John returns to FCD
There was speculation about whether John’s transfer would become permanent
after he withdrew from the U.S. national team’s camp in January to complete
the move to London.
But after featuring for the West Ham reserves without making a first-team
appearance for the Hammers, John will be returning to FC Dallas in time for
the club’s opening match of the season on March 11 against Red Bull New York.
“We’re very excited to have a player of George John’s caliber return to our
team,” said FC Dallas head coach Schellas Hyndman. “He has been one of our
most consistent players. Without question, FC Dallas is a better team with
George John. In speaking with George, he’s very excited to rejoin our team and
help FC Dallas compete for a return trip to MLS Cup.”
John, 24, started 31 regular season matches for the Hoops last season, netting
three goals with one assist.
“I’m glad I had this opportunity and experience, and I want to thank MLS, FC
Dallas and West Ham,” said John. “Right now I’m really looking forward to
getting back to Dallas. I’ve been in touch with Schellas and I’m ready to get
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