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joey barton
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re: Does the US have any potential world class players being developed?


I don't think that the arrangement was ever made public, just a lot of speculation. That would be a reasonable assumption because she doesn't appear to have any parental rights unless she's flying to Madrid every weekend.

I'm sure that she signed an air-tight NDA.






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69sleuth
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re: Does the US have any potential world class players being developed?


she was a waitress, who he knocked up, and paid her off so now he has custody of the kid.





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Tiger n Austin
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re: Does the US have any potential world class players being developed?


My son is 18months old. Will be a future phenom





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WarSlamEagle
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re: Does the US have any potential world class players being developed?


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and try not to produce girls fellas, we are ok on the WNT.

Relevant Office quote...

Angela: What if it's a girl?

Dwight: Irrelevant question. Section 5A, child shall be male.

Angela: Hey. Uh-uh. I cannot control that. You can't put that in here.

Dwight: Yes you can.

Angela: No.

Dwight: It's as simple as keeping the womb extremely warm for two days after sex, and then extremely cold for five months.






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NOTORlOUSD
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re: Does the US have any potential world class players being developed?


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I say we just start banging Brazilian chicks.

So...who's taking one for the team?



Also, Shevchenko has three US-eligible sons..
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Shevchenko is married to American model Kristen Pazik...The couple have three sons: Jordan, born on 29 October 2004, Christian, born on 10 November 2006 and Alexander 2012.






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69sleuth
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re: Does the US have any potential world class players being developed?


is that Marta? Give me Morgan or Wambach, so they can switch to playing for Brazil





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svb
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re: Does the US have any potential world class players being developed?


A couple months ago (I believe it was), Lederman's contract/agreement was up with Barca (which I believe they have with every player) and so they evaluated him and renewed it so he will be staying at La Masia for the time being.

ETA: just thought I would add that to give a little update of his development



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69sleuth
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re: Does the US have any potential world class players being developed?


oh and Junior Flores signed a pre-contract with Dortmund.





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etm512
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re: Does the US have any potential world class players being developed?


I'm having triplets in October so there's that. Won't know the sexes until next week and how potentially FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCCCCCCKKKKED the world will be in 2034.





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69sleuth
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re: Does the US have any potential world class players being developed?


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etm512
make sure include lots of protein in their baby formula.

More things to make sure of
-that they are ambidextrous
-they hate Mexico
-they learn to dribble a soccer ball before 9 months
-they have large enough heads to put headers in the back of the net
-they style their hair like Stu Holden






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Pinetar
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re: Does the US have any potential world class players being developed?


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Patrick Mullins


playing with the Jesters for the summer then retunring to Maryland






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Wait For It...
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they learn to dribble a soccer ball before 9 months


Dribble before walk? Yea, my son did that






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ezride25
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I'm having triplets


Dude, I'm terrified for you... congrats though






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Dandy Lion
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Junior Flores
with a name like that, I´d be worried he jumps ship and plays with the beaners on the absolute level.

Junior.



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joey barton
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re: Does the US have any potential world class players being developed?


He's a salvadoreño.

Have been rumors of issues b/w him and the U17 national team coach, however.






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ezride25
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re: Does the US have any potential world class players being developed?


How does national team eligibility work anyway. Can you literally play for any nation who will have you until you are capped at the senior level?





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Dandy Lion
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He's a salvadoreño.
Don´t know what he´d do, knowing this.






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joey barton
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LINK





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itawambadog
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I'm having triplets in October so there's that. Won't know the sexes until next week and how potentially FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCCCCCCKKKKED the world will be in 2034.


8 more and you have a team.






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ezride25
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This is the part I was after if anyone else is interested.

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players must be able to demonstrate a "clear connection" to a country that they had not been born in but wished to represent. This ruling explicitly stated that, in such scenarios, the player must have at least one parent or grandparent who was born in that country, or the player must have been resident in that country for at least two years.[16]






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