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Wednesday morning links
   October 23, 2013 (12:53 AM) by Matt Benson     Email This Post Email This Post
 

A few quick links.

Jurgen Klinsmann spoke to US Soccer’s website about finishing up the Hex.  He is not happy with the World Cup seeding process.  They also have a video with him.

Here are some field-level highlights of the US’s win over Panama.

Steven Goff is hearing that Jermaine Jones might be dipping his toe in to the MLS water this winter.

A day after playing Aston Villa this weekend, Tim Howard will be making his broadcasting debut and will be an analyst for NBCSN next to Arlo White for their coverage of Chelsea-Manchester City.

Conor O’Brien was named to the Danish Superliga Team of the Week.

Will Packwood put in another 90 minutes for Bristol Rovers in a 2-1 loss on Tuesday.

Timothy Chandler’s new manager at Nurnberg will be Gertjan Verbeek.  Can Verbeek work his magic like he did for Michael Bradley, Jozy Altidore and Aron Johnannsson?

Brian Span’s contract with Swedish side Djurgårdens has not been renewed.

The US U-20 team will hold a camp in Italy in November.  Get to know some of the players who will be involved in the 2015 U-20 World Cup cycle right here.

 
Categories: Brian Span, Conor O'Brien, Jermaine Jones, Tim Howard, Timothy Chandler, US Men's National Team, US U-20 National Team, Will Packwood
 

2 Responses to “Wednesday morning links”

  1. Ian says:

    I was reading some of the comments on the field level highlights and someone pointed out that Tejada gets a red card after the final whistle for attacking Bedoya and then he later pushes Kljestan too. Jump to 37:45 in this video. He’ll be in the upper right of the shot. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTELCy00o7c

  2. Trent Hill says:

    So apparently Diego Fagundez–the NE Revolution starlet–wants to play for us. But he may have to wait up to five years to get citizenship–and that’s assuming he keeps residency during that time.

    A news report out of Germany is also saying that Julian Green will get a call-up to our next camp.

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