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Post #61
Tuesday December 29, 2015 11:34pm

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lol at Chandler being the lone #4.

6-Born and raise in the USA, identify as 'other country', USA is only thought of if you are not good enough for 'other country'

6-Rossi

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Post #62
Wednesday December 30, 2015 2:33pm

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Original post from cleancutimage

lol at Chandler being the lone #4.

6-Born and raise in the USA, identify as 'other country', USA is only thought of if you are not good enough for 'other country'

6-Rossi


lol (but not really) at Rossi.

This was just for those born outside of the USA. There are more that were born here that are dual nationals. Miazga for instance.
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Post #63
Wednesday December 30, 2015 3:11pm

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i'm still shocked that int he last couple actually maybe 10 years there's only been one naturalized player for the USMNT

and like 2032323 for Mexico.

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Post #64
Wednesday December 30, 2015 6:19pm

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Also a main reason why the German Americans stayed in the German system is because USSF sucks ass at the youth level. For awhile the U17 team was pretty much only taking people who went to bradenton. Well guess what. If your whole family and friends all live in Germany, and a German soccer team has been giving you opportunities for the past 4-6 years, would you pack up everything and move to middle of nowhere Florida USA? If USSF and Richie Williams were more open about who theyd bring into camps this wouldnt be an issue. They tried to force prospects to come line at Bradenton so they could push Bradenton as a success and a necessity to the USSF structure that they threw away the chance of a lot of good youth players

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Post #65
Thursday December 31, 2015 10:37pm

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Original post from admsghs27

Omar Gonzales is 100xs more American than those German's will ever be. He was born and raised here they weren't. I mean they can't even speak English well what a joke.


Andrea Pirlo's English is 100x's better than yours and he has only been here several months.

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