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A couple links before the weekend
   February 13, 2015 (1:10 AM) by Matt Benson
 

A little bit of this and that before the weekend.

Roderick has you covered with the midweek edition of The OT Report.

Howie made a funny about Freddy Adu.

The USMNT fell four spots to #31 in the latest FIFA rankings.

The US will host CONCACAF qualifying for the 2016 Olympics.  It will take place October 1-13, although the host cities are unknown at this time.  The top two teams qualify for the Olympics while the third place team will face Colombia in March of 2016 for a spot.  The FIFA international window in October is between 5-13, so getting releases for some of the “better” players could happen for the second half of the tournament.

Wil Trapp talked to Andrew King about his experience at this past month’s USMNT camp.

It looks like Seb Hines is headed to Orlando City on loan.

Brad Guzan wrote some words for The Players’ Tribune about life as a Premier League goalkeeper.

LA Galaxy midfielder Juninho would be interested in playing for the US, but he would have to wait a few more years to apply for citizenship since he just got his green card in July of 2013.  So basically it would be a while.

The Irish Times has a story up about Ireland likely missing out on Shane O’Neill.

Continuing to come back from his ankle injury from last season, Zarek Valentin went 90 minutes in a preseason friendly this week.

Brian Sciaretta spoke to Nermin Crnkic, Danijal Brkovic, Cesar Romero and Jemal Johnson about playing in various leagues throughout Eastern Europe.

And finally, if you are a US Soccer twitter hipster, you are probably aware of @RobUsry.  He makes a lot of fun videos of US players and his latest is on new Borussia Dortmund youngster Christian Pulisic.

 
Categories: Brad Guzan, Cesar Romero, Christian Pulisic, Danijal Brkovic, Freddy Adu, Juninho, Nermin Crnkic, Seb Hines, Shane O'Neill, US Men's National Team, US U-23 National Team, Wil Trapp, Zarek Valentin
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