On loan from AS Roma, Bryan Reynolds suffered an injury Saturday evening during Westerlo’s 1-0 win against Cercle Brugge.
The Belgian Pro League has returned to action to start the second half of the season, and both Bryan Reynolds and Mark McKenzie got the nod in their teams’ respective starting lineups, but dropped points in their final outings of 2022.
The hits just keep on coming for the U.S. men’s national team in the injury department as Sam Vines is the latest player to see his chances of making the World Cup roster disappear with a broken leg.
Owen Otasowie got the start for Club Brugge as they shared the points with Zulte-Waregem while Sam Vines and Royal Antwerp claimed another win over the weekend.
Kyle Duncan will return to the other side of the Atlantic for the rest of the year as it was announced on Friday that he will join the New York Red Bulls on loan from Belgian Pro League side K.V. Oostende.
Owen Otasowie finally made his competitive debut for Brugge on Sunday evening, starting and playing just short of an hour in the team’s defense as they narrowly won their first trophy of the new season.
AS Roma’s Bryan Reynolds has returned to Belgium but this time with a new team, after joining Westerlo on a season-long loan.
After making the big move last February from FC Dallas to legendary Serie A team AS Roma, Fort Worth native Bryan Reynolds joined up with KV Kortrijk of the Belgian Pro League last month.
Only two Americans were in the starting lineups over the weekend as Bryan Reynolds and Kortrijk lost again, while Mark McKenzie and Genk took all the points at home.
Former New York Red Bull, Kyle Duncan, had a dream to play in Europe. As a teenager, he signed on with Valenciennes in France’s Ligue 2 and spent two seasons there, starting off with the reserves before being promoted to the first team.