Ins & Outs of the EFA Index

11 06 2010

To begin with Craig Short is out of the EFA Index as he left Ferencváros and became the new manager of Notts County. We would like to wish Craig all the best in the upcoming season and congratulate him on the 7th place finish he achieved with FTC in the Hungarian NB I last season.

Portsmouth youngster James Hurst has joined Matt Garner at Icelandic side ÍBV on loan. It is still unsure of the exact details of the loan, it is expect to be until the end of June but that isn’t confirmed. If anyone has any details please leave a comment below.

West Bromwich Albion has sent two English players from their academy on loan to Iceland for the summer. Striker Lateef Elford-Alliyu has joined Keflavik along with fellow Baggie, Welshman Kayleden Brown. While midfielder Sam Mantom links up with top flight new boys Haukar. All three will compete in Úrvalsdeild until later this month when they will return for a short break before the English season.

Unconfirmed reports also stated that Richard Offiong has return to Carlisle from his loan at Swedish side Östersunds FK after he received an injury that is set to keep him out for three months. Once again please leave a comment if anyone has any confirmations of this.

Ben Webster has left MyPa in Finland. The midfielder was yet to feature this campaign and appears to have been released. If anyone knows where he has gone to please let us know.

Tippeligaen in Norway has stopped for a month which means Ben Amos has made his last appearance for Molde. Amos played eight league games for Molde but lost his first team place in late May. The young goalkeeper will be returning to Manchester United to be the third choice goalkeeper at Old Trafford for the upcoming season.

Obviously with the World Cup beginning more leagues are going into a break. The Swedish Allsvenskan is already on hiatus and the American MLS goes on hold for the early stages. The Weekend and Midweek Roundups will continue throughout the competition but will be focusing on events in Finland, Iceland and Singapore.

Source: West Brom official website.

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