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Alfredo Morales

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Skilled and versatile, Alfredo Morales possesses good control and poise for a player his age and is capable of being deployed either in defense or midfield. Possessing passports for the United States, Germany and Peru, he has played for the U.S. U-20 Men’s National Team and is age-eligible for the 2012 Olympic Games. A member of the Hertha Berlin reserves since 2008, he is beginning to get opportunities with the first team.

  • Called into the full National Team for the friendlies against France and Slovenia
  • Played for the U.S. U-20 MNT in 2008 and 2009
  • A consistent starter for the Hertha Berlin reserves, he made his first team debut in August of 2011
  • Started against Bayern Munich on Oct. 15
2011: Called into the friendlies against France and Slovenia in November … Under-20s: Played in three matches in the Cape Verde Tournament in 2008, appearing against Cape Verde, Northern Ireland and Portugal … Joined the U-20 camp in Sarasota, Fla., in 2009, held in conjunction with the Development Academy Spring Showcase ... First Appearance: None … First Goal: None.
2011: Started against Bayern Munich on Oct. 15 … Made his debut for the first team Aug. 13, a 2-2 draw at Hamburg … 2010-11: Started 26 matches for Hertha Berlin reserves, scoring four goals … 2009-10: Started 26 games, scoring three goals.
Born in Germany, his father is a native Peruvian and his mother German … Father served in the United States military and became a citizen … He and wife Nadia are expecting their first child in the spring.
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