The Red Bulls find a home away from Montclair, Feilhaber to Derby?

Red Bull’s Hanover Training Ground


I love the random shit-colored car to the right and at first, due to my errant lack of North Jersey knowledge and a U of Penn background, I could of sworn the Red Bulls were building their new training grounds in Hanover, NH. But alas, Hanover, NJ is a mere 25 minutes from the Harrison/Red Bull Park site and 35 minutes from Giants Stadium. Here is the press release…and a little blurb so you don’t have to go through the pain of actually clicking on a link.

Red Bull New York announced today that they will construct a permanent training facility in Hanover, NJ that will be the new home of the entire RBNY organization. The Red Bulls Training Grounds will include six soccer fields, a 50,000 square foot, two-story office building and a one-story field house. Construction is expected to begin this fall with an anticipated completion date of December 2008.

As far as Benny Feilhaber goes, some rumors are popping up regarding a permanent trip to Derby (slated to finish dead last in CHI’s Premiership Preview, although my opinions do not reflect those of Josh, Ryan, or Jeff). Would the move be a good choice? – especially considering the fact that HSV officials have said, time and again, that there will be NO loan deal?. He’s either staying or going. The transfer fee is apparently somewhere in the $3 million range and could be done as early as next week. It was Benny’s mini-ultimatum to HSV that attracted all this attention – during preseason, the Gold Cup hero made known his wish to either be a part of the first team or shipped somewhere else…


I think we’ll see other suitors join in before Derby County’s Rammie the Ram becomes Benny’s mascot.


Thanks to Emily: Here is a article from Germany that should make you smile. 


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