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Vangjel Zguro named to USL League One Team of the Week for Week 10

By Chattanooga Red Wolves SC, 06/04/19, 3:00PM EDT

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Chattanooga Red Wolves SC defender Vangjel Zguro has been named to the USL League One Team of the Week for Week 10 of the league’s inaugural 2019 season.

The Albanian defender notched both assists, had four key passes overall and recorded four tackles and nine recoveries in the team's 2-2 draw with Toronto FC II at David Stanton Field on Saturday. 

Both assists came off of corners that were sent in by Zguro. The first assist came in the 38th minute when Conor Doyle headed home a Zguro cross to give the Red Wolves the lead. Then, in the 84th minute, Colin Falvey was the recipient of Zguro's cross, heading home the game-tying goal. 

Zguro's four assists this season puts him first on the team and ties him for first place in League One.

Zguro will be back in action with the team this Saturday, as the Red Wolves travel to Statesboro, Georgia to face South Georgia Tormenta FC at Erk Russell Park. Kickoff is set for 8:00 p.m., and the match will be available on ESPN+. 

USL League One Team of the Week

GK – Dallas Jaye, Greenville Triumph SC: Jaye had a standout five-save shutout as Greenville earned a point against South Georgia Tormenta FC.

D – Terique Mohammed, Toronto FC II: Mohammed had two strong outings as he recorded eight interceptions, 12 recoveries and won 20 of 29 duels while also scoring the game-winner against North Texas SC last Wednesday evening.

D – Vangjel Zguro, Chattanooga Red Wolves SC: Zguro notched both assists, had four key passes overall and recorded four tackles and nine recoveries in the Red Wolves’ 2-2 draw with Toronto on Saturday.

D – Grant Stoneman, Lansing Ignite SC: Stoneman had one assist and two key passes, completed 28 of 39 passes and made four interceptions and three recoveries as Lansing won on the road against Forward Madison FC.

M – Andrew Wheeler-Omiunu, FC Tucson: Wheeler-Omiumu had a solid two-way game that saw him complete 40 of 48 passes and record seven recoveries and also found the net in Tucson’s 2-2 draw with Orlando City B.

M – Rafael, Orlando City B: The Brazilian scored a spectacular opening goal and also completed 26 of 32 passes and made three recoveries as OCB took its first road point of the season against FC Tucson.

M – Dante Sealy, North Texas SC: Sealy recorded one goal and two assists over two outings for NTSC, including featuring prominently in the club’s 3-0 victory on Saturday night against the Richmond Kickers.

M – Luca Petrasso, Toronto FC II: Petrasso was dangerous in the final third over both of TFC II’s contests during the week with one assist, four key passes and nine completed dribbles, and he also completed 50 of 61 passes overall.

F – Nick Moon, Lansing Ignite FC: The Wisconsin native returned to his home state and scored the only goal as Lansing took victory against Forward Madison FC while also recording two key passes and winning 10 of 19 duels.

F – Jacob Shaffelburg, Toronto FC II: Shaffelburg led TFC II to a four-point week over its two contests with one goal, two assists and three key passes, and he also recorded eight recoveries and completed 32 of 47 passes overall.

F – Ricardo Pepi, North Texas SC: Pepi scored in both of North Texas’ outings to move to a league-high seven goals on the season, while also completing 37 of 47 passes overall and recording six recoveries.

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