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Reports: Andrew Weber a Sounder again

After a stint down with Phoenix Wolves FC Andrew Weber seems to be headed back to Seattle.

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Two reports (AZ Kicks It - AZ Central) out of Arizona indicate that the former starting keeper for Phoenix Wolves FC is on his way to Seattle Sounders FC. Weber started the year as a veteran leader for the ambitious USL Pro team. He has 14 appearances in their 19 matches. The club is 3-10-6 and is shifting towards a much younger roster.

Sounders FC is without Josh Ford (DL) and Marcus Hahnemann (hamstring injury) for the next match at the least. They do still have pool keeper Doug Herrick around training, but could use another professional keeper. This is a move that makes sense.

It is also a move that if it comes true will not change the fortunes of the squad, nor limit their ability to make further moves in the transfer window. Weber was only slightly above minimum salary last season. Weber started three matches with Seattle, playing 225 minutes with the First Team. He has a career 1.56 Goals Against Average in MLS.

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