|What should Stuart Holden do?|
|by Ridge Mahoney, Friday, Dec 18, 2009 12:48 AM ET|
If he goes for the money, Stuart Holden is already headed for Europe even if he hasn't signed a deal.
Holden might be short on time to establish himself as a bonafide EPL starter, which is what he would need to get sharp enough to hit the final World Cup training camp in top shape.
Kinnear can probably cover for Holden by moving Brad Davis into the middle and giving Corey Ashe first shot to start at left mid, yet Kinnear must also begin grooming a replacement for rightie Brian Mullan, who finished the regular season fairly well after an indifferent campaign and regressed somewhat in the playoffs.
Kinnear has already stated he may move second-year sensation Geoff Cameron from the back line to his regular position of midfield, and a trident of Holden and Cameron and Davis would give Houston perhaps the best triumvirate in MLS.
Friday, December 18, 2009
Ridge Mahoney in MLS Confidential wrote this on Stuart Holden. The Houston Dynamo midfielder looked to be seriously considering moving to Europe to enhance his footballing future after brilliant performances in the season just past.
All shall be revealed come January. Right now, Holden is enjoying his free off-season time doing charity work and helping the community as can be seen with his "Bowling with Stu" interview on Fox 26.
A talented player who will not look out of place in Europe's top leagues. Look for Stuart Holden to make an impact in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
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