseason.
Daneil Cyrus - W Connection - Offseason.
Toni Dovale - CD Leganes - Spain - Dressed but did not play in Leganes' 1-0 win over Real Oviedo. Came off the bench and played 13 minutes in Legaes' 2-0 win over Llagostera.
Pablo Escobar - Jaguares de Córdoba - Colombia - Did not dress in Jaguares' 0-0 draw wtih Deportes Tolima.
Luis Gil - Queretaro - Mexico - Offseason.
Jeferson - Madureira EC - Brazil - Offseason.
Will John - RoPS - Finland - Came off the bench and played 2 minutes in RoPS' 3-2 loss to SJK.
Igor Juliao - Ferroviária - Brazil - Offseason.
Igor Kostrov - Slavia-Mozyr - Belarus - No game this week.
Luis Marin - CD Palestino - Chile - Offseason.
Neven Markovic - KS Lechia Gdansk - Poland - Offseason.
Michal Mravec - RoPS - Finland - Dressed but did not play in RoPS' 3-2 loss to SJK.
Krisztian Nemeth - Al-Gharafa - Qatar - Offseason.
Erik Palmer-Brown - Porto (loan) - Portugal - Offseason.
Pablo Punyed - IBV - Iceland - Started and played 90 minutes in IBV's 2-0 win over Huginn in the cup. Started and played 90 minutes in IBV's 1-0 win over Throttur Reykjavik.
Oriol Rosell - Vitoria (Sporting Club de Portugal)  Portugal - Offseason.
Brendan Ruiz - DJK Don Bosco Bamberg - Germany - Offseason.
Soony Saad - Pattaya United (BEC Tero Sasana) -Started and played 90 minutes in Pattaya's 5-0 loss to Sisaket.
Peter Schmetz - Wuppertaler SV - Germany - Started and played 90 minutes in Wuppertaler's 3-0 loss to Rot-Weiss Essen.
Kevin Souter - Deveronvale FC - Scotland - Offseason.
Martin Steuble - Ceres-La Salle - Philippines - Offseason.
Milos Stojcev - Atromitos - Greece - Offseason.
Matt Taylor - Saarbrücken - Germany - Offseason.

2 comments:

Sean Curry said...

France is my favorite team. But I will be cheering for Hungary and Nemeth after. I watched a few of their qualifiers. They are a good team. Could advance out of group. Nemeth doesn't always start, but usually plays.

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