Red Bull New York announced today that it waived forward Salou Ibrahim. After joining the Red Bulls from Vejle Boldklub in Denmark last year on April 9, Ibrahim went on to play 19 games and start in eight matches, scoring three goals.


  1. Jason Says:

    What about Lassiter, Schneider, and the 3rd GK (Maurer/Horwath)? Have they been signed? A press release would be helpful. They’ve earned it. Thanks.

  2. david Says:

    very good news lbrahim does not fit with us hes to slow and does not score much

  3. richard Says:

    BRING JOZY BACKE!! or Arshavan or Inzaghi

  4. Ceez Says:

    BOUT TIME!! This move should’ve came before releasing Irving Garcia and Conor Chinn.

  5. bryan Says:

    i bet they were trying to sell him and found no one was interested in him so they had to just let him go…

  6. Tim F. Says:

    Any chance the Red Bulls vs. Columbus match will be shown in the parking lot of the Meadowlands Stadium so we can watch it before going in to see US vs. Argentina?

  7. Dario Says:

    We get a int. slot back.

  8. Starks Says:

    Adios Ibrahim…its like you were never here…the dude was not a good fit this team at all, not a good player.

  9. Rich Perusi Says:

    i think we’ve lost an aerial threat on offense. we don’t have JPA, while Salou at times was frustrating to watch for us, he was always a handful for defenders in the air, on set pieces etc.

    Henry really doesn’t add much in the air – and i haven’t seen Agudelo play enough to judge his heading ability. But late in games, looking for a goal, a 2nd option is always nice – now i don’t think we have that option.

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