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Diskerud named to K-League All-Star Team

Mix Diskerud has been named to the South Korea K-League All-Star Team after a strong campaign overseas.

The Manchester City loanee was one of 20 players named for the All-Star Game, which will take place on July 26th against reigning Serie A champion Juventus. Diskerud was named to the starting XI, and will now have an opportunity to face Cristiano Ronaldo and Co.

Diskerud has made 27 appearances in 2019 for Hyundai, scoring six goals and adding two assists. He also helped the club in the AFC Champions League, before their elimination against Urawa Reds in late June.

The 28-year-old has earned 38 caps with the U.S. Men’s National Team during his career, although he has yet to make a first-team appearance with Man City.

Diskerud’s positive impact at the club has seen his loan extended, while his current deal with Man City expires in summer of 2022.


  1. I wonder where his career would have gone had he not gone to NYCFC and then got unceremoniously pushed out for the likes of Lampard and Pirlo.

    I always rated him highly, though I think he was probably undone potential-wise by his own aloofness.

  2. good for him, i always thought he got messed around the last cycle. a guy who makes the 2014 world cup roster and has a few NT goals doesn’t suddenly suck. he is kind of a touch player with little defense but there are uses for a player with a very specific skill set.


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