Sounders break camp in South Carolina with lingering health questions


The Sounders’ decision-makers have some health issues to contend with as they boarded a plane back to Seattle on Sunday and prepared the final roster cutdowns ahead of the season opener next weekend

The Sounders scrimmaged against the College of Charleston on Sunday morning before boarding a flight back to Seattle to prepare for next Saturday’s season opener in Houston.

And they carried some extra baggage with them. The team got some health answers concerning forward Clint Dempsey and goalkeeper Stefan Frei on this 11-day trip. But they also had more questions added with defender Brad Evans being unable to play the final games due to a calf problem that appears likely to sideline him next weekend.

If Evans can’t go, then Gustav Svensson, who played the full game here on Saturday, would slot in as the starting right back. Oneil Fisher…


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