October 16, 2009

Charlie Davies statement LINKS

Here's a message from the young forward's family. Courtesy of The Soccer Insider:
"The tremendous support the family has received is of great comfort and much appreciated at this difficult time. Our thoughts also go out to the families and friends of those involved in the accident. We would also like to thank all the staff at Washington Hospital Center in Washington D.C. and the staff at the United States Soccer Federation for all their tremendous efforts. Charlie is in a serious but stable condition and is resting after extensive surgery. If you would like to send any messages of support to Charlie we have set up an e-mail account at CharlieDavies9@yahoo.com. Thank you again and we will keep you informed when possible as Charlie continues his recovery."
Here's to a speedy recovery.

Now a whole mess o' links:
  • Kroenke increases Arsenal stake again. [BBC]
  • Coach must rebuild Costa Rica's spirits. [CBS News]
  • Redknapp: Spurs move could've ruined me. [CityAM]
  • Ecuador's coach is out after missing W.C.. [SI]
  • Ex-Italy coach slams Lippi for fan criticism. [TribalFootball]
  • Colombia coach out after missing W.C. [ColombiaReports]
  • Beckenbauer backs van Gaal. [SkySports]
  • Valenica finances still dire. [ESPN]
  • Toni could see some PT? [TSN]
  • River Plate guy caught doping. [FourFourTwo]
  • Backing for S. African coach Santana. [IOL.co.za]
  • MLS Portland bid in trouble. [SSE]
  • Blatter praises Russia's W.C. bid. [Yahoo!]
  • Guess who's a new daddy... [NoInvite]
  • English dude says Capello should drop Becks. [TeleText]
  • Mascot head goes missing. [Off the Post]
  • Ballack hits out at German fans. [Goal.com]
  • Belgium loses bout with Everton. [Daily Mail]

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