Change is good and the Sounders are hoping that it happens to their squad. Iceland international Eidur Gudjohnsen has been on trial with Seattle and played in Sunday's reserve league match. He scored a cheeky goal in which he struck the ball from his right instep and passed it around his left heel and into the left corner of the goal. Gudjohnsen could add to the already potent Seattle strike force that the Sounders brass is looking to make even more explosive. He is 33 years old and his past teams include PSV Eindhoven, Bolton Wanderers, Chelsea, Barcelona, Monaco, Tottenham, Stoke City, Fulham, and most recently AEK Athens. Another European veteran, George Ogararu, is also on trial with the Sounders, who is also a friend of Mauro Rosales. Ogararu, a 32 year old Romanian, previously played for Steaua Bucharest, Ajax, and most recently FC Sion of Switzerland. A team can never have too many scoring options, but are the Sounders overdoing it? Personally, I would like to see Coach Sigi Schmid have his choice of offensive weapons from a large arsenal.