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More than a few links for Thursday
   June 5, 2014 (12:47 AM) by Matt Benson     Email This Post Email This Post
 

Hey everyone, check out our 2013-14 OT XI in the event that you haven’t yet.

And in the event that you have missed any of the first five episodes of ESPN’s Inside: U.S. Soccer’s March to Brazil, here are those episodes for your viewing pleasure.  I will update that page with the remaining episodes as soon as I can find them online after they appear on TV.

Don’t forget to join our league on MLS’s Brazil Bracket Challenge.

Jurgen Klinsmann was a popular man on the internet yesterday.  He was featured by The New York Times, The New Yorker and The Wall Street Journal.

US Soccer put up some field-level highlights from the Azerbaijan game.

SI has a cool little profile page for each of the 23 players on the US roster.

The US team looks like they got some cool luggage before heading down to Brazil.

According to Infostrada Live, the US’s average age is 27 years and 296 days old, the 14th oldest among the 32 teams.  So pretty much middle of the pack.  And Julian Green looks to be the third youngest of any of the player on a World Cup roster.

Think you can create a better World Cup jersey than Nike or Adidas, well here is the 92-page FIFA regulations on the jerseys.  Good luck with that.

Here are the projected points for Group G using the various ranking systems out there on the interwebs courtesy of Alex/@tempofreesoccer.

Cristiano Ronaldo returned to training on Tuesday although he is still having tendinosis issues.

Moving away from the World Cup, Bob Bradley spoke to Slate’s Hang Up and Listen podcast about his time with Egypt’s national team.  He also talked about his son’s career and thought Michael would have been a good fit at Arsenal.  This is really the first time that I have seen him speak out loud about his son like this, so it was interesting.

I posted earlier this week about Herculez Gomez moving on to Tigres and it looks to be a loan deal.

Greg Seltzer told us earlier this week that Red Bull Salzburg are interested in Terrence Boyd.  You can now add “top two flights in England and Germany” into the mix.

Tijuana continue their raid of Southern California, this time signing Anthony Rodriguez.  Pete Carroll and Ed Orgeron are impressed with this domination of SoCal recruiting.

Brian Sciaretta caught up with Andrija Novakovich to talk about skipping college for a deal with Reading in England.

In case you missed ESPN’s E:60 piece on Qatar, you should probably check it out.

And ending on a lighter note, this Allstate commercial is pretty funny.

 
Categories: Andrija Novakovich, Anthony Rodriguez, Bob Bradley, Herculez Gomez, Julian Green, Michael Bradley, Terrence Boyd, US Men's National Team
 

2 Responses to “More than a few links for Thursday”

  1. daniil says:

    The subject of my senior research project was migrant workers in Arabian countries and my major for college is middle eastern studies. This issue is not new, but the attention it is getting is. In this instance, soccer is having a positive impact. Unfortunately, fifa is a good microcosm for the UN and other world governments: as long as qatar throws oil/money at them, they get a pass on slavery. One of the reasons I love soccer is that it really does accurately represent the world and humanity in a lot of ways.

  2. Gregory says:

    @daniil

    I have lived in Qatar, something we don’t understand is that bribing is normal.

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