After seeing his return to the field for Norwich cut short over the weekend, Josh Sargent has likely avoided any severe problems, according to Canaries head coach Dean Smith.
Josh Sargent seems set to return to the Norwich squad for the weekend according to head coach Dean Smith, needing only to avoid any further setbacks in their final training session before Aston Villa.
Norwich attacker Josh Sargent is nearing a return from a recent ankle injury, however the Canaries head coach confirmed that Saturday’s game against Manchester United will be too soon.
The draw for the fifth round of the FA Cup was announced on Sunday, setting up the pairings for the final 16 teams left in the competition, including a tough visit by Josh Sargent and Norwich to seven-times winners Liverpool.
Chants of “USA! USA! USA!” could be heard around the stadium as Josh Sargent scored his first, and second goal of the Premier League while Christian Pulisic watched from the bench of Chelsea beat Spurs.
Just ahead of the final weekend of games before the international break, Yanks Abroad takes a look at some of the burning questions that are keeping us awake at night.
Let’s briefly turn our attention to three USA internationals who, for various reasons, did not join their teammates for the recently-completed World Cup qualifiers against Mexico and Jamaica.
It was a good weekend for Yanks in England as Zack Steffen earned his first start for City in the Premier League while Antonee Robinson and Duane Holmes added goals to their accounts.