United's Salihi Named To Albania's World Cup Qualifying RosterAugust 28, 2012 - Major League Soccer (MLS) D.C. United
Salihi has been a regular for the Albanian National Team throughout his career. The striker has scored nine goals in 38 senior team matches. Earlier in the month, Salihi played the full 90 minutes for the Albanian side in a 0-0 tie with Moldova at Qemal Stafa Stadium in Albania.
Salihi, signed for his prowess around the net - scoring 53 goals in 90 total matches (all competitions) with his previous club, was signed by the Black-and-Red in February of 2012. So far this season, Salihi has scored five goals in 17 appearances.
The Black-and-Red striker will not miss any League matches and the departure dates are still to be determined.
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