Thursday, March 27, 2008

Premiership Players Involved in International Friendlies

Here's a quick list of some well-known Premiership players who contributed in the international friendlies yesterday. This list doesn't include, obviously, anyone in the England team as they all play in the Premiership anyway.

By country (club):

France: Nicolas Anelka (Chelsea)
Scotland: Kenny Miller (Derby County)
Croatia: Niko KranjĨar (Portsmouth)
Northern Ireland: David Healy, Chris Baird, Aaron Hughes (Fulham)
Wales: Jason Koumas (Wigan), Simon Davies (Fulham)
Turkey: Tuncay Sanli (Middlesbrough)
Ukraine: Andriy Shevchenko (Chelsea)
Finland: Jari Litmanen (Fulham)
Israel: Yossi Benayoun (Liverpool)
Norway: John Carew (Aston Villa)
Denmark: Nicklas Bendtner (Arsenal)
Ghana: Michael Essien (Chelsea)
United States: Tim Howard (Everton), Clint Dempsey, Eddie Johnson, Carlos Bocanegra (Fulham), Eddie Lewis (Derby County)

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Does the United States have a national team or have you bought into the British media mindset that the US is an amateur side?

MJ said...

Well, being that I've lived in the US my entire life and being that England couldn't even qualify for their own continental championship, I would say no, I've not bought into that mindset and yes, the US does have a national team and quite a good one in fact.

The 3-0 win in Poland was very impressive while England's performance in France was dismal, to say the least.

You're right though, I forgot to mention the US in my list.

Problem corrected.