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By CAITLIN MURRAY
In just their fourth signing, Indy Eleven are bringing in an international veteran to serve as anchor for their as-yet-undetermined back line.
The new Indiana-based NASL club has signed Honduran defender Erick Norales, who is coming off of recent club stints in Honduras and China. He represented the Honduran national team for 30 caps, including during 2010 World Cup qualifiers.
“Our international player signings are limited, and we have to make sure we get these decisions right,” said Indy Eleven President Peter Wilt Tuesday in a statement announcing the signing. “With Erick’s tremendous ability and his commitment to build Indy Eleven into a championship-caliber club, we know we made a valuable addition by bringing him on board.”
Offically, Norales becomes the fourth player on the Indy Eleven roster, joining fellow defender Baba Omosegbon and goalkeepers Kristian Nicht and Nathan Sprenkel.
Indy Eleven were founded earlier this year and will enter their first preseason in February 2014.
What do you think of Indy Eleven’s roster-building so far? Do you think Erick Norales is a good signing for the team? Are you looking forward to Indy Eleven’s first season next year?
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and my comment on the 2 keepers was serious?
Good thing they only need eleven players.
Seven more to go 🙂
actually 8 – two of the 4 are keepers
Call it a hunch, but I think that was a joke.