Brandon Servania Goes On Loan


Image: SKN St. Polten's Twitter


Austrian club, SKN St. Polten has announced that it has acquired FC Dallas midfielder, Brandon Servania on loan until the end of the season. Servania and fellow Dallas teammate Edwin Cerrillo had gone to SKN St. Polten for a short trial after an offseason training stint with Germany's Bayern Munich. Servania's play during the trial has since earned him a loan.


Buzz Carrick of 3rd Degree.Net has posted this quote by SKN St. Polten's Sporting Director George Zellhofer, "I am very pleased that with Taylor and Brandon we have two talents on board for the next few months, whose qualities we have been able to convince ourselves of over the last few days. Both players have a good understanding of the game and a lot of creativity on the offensive, which will certainly help us with the tasks ahead in the coming months." (https://3rddegree.net/brandon-servania-heads-to-skn-st-polten-on-loan)



Image: Jerome Miron- USA TODAY Sports


Brandon Servania began playing key minutes for FC Dallas towards the end of the 2019 season. He played primarily as a central midfielder and during the regular season had 2 goals and 3 assists in 18 games. Unfortunately due to an injury and congested midfield, Servania only played 12 games in 2020 and did not register a goal or assist.


According to ESPN, SKN St. Polten currently sit in 8th place in the Austrian Bundesliga. Positions 7-12 will have regulation playoffs, whereas 1-6 will have championship playoffs. (https://www.espn.com/soccer/table/_/league/aut.1)


Wikipedia has the end date for the Austrian Bundesliga as May 23rd, leaving Servania and SKN St. Polten with some time to move out of the regulation playoff zone. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2020%E2%80%9321_Austrian_Football_Bundesliga)

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