Philadelphians Abroad

Philly Abroad: A tough week

Photo: Courtesy of Harrisburg City Islanders

It was a tough week for locals in the pros.

23 local players made appearances in 15 pro games over the weekend. The record for those games? 4 wins, 10 losses, 1 draw.

Hopefully, next week will have some better results. Here’s a look at some of their performances.

Major League Soccer

Greg Cochrane, D, Chicago Fire — Played 90 minutes with an assist in Saturday’s loss to Real Salt Lake. League: 6 games

Bobby Convey, D/M, New York Red Bulls —Did not play in Sunday’s win over FC Dallas. League: 5 games

Dan Gargan, D, LA Galaxy — Played 90 minutes in Saturday’s loss to Colorado. League: 5 games

Antoine Hoppenot, F, Philadelphia Union — Came on in 87th minute in Saturday’s loss to Seattle. League: 8 games

David Horst, D, Houston Dynamo — Played 90 minutes in Saturday’s 4-1 win over Chivas. League: 7 games

Jeff Larentowicz, M, Chicago Fire — Played 90 minutes in Saturday’s loss to Real Salt Lake. League: 8 games

Steve Neumann, M/F, New England Revolution — Came on in 77th minute in Saturday’s win over Toronto FC.League: 4 games

Jeff Parke, D, DC United — Played 90 minutes in Saturday’s loss to Portland. League: 8 games

Zach Pfeffer, M, Philadelphia Union — Did not play in Saturday’s loss to Seattle. League: 0 games

Ryan Richter, D, Toronto FC — Did not play in Saturday’s loss to New England. League: 0 games

Billy Schuler, M/F, San Jose Earthquakes — Came on in 78th minute in Saturday’s loss to Vancouver. League: 1 game

Andrew Wenger, F, Philadelphia Union — Played 81 minutes in Saturday’s loss to Seattle. League: 9 games, 1 goal

NASL

Tony Donatelli, M, Ottawa Fury F.C. — Played 90 minutes in Saturday’s loss to Atlanta. League: 5 games

Hunter Gorskie, D, New York Cosmos – Did not play in Saturday’s loss to Carolina. League: 1 game

Jimmy Ockford, D, New York Cosmos — Did not play in Saturday’s loss to Carolina. League: 0 games

Jeremy Vuolo, GK, San Antonio Scorpions — Did not play in Saturday’s loss to Tampa. League: 0 games

USL Pro

Danny DiPrima, M, Harrisburg City Islanders — Played 10 minutes in Friday’s loss to Charleston. League: 1 game

Ryan Finley, F, Dayton Dutch Lions — Played 77 minutes in Sunday’s loss to Charleston. League: 2 games

Cristhian Hernandez, M, Harrisburg City Islanders — Did not play in Friday’s loss to Charleston. League: 3 games

Corey Hertzog, F, Orlando City — Played 14 minutes in Sunday’s win over OKC. League: 5 games

Morgan Langley, M/F, Harrisburg City Islanders — Played 60 minutes in Friday’s loss to Charleston League: 3 games

John McCarthy, GK, Rochester Rhinos — Did not play in Friday’s tie with Richmond but recorded a shutout in Saturday’s draw with Wilmington. League: 3 games

Jimmy McLaughlin, M, Harrisburg City Islanders — Played 30 minutes in Friday’s loss to Charleston. MLS: 0 games USL: 5 games

Jason Pelletier, M/F, Harrisburg City Islanders — Played 80 minutes in Friday’s loss to Charleston. League: 5 games

Garrett Pettis, F, Harrisburg City Islanders – Played 60 minutes in Fridays loss to Charleston. League: 3 games

Andrew Welker, F, Harrisburg City Islanders — Did not play in Friday’s loss to Charleston. League: 0 games

Jason Yeisley, F, Richmond Kickers — Played 3 minutes in Friday’s draw to Rochester. League: 1 game

Colin Zizzi, D, Harrisburg City Islanders — Played 90 minutes in Friday’s loss to Charleston. League: 3 games

Austrian Bundesliga

Eddie Gustafsson, GK, Red Bull Salzburg — Did not play in weekend win over SV Ried. League: 0 games

Finnish Veikkausliiga (Premier Division)

Alex DeJohn, D, TPS — Played 90 minutes in Saturday’s loss to RoPS. League: 2 games

German Bundesliga Süd/Südwest (U19)

Russell Canouse, M, Hoffenheim — Played 90 minutes in win over Greuter Furth. League: 21 games.

Norwegian Tippeligaen (Elite Division)

Zarek Valentin, D, FK Bodø/Glimt — Out for season with injury. League: 2 games

Swedish Superettan

Bobby Warshaw, M, GAIS — Came on in 69th minute in Monday’s loss to Syrianska FC. League: 3 games.

One Comment

  1. thelonelyswineherd says:

    I’m still pretty miffed we passed up Greg Cochrane for Okai and Anding, who both panned out so well.

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