Danny Karbassiyoon joined Arsenal in August 2003. His first taste first-team action came in a Carling Cup match against against Manchester City where he joined a list of players like Freddie Ljungberg, Samir Nasri, and Thomas Vermaelen to score in his debut match.
Danny Karbassiyoon is a busy man.
After hanging up his spikes, the former Arsenal player took up a new role as a scout for the Club. He now scours North America for the best young talent in hopes of finding Arsenal’s stars of tomorrow
Danny was recently in London, and took some time to talk to Arsenal.com about his job, the game, and Arsenal.
In part two of the interview Karbassiyoon discusses:
- the quality of Major League Soccer
- American players' aspirations
- Thierry Henry's impact in MLS
- comparing Henry to Beckham
- the performance of the U.S. team in South Africa
- the World Cup returning to America
- Arsenal's title chances
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