Former SeaWolves Player Abdul Aman Says He's Leaving Options Open

Soccer star considering his next move after being cut from Seattle Sounders.

Last week, Edmonds Patch ran a story on striker Abdul Aman, who played for the North Sound SeaWolves last season and recently was selected by the in a supplement draft.
The SeaWolves FC reported on its Facebook page that Aman would be back with the SeaWolves in 2012. But Aman has contacted Edmonds Patch to say he has other options.

Aman wrote that he spoke to SeaWolves coach Alex Silva and said he has several plans in place. One of them includes going to Europe to try out for a soccer team there.

Aman, a 22-year-old native of Ethiopia, had three goals and one assist for the SeaWolves in 2011.

The Edmonds-based SeaWolves are a member of the Premier Development League, the highest level of amateur soccer in the United States. The club was based in Everett last year in its inaugural season.

on Feb. 18.


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