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Talent Train from Georgia Weekly Recap: 9/15-9/20

Andy Marlin-USA TODAY Sports

Welcome back to our weekly recap on Georgia born and bred players across the world. We saw typical league play this past week including some CONCACAF Champions League but none of our players featured in that competition. See how they all did below. The NWSL as well as the USL regular season has come to a close and will be omitted unless there are any updates in player status.

MLS

  • Warren Creavalle (Philadelphia Union): Creavalle was an unused substitute in the 2-0 win over 9th place in the Western Conference, Houston Dynamo. Philadelphia remain in 9th place in the Eastern Conference. Full Highlights
  • Walker Zimmerman (FC Dallas): Zimmerman played 90 minutes and notched 1 shot in the 3-1 loss to 5th place in the Western Conference, Sporting Kansas City on Friday. Zimmerman played as the right center back in a back five. Dallas move up to 2nd place in the Western Conference. Full Highlights
  • Chris Klute (Columbus Crew): Klute played 76 minutes in the 2-1 win over 4th place in the Eastern Conference, DC United, and made way for Héctor Jiménez in the second half. Klute gave up a penalty by handling the ball his own box in the 67th minute resulting in DC's only goal. Columbus move up to 2nd place in the Eastern Conference. Full Highlights
  • Sam Cronin (Colorado Rapids): Cronin played 87 minutes in the 3-1 loss to 5th place in the Eastern Conference, Toronto FC. Cronin made 3 key passes on the night. Colorado remain in 10th place in the Western Conference. Full Highlights
  • Ricardo Clark (Houston Dynamo): Clark played 90 minutes in the 2-0 loss to Philadelphia Union. Clark had two shots, both were off target.
  • Kwadwo Poku (NYCFC): On Wednesday, NYCFC played Toronto FC and won 2-0. Poku replaced Frank Lampard in the 68th minute and had 1 shot on goal. Full Highlights
  • Joe Bendik (Toronto FC): Bendik did not feature in Wednesday's lost to NYCFC nor the 3-1 win over Colorado Rapids.
  • Alec Kann (Chicago Fire): Kann returned to Chicago from being loaned out to St. Louis FC in the USL. Kann did not come off the bench in the 1-0 loss to Orlando City SC. Full Highlights
  • Jack McInerney (Columbus Crew): McInerney did not make the 18 in the 2-1 win over DC United.
  • Sean Johnson (Chicago Fire): Johnson did not feature in the 1-0 loss to 7th place in the Eastern Conference, Orlando City SC. Chicago remain in 10th place in the Eastern Conference. Full Highlights
Europe
  • Brendan Moore (Fleetwood Town): Moore did not make the team in the 2-1 loss Wigan in League 1. Match Report
  • Duane Holmes (Huddersfield Town): Huddersfield's U-21 side have not seen action since early this month. They resume play on September 24.
NASL/USL
  • Jimmy Maurer (New York Cosmos): Maurer played 90 minutes and notched the shutout in Saturday's scoreless draw with 2nd place, Minnesota United FC. Maurer made 4 saves. New York remain in 3rd place. Highlights
  • Blake Wagner (Carolina RailHawks): Wagner played 80 minutes in the 2-1 loss to 5th place Atlanta Silverbacks. Wagner had 1 shot on goal. Carolina remain in 9th place. Full Highlights
  • Tyler Ruthven (Arizona United): Ruthven wrapped up the season playing 90 minutes in the 0-0 draw with Sacramento Republic FC. Arizona finished the season in 10th place in the Western Conference. Stats