Seattle Sounders forward Jordan Morris has had a challenging year but it could end on a high if he returns to full fitness. He began the year with a loan move to English Championship outfit Swansea City on loan from Seattle Sounders in the MLS (Major League Soccer).


Swansea City signed theAmerican attacker to boost their bid for promotion to the Premier League last season. The 26-year-old Seattle Sounders player then tore the anterior cruciate ligaments (ACL) in his left knee during the Championship game with Huddersfield Town in what was an unfortunate situation. Continue reading “MORRIS NEARING SECOND ACL COMEBACK”


Swansea City player Jordan Morris will definitely miss the rest of the season after he tore the anterior cruciate ligaments (ACL) in his left leg at the weekend three years after he suffered a similar injury on his right leg. American player Jordan Morris is currently on loan at Swansea City from Seattle Sounders in the MLS. Jordan Morris ruptured the ACL in his right leg three years ago during a match in the colours of Seattle Sounders in the MLS. The situation is very unfortunate for the American attacker, who was loaned to Swansea City by Seattle Sounders for the rest of this season last month. He suffered the serious injury during the 4-1 loss to Huddersfield Town at the weekend as Welsh team Swansea City saw their Premier League promotion bid take a big hit. The injury to Seattle Sounders loanee Jordan Morris overshadowed the defeat at the hands of the Terriers.


Brian Schmetzer Disappointed with Home Defeat against Kansas City

Seattle Sounders manager Brian Schmetzer has admitted that his team cannot afford to lose three goals at home and still think about winning the match. His comments come after the 3-2 defeat against Sporting Kansas City on Sunday. Seattle had already been receiving plenty of setbacks in their efforts to challenge Los Angeles FC at the top of the Western Conference table. However, the game at CenturyLink Field witnessed Seattle Sounders end up losing for the second consecutive game.

The loss against Kansas City Wizards is in the second defeat in three games for Seattle, who have now dropped to 4th in the table with Minnesota United and San Jose Earthquakes ahead. The pressure from LA Galaxy is also turning on with the club just one point behind. Seattle received a double setback after just 33 minutes following a brace from Felipe Gutierrez. Even though Jordan Morris was able to pull one back just before half-time, Erik Hurtado’s goal in the second half made the game safe for Kansas City and rendered the second goal from Morris has only a consolation. The Seattle team has to recover quickly before they face New England Revolution once again at home next weekend.
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