Wednesday, July 05, 2006

World Cup goalie going to FC Dallas

Shaka Hislop, the starting goalkeeper for Trinidad & Tobago in the 2006 World Cup, has signed with FC Dallas.

Hislop was the hero against Sweden when T&T tied them 0-0. He also held England scoreless for 83 minutes.

Hislop's last job was with West Ham United in the EPL.

This move will happen during the transfer window, which starts on July 15th. For FCD, they have a couple good keepers, but they could still use help (I feel I was typing the same thing last year at this time). Hislop was the first hero of the World Cup, and if he can bring that style of play, Dallas will be dangerous during the second half of the season.

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4 Comments:

Anonymous Susan said...

Good news for the MLS. Hislop was certainly one of my favorites. I hope he has a bad game against the Fire, though. ;)

5:07 PM  
Blogger Josiah said...

Hey Mike, the WordCup is going great dont you think?

Congrats to France who will play the Italian Stallions in Berlin June 09th !

I have a blog of my own call

www.the-soccer-locker.blogspot.com

Mike I was wondering if you wanted to swap links?

8:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi,

Hislop still have so much to give football. Dallas made a good move by bringing him, I think Hislop also want a change becoz he had spent his all season in England.

5:23 AM  
Anonymous J. Michael said...

Good news. I am delighted that a keeper of his class will be minding the nets in MLS.

3:09 PM  

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