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Vincent Nogueira

Midfielder     Philadelphia Union  MLS


France

Birthdate:  January 1, 2000    Nationality:  France    
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August 22, 2015    Vincent Nogueira News

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Nogueira (quad) is available off the bench for Saturday's game in Montreal.

Nogueira has missed the past month of MLS play with a quad injury but apparently is ready to contribute in a limited role off the bench Saturday. However, he's already made 16 starts this season and should jump back into the starting XI in a matter of weeks once he's ready for 90 minutes.

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July 29, 2015

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Nogueira pulled his quad and will miss the next three weeks, Dave Zeitlin of MLSsoccer.com reports.

Nogueira will likely give way to Erick Ayuk since Ayuk has performed for Nogueira in the past when he was unavailable. The ailing Nogueira noted that he'll miss at least three weeks which leaves open the possibility that he'll actually be sidelined longer.

March 31, 2014

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Nogueira notched his first tally of the season to open the scoring in Saturday's 1-1 draw with Montreal.

It was a miserable day in Philly, and the game was as ugly as the weather. The Frenchmen teamed up with a nice set up from Jack McInerney and Brian Carroll for his goal, but it is hard to take anything away from a game played in such rotten conditions.