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etm512
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Jozy scored again this weekend. 16 league goals now I believe





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cwil177
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Did you see the goal? he never gets shots from there with the USMNT. Our midfield distribution is so bad.





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etm512
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Yes and yes. I couldnt link it here because I found it through twitter on my phone.





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225bred
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Did you see the goal? he never gets shots from there with the USMNT. Our midfield lineup choices are so bad.

FIFY






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Atom-Z
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Jozy scores at 2:40





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NolaUSA
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Tony Taylor, Esoril (portugal), needs another shot at USMNT. Great with the ball and off the ball. Speedy, and a fantastic shot.





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cwil177
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You have highlights? I've never seen him play.

Jermaine Jones scored an away goal in the CL tie against Galatasaray.
LINK
Beautiful finish.






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tigerpimpbot
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Solid run and he put it home nicely on that sloppy pitch.





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Tweezy
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Black germerican update: Tim chandler had another game tying assist today and jermaine jones seems to have found some semblance of form as he adds an assist to go along with his Wednesday champions league goal.





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loweralabamatrojan
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Beautiful finish.

It was, while you're Istan-bulshittin'.






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rdw1690
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Boyd scores his 10th of the season today. Here's the video LINK





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cwil177
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Thanks for posting. Sometimes Boyd highlights can be hard to come by.





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rdw1690
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It's not a spectacular goal but he is one of the favorite young players in our pool so I get pretty pumped whenever he scores.





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cwil177
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Ditto. I always watch highlights when they get posted here.





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wm72
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Micheal Bradley played today and had a clutch chipped assist for the decisive goal as Roma beat Atalanta 3-2 in near blizzard conditions in Piedmonte.

youtube Atalanta v ASRoma highlights


Bradley started today as De Rossi was serving a match ban for yellow accumulation.


In general, Zeman being replaced as manager by Andreazzoli will probably mean less starts for Bradley. Seems he'll still get a lot of minutes but will probably be more the "vice De Rossi" many thought when he signed this season as well as being subbed on for an extra defensive minded mid.



Andreazzoli (who's been a long time Roma assistant since the Spalletti days but has never managed) has used a 3-4-1-2 in both matches where he had Totti available at trequartista and 3-4-2-1 today without Totti. So needless to say, there's a midfield spot less than in Zeman's 4-3-3.


Bradley has spelled DDR in the middle beside Pjanic who Andreazzoli has moved back into more of a DLP role.




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joey barton
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Excellent header. Reminded me of this:

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wm72
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Excellent header.


Yeah, so difficult to direct it to the opposite top corner against both the momentum of the ball and body.



It was Vasilis Torosidis who scored that one today for Roma. Roma tried to buy him this summer but the deal never went through until this winter. I knew he was pretty good from watching him with the Greek national team but he's been a lot better than I'd hoped in his first three matches.

Was really happy to see Bradley get an important assist for his confidence as he's not had the best run of form in the attacking third.







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USAjurgen2011
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No one is going to know who that is. I only know him bc he played at a Florida high school. I am not completely against him getting a tryout (call-up) from USMNT. If you are going to post something saying he should be called up to US senior team, give us a link to highlights or something. Very fast legs from what I remember.

(Estoril recently got promoted to the Portuguse 1st league)






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NolaUSA
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LINK

LINK

Highlights with USMNT U-20 and U-23

Great left foot shown and YES very speedy player!!






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thenry712
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Edgar Castillo scored in the Copa Libertadores for Xolos tonight



Klinsmann should call up Corona again, and leave him on the bench. That's always fun. If he does play, he has to play on the wing. He's an attack center mid, and the wing is where all great center mids go to succeed under OLASJK.


ETA: Castillo with one tonight, and Corona just scored one. Misread tweet from Sciaretta



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