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A couple links for Tuesday morning
   September 17, 2013 (1:53 AM) by Matt Benson     Email This Post Email This Post

We already know about the US-Scotland friendly in November, but it looks like the second friendly will be against either Austria, Denmark or Northern Ireland according to Grant Wahl.  And Steven Goff is hearing that it is likely Austria.  It all depends on what happens with UEFA’s last couple games of qualification.

Jurgen Klinsmann plans on bringing a strong squad to the last two qualifiers despite already qualifying.

Bob Bradley and Egypt will face Ghana in a two-legged playoff in the last round of African qualification.  I suspect that Bob’s reaction was something like this (replace Newman with Ghana).

Kick TV has a look back at the US’s win over Mexico in Columbus.

Jozy Altidore updated his blog over at ESPN FC about the US qualifying for Brazil.

Steve Cherundolo may be hurt, but he still wants to play in Brazil next summer.

Greg Seltzer looks at some of the young players who could break through in Europe in the near future.

Brendan Wimberly introduces us to Dion Watson, a 19-year-old Dutch-American striker at Fortuna Sittard.

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2 Responses to “A couple links for Tuesday morning”

  1. Todd T says:

    Got to be rooting for BB…even if you didn’t like(which I do)…but now that it is Ghana. I hope they put the game on TV somewhere where we can see it.

  2. daniil says:

    I really like ghana, ghanaians are some of the nicest people, but definitely pulling for egypt. Getting to the world cup would mean so much for that country. this can be one of those moments that transcends sports. Go bob, go egypt!

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