Miazga’s quick adjustment into Anderlecht’s starting lineup is yet another bit of good news for Gregg Berhalter ahead of the November camp. The competition among central defenders is actually really tight right now. Miazga, Erik Palmer-Brown, and Chris Richards have all made impressive strides.
Robinson is doing well for fulham. He is the new LB back for the US . Dest has locked that RB pos.
There was so much talk about what club Dest should have gone to – Barcelona or Bayern Munich. This was a tough loss, but Dest is in the right spot and will be part of a group that will attempt to build something new at Barcelona as Pique and Messi eventually move on sooner than later.
It would be tough if either player is relegated. Robinson is certainly playing like a Premier League-caliber fullback. If he continues to progress like he has been the past month, he’ll get offers from top-flight teams but it is also possible Fulham keeps him in an attempt to stay back up.
call up soto he may turn out to be a good or not....
Internationally, it is interesting. Chile is making an aggressive push for Soto and Soto said last week that it is “50-50.” Berhalter has also said this week that he would hate to loose Soto from the U.S. setup after Soto played well for the U.S. at the 2019 U-20 World Cup.
The United States is slated to take on Wales in November. With these goals, it seems likely that Soto will get called up. The striker position remains thin and in the upcoming camps, Berhalter needs to explore younger and newer options like Jeremy Ebobisse, Nicholas Gioacchini, Ayo Akinola, and Sebastian Soto as well.
dest is a barca type of player cuz of his dribbling ability and talent.
tylrt adams is a very important player for leizpig n for the US cuz he can dominate the midfield with his D...lets hope he can stay healthy...pulisic and adams have to stay healthy for the US if they want to make a run at the world cup 2022 trophy!
Reyna and Aaronson can fight for the #10 sport. Aaronson can be a stud. We will see him at salzburg this winter.. Dude can be like havertz. Reyna has great talent for a 17 yr old....hopefully he continues to grow
Underrated player is brooks. Dude is one of the best centerbacks in germany right now. He is in prime yrs now..Dude was a beast for the US in copa america 2016
Robinson is def a nEPL caliber fullback...HE is having a good season so far!
Morris is the new donovon. lets hipe he continues with his form!
So much talent. The US are ready to make a BIG jump in 2022. They are so hungry and arrogant esp Dest lol!
Darly is like a better verson of jozy...dude is big , fast and can dribble...he could make the euro based camp!
this euro based camp is gonna be really interesting and the most anticipated one in US soccer history...johnny(internacional) and that sweden born player will most likely be there. Ledzema will prolly be there too cuz he is now making PSV bench!...Its gonna be a battle!
konrad could be in the nov camp....he is making barca bench on a regular basis and is on the verge of making his debut?
another winger for the US.
Sabbi(odense), richards(bayern), konrad(barca), palmer(austriawien) and maybe otowaie(wolves) could all be in the nov camp .
johnny(internacioanl) and jens(sweden born) will most likely be there
berhalter has a shit load of talent( and theres more talent coming )..all hes got to do is put out his best starting 11 and build on chemistry. next yr the us will have a lot of games so he needs to get it done asap!
thats a shit load of talent there..No MLSers this time around.
ledezema, musah, otasowie(big upside) all have been promoted
richards and konrad have been promoted at well.
Pulisic, Musah, Adams, McKennie, Reyna, Dest highlight USMNT roster
The USMNT roster is out and youth is served. 24 players with an average age of under 22 years old. ASN's Brian Sciaretta breaks it all down for you
FORWARDS (8): Konrad de la Fuente (Barcelona/ESP; 0/0), Nicholas Gioacchini (Caen/FRA;
0/0), Christian Pulisic (Chelsea/ENG; 34/14), Uly Llanez (Heerenveen/NED; 1/1), Gio Reyna
(Borussia Dortmund/GER; 0/0), Josh Sargent (Werder Bremen/GER; 12/5), Sebastian SotoTelstar/NED; 0/0), Tim Weah (Lille/FRA; 8/1)