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Discussion in 'Yanks Abroad' started by Friedel'sAccent, Jul 19, 2014.
Chandler deserves a thread refresh, so here we go.
Thread title is a winner.
I wish I could take credit for it, but that honor goes to @keller4president .
With the longish title it's understandable not all the letters got put in quite right:
That wasn't me--I just cut-and-pasted from the last one. Had to make sure everyone knew I don't make spellign mistakes.
Had his first training session today at Eintracht.
I never realized this before but it does seem like his left shoulder is lower than the right one.
I know one thing. I'm getting tired of him #taggingeverythingonfacebookugh!
Yanks Watch @yanks_watch 16m
Timothy Chandler started in his first friendly with new club Eintracht Frankfurt. Currently halftime. #USMNT
Edit: Just saw 1-0 Frankfurt in the 60th
Starting again vs. Wooten and Sandhausen
0-0 in the 20th
Not to be OT but Chandler has the best thread title in the YA forum IMO
Tied for first with Welcome Brek Potter.
and one neck bolt is lower than the other.
sounds like his throw in @ the 37th min led to Frankfurts goal
there's a video interview too on this page ^
Even though this was just a friendly, they viewed it as a big step in their development as a team. Talked about not giving up a goal to a Sandhausen team that, at least on paper, is supposed to be much stronger this year and is also about to begin their season.
The Twelfth Yank @twelfthyank 1h
Timmy Chandler came on in the 60' for Eintracht Frankfurt, who won 3-1 over Inter Milan. #USMNT
Timmy made an appearance in the "Crossbar Challenge" for the Bundesliga's YouTube channel.
Chandler was on the bench but didn't play in Eintracht Frankfurt's 2-0 Cup win over Viktoria Berlin.
Started and went the distance in Frankfurt's last preseason match. They won 7-0.
Courtesy: Eintracht Frankfurt Twitter
Tough to translate but here's a short piece on Chandler's prospects to start the season.
We are looking for another midfielder, who is supposed to be fast especially, basically a replacement for its lost to Bayern Munich Sebastian Rode. "Then the focus," says the manager, but do not exclude that could be retrofitted to a different position if the opportunity arises.
At first glance, this could apply to the court right in the back four. Timothy Chandler, taken as a successor to the Wolfsburg exchanged by Sebastian Jung, has not been found in the right track. And Aleksandar Ignjovski, which will probably be the first choice in the season opener against SC Freiburg at right-back, admits that he not really like to play, would rather prove a defensive midfielder. Coach Thomas Schaaf is confident that in Chandler, sooner or later, the node will burst. "I'm not worried, I believe in its quality," said Schaaf. The 24-year-old American national team had entered the training two weeks later, this would make to create it. Chandler had yet to catch up a little, a fundamental problem but there was not.