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Americans Abroad Midweek Preview: Cappis, Wingo, and more

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Christian Cappis and Brondby return home for Europa Conference League Qualifying this week, needing a positive second leg result to advance past Pogon Szczecin.

Brondby is 1-1-1 in its first three competitive matches of the new season, most recently losing 3-1 to Nordsjaelland in Superliagen action. Cappis logged 81 minutes in last week’s first leg in Poland, before playing a substitute role over the weekend. The 22-year-old remains a key piece in Brondby’s squad once again this season and could be relied on to start as the Danish club aims to keep its European hopes alive. Brondby will host Pogon Szczecin before a two-match road trip in league action against Silkeborg and FC Kobenhaven respectively.

Also in Europe, Sam Vines and Joe Efford will also be in Europa Conference League Qualifying action while Henry Wingo and Josh Cohen fight for advancement in Champions League Qualifying.

Here is a closer look at this week’s Americans Abroad:


Europe


UEFA Champions League Qualifying

Henry Wingo and Ferencvaros host Slovan Bratislava on Wednesday. Slovan Bratislava leads 2-1 on aggregate.

Josh Cohen and Maccabi Haifa host Olympiacos on Wednesday. Maccabi Haifa tied 1-1 on aggregate.

Romain Gall is OUT (Injury) for Malmo.

Europa Conference League Qualifying

Christian Cappis and Brondby visit Pogon Szczecin on Thursday. Brondby is tied 1-1 on aggregate.

Sam Vines and Royal Antwerp host Drita on Thursday. Royal Antwerp is tied 0-0 on aggregate.

Joe Efford and Motherwell host Sligo Rovers on Thursday. Sligo Rovers leads 1-0 on aggregate.


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  1. Anyone know why McKennie hasn’t a minute of playing time in ore-season? Is he injured? Is there a potential of him being sold?

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  2. Henry Wingo and Ferencvaros host Slovan Bratislava on Wednesday. Slovan Bratislava leads 2-1 on aggregate.

    I rooted for him as a Sounder, i guess i am glad to see him getting playing time, it wasn’t going to happen here in Seattle. And yet even I don’t care about him playing for Ferencvaros. There must be people who do, these posts are non stop. Bizarre, he is American, I must root for him?

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