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Holden's scores first EPL goal, adds assist in Bolton triumph.

Edu's goal before early exit gives Rangers 1-1 draw with Inverness.

With Edu in midfield, Rangers down Celtic to stay atop Premier League.

Neck injury to disable Bocanegra for at least three weeks.

Dempsey strike helps Fulham to another draw, 1-1 with West Ham.

Feilhaber's four goals (two winners) lead to pair of Aarhus victories.

Dempsey's first goal allows Fulham to draw 1-1 with Rovers.

Howard helps Everton pick up surprise point from Manchester United.

Villa beats Everton; Friedel bests Howard in meeting of American keepers.

Hahnemann, Howard meet; Everton, Wolves draw 1-1.

Altidore scores for Villareal, hopes it's his ticket to stay.

Adu is looking for team after Benfica cuts him loose.

Bocanegra moves across France to Saint Etienne.

Johnson strains hamstring with Aris in Greek playoffs.

Beasley bids farewell to Glasgow Rangers after late benching.

For Fulham, Dempsey set to become first U.S. player in European final.

Davies' desire to make World Cup team is dealt a blow.

Cherundolo, Hannover register big win 4-2 over Schalke.

Hahnemann posts another shutout for Wolves in 0-0 draw with Stoke.

Dempsey absent with thigh injury, Fulham makes Europa Cup semifinals.

Back in good graces, Adu makes rare start for victorious Aris.

Friedel, Aston Villa suffer 7-1 rout at hands of Chelsea.

Friedel, Aston Villa fade in English Premier League despite unbeaten streak.

After long layoff, Dempsey scores decisive goal, Fulham edges Juventus in Europa Cup.

Donovan's highly successful Everton tenure ends on quiet note.

Both succeeding in Greece, Johnson gets critical U.S. call, Adu does not.

'Player of Month' Donovan, Howard help Everton stun Chelsea, Man. United.

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Americans Abroad

Riding the bench in Greece, Adu tries to find home in Denmark.

By Robert Wagman (in Washington, D.C.)
SoccerTimes

(Sunday, November 28, 2010) -- American midfielder Freddy Adu's travels from club to club, trying to find someplace where he can play, might now take him from Greece to Denmark in January when the next transfer window opens.

Adu has been under contract with Benfica of Portugal since 2007, but he is now on his third consecutive loan over the last three years. For the second half of the 2009-10 season and the current campaign, he has been on loan to Aris Thessaloniki FC in Greece.

After a change of coaches last season, Adu apparently has worn out his welcome at Aris, first finding himself moved to the bench and then into the stands. Now, he is reportedly in Denmark training with Randers of the top-tier Superliga for a possible winter move after the transfer window opens.

According to club statements to the media, Adu arrived in poor physical condition so he has been working with the team's reserves. Last Sunday night, he went 90 minutes in a 4-0 loss to Viborg, twice hitting the woodwork.

If Randers wants to add Adu, it will have to strike a deal with Benfica to either fashion a new loan or pay a transfer fee. There is also the possibility that the Portuguese club could release Adu from his contract allowing him to immediately move to Denmark as a free transfer, but Benfica has said in the past it wants to try to recoup some of the millions it spent acquiring Adu.


Robert Wagman is SoccerTimes senior correspondent.

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