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"deandre edlin" Discussed on ESPN FC

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05:08 min | Last week

"deandre edlin" Discussed on ESPN FC

"You know, be it, right? This is the team. The team's not changing after that. And we need to play our game, play with confidence. It's clear. This group for whatever reason at this moment in time is really tense and really tight. That's why when you mention the behind the back thing, I wonder if he's just trying to do stuff to keep to loosen the moves that maybe he knows that's a thing in this locker room that they make fun of him about or something like he just needs to do things like you said, would you say please flip and drinks in the hallway? Yeah. Come out with the miraculous and a feather boa. It might be that might be what he sees his role as right now is to be a guy. Okay, yes, tactically and line ups. I got to get that right, but I need to keep this group I need to lighten the mood right now because this group is tense. So I'm torn between two things on the tension. Playing in front of an empty stadium with Greg being relaxed himself. Surely that is a relaxing thing. There's only a handful of Americans in the stand and no opposition supporters. But a weird atmosphere, I don't know if we could help or hinder weird, maybe it hinders, but it shouldn't make you tight. And the other part of me says, well, wait, when they go to the World Cup, they'll have the eyes of the world on them, and actually because of the intensity of that moment and how hype they'll be, they'll be a better team immediately. I think they will be a much better side in terms of bringing aggression, bringing passion, the intangibles in that World Cup opener. Because it's here, you're there. The game is a foot. And but another part of me says, well, if they're tight now, what are they going to be like for the opening game? So I don't know which way to go with it. I tend to maybe this is the optimist in me. I tend to think the first thing that you said. That like this, this has been a long, like slag to get to this point. Yeah, it has. With lots of different lineup slog slog. That's right, slog. Different lineup changes, guys, hurt, in and out, you can even go back, this is an 8 year process, not just a four year one. And so they might just be done with this and just like ready for the real thing. Who I believe will start that opening game. Not turning up and being like a live wire. The important thing is to get the ball to him. That's the whole thing. I can't remember who tweeted I just consumed so much today. Forgive me, guys. But he said, whoever it was on Twitter was that he and pretty sure said that I long for the days where bob Bradley, even with a more limited squad, realized the most important thing was to get the ball to Dempsey and to Donovan. And that is key. It's to get the ball to those advanced players who can do what needs to happen. And if you starve them, it doesn't matter who you have at center forward. Roy no hanlon, who works for this parish, he tweeted, the striker spot is a real tough call for the U.S. men's national team. Do you want Jesus Ferreira who gets shots, but also misses some of them? Or all of the other strikers who never shoot. So that's him looking at the stats and saying that in terms of a center forward, a number 9 who shoots his Ferrer is the way to go. I don't know how we feel about that. I just generally kind of concerned in the fall off of because you could see a times in qualifying in another games and I know the opposition hasn't been of the highest quality, but you could see how difficult that front three for the U.S. are. Now, we're not operating at full tilt here. You know, there's no way. Pulisic only came in for this game, unlimited minutes for his club. So that gives me, I know we're going to get to the optimistic part of it. That gives me reason to believe that this will be better, come the big day. Before we get to the optimistic part, did you have any other, I mean, there are other concerns whether or not we need to go through all of them. It's up to you. I think a concern for me is that sky won't be on the plan and he should be. He came on today. He was there weren't many bright spots, but his cameo appearance was one. American improvement from Deandre edlin, but yelling gives you that experience of being at a tournament before albeit 8 years ago. Read into that, what you think does that matter? I'm not so sure. It's funny though, because yedlin is almost like the case study for why you remember, in 2014, there were people who saw him included on the squad and thought, huh? That's interesting. And then next thing you know, he's on against Belgium and he's locked down, Eden Hazard for a game. And it's like, oh, this guy, he got his chance, a young player got his chance and he made the most of it. And now could that could that be a guy like scally who didn't play a huge role in getting to this point, but now here we are and maybe it could be him. Aaron's passing from the center box is an order I've made. Even Mackenzie who came in was infected with this.

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"deandre edlin" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

05:08 min | Last week

"deandre edlin" Discussed on Caught Offside

"You know, be it, right? This is the team. The team's not changing after that. And we need to play our game, play with confidence. It's clear. This group for whatever reason at this moment in time is really tense and really tight. That's why when you mention the behind the back thing, I wonder if he's just trying to do stuff to keep to loosen the moves that maybe he knows that's a thing in this locker room that they make fun of him about or something like he just needs to do things like you said, would you say please flip and drinks in the hallway? Yeah. Come out with the miraculous and a feather boa. It might be that might be what he sees his role as right now is to be a guy. Okay, yes, tactically and line ups. I got to get that right, but I need to keep this group I need to lighten the mood right now because this group is tense. So I'm torn between two things on the tension. Playing in front of an empty stadium with Greg being relaxed himself. Surely that is a relaxing thing. There's only a handful of Americans in the stand and no opposition supporters. But a weird atmosphere, I don't know if we could help or hinder weird, maybe it hinders, but it shouldn't make you tight. And the other part of me says, well, wait, when they go to the World Cup, they'll have the eyes of the world on them, and actually because of the intensity of that moment and how hype they'll be, they'll be a better team immediately. I think they will be a much better side in terms of bringing aggression, bringing passion, the intangibles in that World Cup opener. Because it's here, you're there. The game is a foot. And but another part of me says, well, if they're tight now, what are they going to be like for the opening game? So I don't know which way to go with it. I tend to maybe this is the optimist in me. I tend to think the first thing that you said. That like this, this has been a long, like slag to get to this point. Yeah, it has. With lots of different lineup slog slog. That's right, slog. Different lineup changes, guys, hurt, in and out, you can even go back, this is an 8 year process, not just a four year one. And so they might just be done with this and just like ready for the real thing. Who I believe will start that opening game. Not turning up and being like a live wire. The important thing is to get the ball to him. That's the whole thing. I can't remember who tweeted I just consumed so much today. Forgive me, guys. But he said, whoever it was on Twitter was that he and pretty sure said that I long for the days where bob Bradley, even with a more limited squad, realized the most important thing was to get the ball to Dempsey and to Donovan. And that is key. It's to get the ball to those advanced players who can do what needs to happen. And if you starve them, it doesn't matter who you have at center forward. Roy no hanlon, who works for this parish, he tweeted, the striker spot is a real tough call for the U.S. men's national team. Do you want Jesus Ferreira who gets shots, but also misses some of them? Or all of the other strikers who never shoot. So that's him looking at the stats and saying that in terms of a center forward, a number 9 who shoots his Ferrer is the way to go. I don't know how we feel about that. I just generally kind of concerned in the fall off of because you could see a times in qualifying in another games and I know the opposition hasn't been of the highest quality, but you could see how difficult that front three for the U.S. are. Now, we're not operating at full tilt here. You know, there's no way. Pulisic only came in for this game, unlimited minutes for his club. So that gives me, I know we're going to get to the optimistic part of it. That gives me reason to believe that this will be better, come the big day. Before we get to the optimistic part, did you have any other, I mean, there are other concerns whether or not we need to go through all of them. It's up to you. I think a concern for me is that sky won't be on the plan and he should be. He came on today. He was there weren't many bright spots, but his cameo appearance was one. American improvement from Deandre edlin, but yelling gives you that experience of being at a tournament before albeit 8 years ago. Read into that, what you think does that matter? I'm not so sure. It's funny though, because yedlin is almost like the case study for why you remember, in 2014, there were people who saw him included on the squad and thought, huh? That's interesting. And then next thing you know, he's on against Belgium and he's locked down, Eden Hazard for a game. And it's like, oh, this guy, he got his chance, a young player got his chance and he made the most of it. And now could that could that be a guy like scally who didn't play a huge role in getting to this point, but now here we are and maybe it could be him. Aaron's passing from the center box is an order I've made. Even Mackenzie who came in was infected with this.

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"deandre edlin" Discussed on ESPN FC

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04:01 min | Last week

"deandre edlin" Discussed on ESPN FC

"In 2022, failed to do so in its last three. The U.S. scored a total of 18 goals this year. Okay. Ten of them were from open play, 8 of those were against Grenada and Panama, and 8 were from deadball situations. The United States JJ failed to score in its last three matches versus teams that are qualified for the 2022 World Cup, 7 games this year against teams qualified for the World Cup and they only score they only scored in one of the previous 6. That was the three zero win over Morocco. Right. This team is not scoring goals. And it was a problem during qualifying, and it's reared its head once again. Right. Can I bring you back to the midfield? And to our full backs. So today if you'll notice there was a lot of because of the high line that Saudi Arabia played, play that long diagonal to Deandre yedlin, who's going to give you the width. Now, Deandre edlin is not the starting fullback on this team in that position. How many times did that ball find the Andre yedlin in an advanced position in a good position, the cross never came? Or was caught back twice if I remember correctly. To western McKinney, who just took another thing is his horrifying touches and his inability to keep a hold of the ball in the last two games. And it petered out. Look at the midfield, something that came out of the Japanese game was a tweet about some of the stats that you're looking for from say like western McKinney about a midfielder. Passes attempted. Past completion, progressive passes, these are not good areas for him. If you look at Tyler Adams, better passes attempted 81 percentile, pass completion, 75% better. Progressive passes received not so good, but better. And Eunice Musa in that area progressive carries dribbles. Very good. So the midfield is not what we thought it was in terms of advancing that ball into that area. So you can have Gabriela batter stood up front. Jesus Ferreira today got a lot of flack. what combined 12 or 13 torches. Ricardo pepi, excuse me. 13 touches in roughly what was it 60 something minutes? My back. Yeah. It doesn't matter. He's not going to get no service. You could have had sergeant up there. You could play P fuck up there. There was no service. It wasn't happening. We weren't working the ball through the channels. In any coherent fashion and when we did, it was caught out or broke down. So that is the problem there. It's not just about the attack. It's about what servicing the attack. Of course, but that's part of when I say coherent attack. That's all of it. Wait, that's the whole thing. Yeah. I'm not just talking about a number 9. So I do think it improves. When we get certain key players back in, and we know they're there. Anthony Robinson Jedi. Absolutely. So those do things get those things can get better. But it was concerning because I looked at those stats that I read there about, you know, the ball progression. And things like that for atoms. And for McKinney, they should still be better at that. Or McKinney in particular. Yeah. Adams seems to have to do a lot of firefighting in a lot of work in recovery. Well, that's one of the things that you wonder when they actually have a full squad if they ever do, I mean, I don't know what that means, full squad, but you know, do they go with that double pivot with Adams and Musa both playing in kind of a deeper line role that allows maybe Adams doesn't have to do all that work by himself. Maybe he'll have someone next to him helping. I don't know. I don't know what it'll look like if Greg has more of his key guys at his disposal. While we're talking about the attack, Jenny taft spoke to Greg berhalter after the match, he said not a lot of clarity on that number 9 position. It was tough. It was tough. I mean, Jesus came on, I got a couple chances. It was tough

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"deandre edlin" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

04:01 min | Last week

"deandre edlin" Discussed on Caught Offside

"In 2022, failed to do so in its last three. The U.S. scored a total of 18 goals this year. Okay. Ten of them were from open play, 8 of those were against Grenada and Panama, and 8 were from deadball situations. The United States JJ failed to score in its last three matches versus teams that are qualified for the 2022 World Cup, 7 games this year against teams qualified for the World Cup and they only score they only scored in one of the previous 6. That was the three zero win over Morocco. Right. This team is not scoring goals. And it was a problem during qualifying, and it's reared its head once again. Right. Can I bring you back to the midfield? And to our full backs. So today if you'll notice there was a lot of because of the high line that Saudi Arabia played, play that long diagonal to Deandre yedlin, who's going to give you the width. Now, Deandre edlin is not the starting fullback on this team in that position. How many times did that ball find the Andre yedlin in an advanced position in a good position, the cross never came? Or was caught back twice if I remember correctly. To western McKinney, who just took another thing is his horrifying touches and his inability to keep a hold of the ball in the last two games. And it petered out. Look at the midfield, something that came out of the Japanese game was a tweet about some of the stats that you're looking for from say like western McKinney about a midfielder. Passes attempted. Past completion, progressive passes, these are not good areas for him. If you look at Tyler Adams, better passes attempted 81 percentile, pass completion, 75% better. Progressive passes received not so good, but better. And Eunice Musa in that area progressive carries dribbles. Very good. So the midfield is not what we thought it was in terms of advancing that ball into that area. So you can have Gabriela batter stood up front. Jesus Ferreira today got a lot of flack. what combined 12 or 13 torches. Ricardo pepi, excuse me. 13 touches in roughly what was it 60 something minutes? My back. Yeah. It doesn't matter. He's not going to get no service. You could have had sergeant up there. You could play P fuck up there. There was no service. It wasn't happening. We weren't working the ball through the channels. In any coherent fashion and when we did, it was caught out or broke down. So that is the problem there. It's not just about the attack. It's about what servicing the attack. Of course, but that's part of when I say coherent attack. That's all of it. Wait, that's the whole thing. Yeah. I'm not just talking about a number 9. So I do think it improves. When we get certain key players back in, and we know they're there. Anthony Robinson Jedi. Absolutely. So those do things get those things can get better. But it was concerning because I looked at those stats that I read there about, you know, the ball progression. And things like that for atoms. And for McKinney, they should still be better at that. Or McKinney in particular. Yeah. Adams seems to have to do a lot of firefighting in a lot of work in recovery. Well, that's one of the things that you wonder when they actually have a full squad if they ever do, I mean, I don't know what that means, full squad, but you know, do they go with that double pivot with Adams and Musa both playing in kind of a deeper line role that allows maybe Adams doesn't have to do all that work by himself. Maybe he'll have someone next to him helping. I don't know. I don't know what it'll look like if Greg has more of his key guys at his disposal. While we're talking about the attack, Jenny taft spoke to Greg berhalter after the match, he said not a lot of clarity on that number 9 position. It was tough. It was tough. I mean, Jesus came on, I got a couple chances. It was tough

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"deandre edlin" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

06:15 min | 9 months ago

"deandre edlin" Discussed on ESPN FC

"That's what it's called. Yeah, all those things. NBC sports soccer network dot org. Yeah. And he's a good guy. And I like him, but he's like, well, you know, he's going to make more money. Yes, he definitely will. Like, his life-changing money compared to what he's on in MLS, but he's not going to play and Nicholas was one of these advanced the idea. Well, he's facing top quality players and taking shots on him in training. No, goalkeepers have to play. It's not the same training will never be the same as games. It's a unique position. It's not that unique of a position. And look, there are examples which people will be furiously tweeting towards this. This podcast right now of where goalkeepers weren't status for their clubs, but were starters internationally and they were Sergio Romero's the big one took Argentina to a World Cup final. Right. It didn't last that long. You want your goalkeepers? Do you want your players to be starting? And the goalkeepers know different and that's a worry for me. Is it a great move to go to arsenal? Yes. I get it for him. I get it for him, but it's not good for the U.S. as far as I'm concerned. I mean, look, would I rather him be playing regularly? Of course. But I do, I can see a little bit of how a goalkeeper can maybe remain sharper as a number two in a way that an outfield player I'd be more concerned with. No. Then he got it too. The modern goalkeeper isn't in this isolated position like it used to be. Modern goalkeepers really involved in things. He's not running up and down the field. Look at how it yeah, but look at, look at how involved the modern goalkeeper is that all the top goalkeepers we think of are playing with their feet. They're getting touches on the ball. They're under pressure. You don't get that same kind of intensity in training. You just don't. That's why it's training. That's why it's practiced. And we already know Turner is a goalkeeper who is not exactly the best with his feet. If he has won Achilles heel, his heel is his foot, bear with me. And he needs to play. It's not that we've seen a ton of Stefan, but you know he's the U.S.'s number one. He's played as their number one through the bulk of World Cup qualifying. He's been Manchester City's number two for a while now. That's been his role. When I watch him play, to me, like, from the time he was with Columbus to the time he was to him being with Manchester City, I don't feel like I'm looking at a player that's gotten worse. I feel like he's I'm still comfortable with him as the goalkeeper and he's been in that number two job for quite some time now. If that, if the sudden drop off is going to come because he's not getting regular minutes as the first team keeper, it hasn't come yet. So I don't know. We'll see. Who knows? Maybe every guy is different, but to me it's not, again, it's not a end of the world scenario. But we'll see if it happens. Hasn't happened yet. Any other takeaways, JJ, from this team? I think obviously the boost your absence is unfortunate. We've been talking about that. I would just say with Tim ream. He's been slowly phased out by Greg. You feel like early Greg had leaned on his experience. And he ended up even in left back, left fullback a couple of times. But that era seems to be drawing to a clause. And that's more veteran leadership that's being moved out of the squad, despite Fulham going really well and him starting every single game. His last game was El Salvador in September. That's the last time he started, and he was in the squad the last time that September again in the four one away win in Honduras. So he is being kind of fizzed out. There's one other thing that stands out to me before we move on. 13 MLS players who have not been playing football for some months now. Greg says that January camp will have bridged that fitness gap and sharpness gap for them. I'm not so sure. I think it's a look at someone like Brendan Harrison. They've been on break he hasn't played in 6 weeks, Virginia odes. He hasn't played since December 4th, I think, through COVID and injury. Yeah. But they would have but they would have had organized trainings with their clubs in that. I mean, MLS is only in pre season and apart from this January camp, how much have they how much have they done? That's in a group setting in a team setting. It's a concern. I don't know whether it will end up mattering, I don't know. The things for me seeing Jordan Morris back in the squad just gave me good feelings, JJ. He is one of Andrew's people. He's one of my people. I've got the jingle yet Andrew. I've even thought about it. Can you work on it, please? Nope. No, I'll get to it. I'll get to it. But yeah, I was very happy to see him back in. JJ Weston McKinney, Greg bear halter said that he's what was the quote. He's probably in the form of his life. I'm excited. I mean, if that is, in fact, the case, which it seems to be right now with the way he's been playing at Juventus, I'm excited to see how that manifests itself with the national team. And then the only other thing that was interesting to me talk about rim not being there, Anthony Robinson is the only true left back that was included on this squad. I'm going to play three games in a week. He ain't playing three games in a week. So it's going to be some experimentation time. And I guess desk will be the guy who will probably audition for that left back role. His versatility his in terms of ending up in any position where he's needed is going to be tested. I would say. Yeah. So I'll be interested to see that. And I'll be interested to see who becomes, you know, who is, you know, I assume when all things are equal, if everyone's healthy, Robinson, on the left, desk on the right, when desk moves over to the left to give Robinson some kind of breather. Who is the preferred right back to fill in for desk? Because I know Regan is now starting again regularly at Bo vista. We don't know Deandre edlin. It sounds like it's headed back to MLS. That's not definitive yet. I thought I even saw that whole city. We're interested in the outland, but it looks like he could be going to Miami. So we'll have to wait and see. He's on the squad. I'll just be, I'll be interested to see who what the pecking order is of right backs for this. When you think yedlin has had enough of weather in the northeast of England, you know, Sunderland, Newcastle hall, like he wants to go somewhere else. You know, coming straight from the heat of turkey. No. Are Miami and.

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"deandre edlin" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

06:15 min | 9 months ago

"deandre edlin" Discussed on Caught Offside

"That's what it's called. Yeah, all those things. NBC sports soccer network dot org. Yeah. And he's a good guy. And I like him, but he's like, well, you know, he's going to make more money. Yes, he definitely will. Like, his life-changing money compared to what he's on in MLS, but he's not going to play and Nicholas was one of these advanced the idea. Well, he's facing top quality players and taking shots on him in training. No, goalkeepers have to play. It's not the same training will never be the same as games. It's a unique position. It's not that unique of a position. And look, there are examples which people will be furiously tweeting towards this. This podcast right now of where goalkeepers weren't status for their clubs, but were starters internationally and they were Sergio Romero's the big one took Argentina to a World Cup final. Right. It didn't last that long. You want your goalkeepers? Do you want your players to be starting? And the goalkeepers know different and that's a worry for me. Is it a great move to go to arsenal? Yes. I get it for him. I get it for him, but it's not good for the U.S. as far as I'm concerned. I mean, look, would I rather him be playing regularly? Of course. But I do, I can see a little bit of how a goalkeeper can maybe remain sharper as a number two in a way that an outfield player I'd be more concerned with. No. Then he got it too. The modern goalkeeper isn't in this isolated position like it used to be. Modern goalkeepers really involved in things. He's not running up and down the field. Look at how it yeah, but look at, look at how involved the modern goalkeeper is that all the top goalkeepers we think of are playing with their feet. They're getting touches on the ball. They're under pressure. You don't get that same kind of intensity in training. You just don't. That's why it's training. That's why it's practiced. And we already know Turner is a goalkeeper who is not exactly the best with his feet. If he has won Achilles heel, his heel is his foot, bear with me. And he needs to play. It's not that we've seen a ton of Stefan, but you know he's the U.S.'s number one. He's played as their number one through the bulk of World Cup qualifying. He's been Manchester City's number two for a while now. That's been his role. When I watch him play, to me, like, from the time he was with Columbus to the time he was to him being with Manchester City, I don't feel like I'm looking at a player that's gotten worse. I feel like he's I'm still comfortable with him as the goalkeeper and he's been in that number two job for quite some time now. If that, if the sudden drop off is going to come because he's not getting regular minutes as the first team keeper, it hasn't come yet. So I don't know. We'll see. Who knows? Maybe every guy is different, but to me it's not, again, it's not a end of the world scenario. But we'll see if it happens. Hasn't happened yet. Any other takeaways, JJ, from this team? I think obviously the boost your absence is unfortunate. We've been talking about that. I would just say with Tim ream. He's been slowly phased out by Greg. You feel like early Greg had leaned on his experience. And he ended up even in left back, left fullback a couple of times. But that era seems to be drawing to a clause. And that's more veteran leadership that's being moved out of the squad, despite Fulham going really well and him starting every single game. His last game was El Salvador in September. That's the last time he started, and he was in the squad the last time that September again in the four one away win in Honduras. So he is being kind of fizzed out. There's one other thing that stands out to me before we move on. 13 MLS players who have not been playing football for some months now. Greg says that January camp will have bridged that fitness gap and sharpness gap for them. I'm not so sure. I think it's a look at someone like Brendan Harrison. They've been on break he hasn't played in 6 weeks, Virginia odes. He hasn't played since December 4th, I think, through COVID and injury. Yeah. But they would have but they would have had organized trainings with their clubs in that. I mean, MLS is only in pre season and apart from this January camp, how much have they how much have they done? That's in a group setting in a team setting. It's a concern. I don't know whether it will end up mattering, I don't know. The things for me seeing Jordan Morris back in the squad just gave me good feelings, JJ. He is one of Andrew's people. He's one of my people. I've got the jingle yet Andrew. I've even thought about it. Can you work on it, please? Nope. No, I'll get to it. I'll get to it. But yeah, I was very happy to see him back in. JJ Weston McKinney, Greg bear halter said that he's what was the quote. He's probably in the form of his life. I'm excited. I mean, if that is, in fact, the case, which it seems to be right now with the way he's been playing at Juventus, I'm excited to see how that manifests itself with the national team. And then the only other thing that was interesting to me talk about rim not being there, Anthony Robinson is the only true left back that was included on this squad. I'm going to play three games in a week. He ain't playing three games in a week. So it's going to be some experimentation time. And I guess desk will be the guy who will probably audition for that left back role. His versatility his in terms of ending up in any position where he's needed is going to be tested. I would say. Yeah. So I'll be interested to see that. And I'll be interested to see who becomes, you know, who is, you know, I assume when all things are equal, if everyone's healthy, Robinson, on the left, desk on the right, when desk moves over to the left to give Robinson some kind of breather. Who is the preferred right back to fill in for desk? Because I know Regan is now starting again regularly at Bo vista. We don't know Deandre edlin. It sounds like it's headed back to MLS. That's not definitive yet. I thought I even saw that whole city. We're interested in the outland, but it looks like he could be going to Miami. So we'll have to wait and see. He's on the squad. I'll just be, I'll be interested to see who what the pecking order is of right backs for this. When you think yedlin has had enough of weather in the northeast of England, you know, Sunderland, Newcastle hall, like he wants to go somewhere else. You know, coming straight from the heat of turkey. No. Are Miami and.

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"deandre edlin" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

05:06 min | 11 months ago

"deandre edlin" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Tonight, from billings, Montana. The U.S. and Mexico. I don't have a ton more to say about this game. I mean, if I wanted to sit here and find negatives, maybe I could, but I don't really have them. I know you. It's funny you had mentioned walker Zimmerman earlier and being pulled out of position. Largely, I actually thought that he was in the second half. He made some huge plays for the U.S. to kind of cut down Mexican chances. He was, I thought, at least certainly in the second half, I get what you're saying about early on him maybe being problematic and trying to keep that press intact. But in the second half, I thought he was a rock for them. It wasn't so much keeping the press intact Andrew. It was like following him and his when he went him and has dropped off. So you expect maybe an aerial combat with their number 9 him and his, but that's not really what happened. He was dropping into the middle and Zimmerman was following him and you saw in the chances you're like, where did this gap come from? That Mexico are now running through. And that was Zimmerman just coming out after him and so once he stopped doing that, I thought he had next link game. And in terms of one V one defending, turns to some of the blocks he made. He was superb. I'm not criticizing. I largely I like that center back pairing. That worked that works for me. Miles Robinson walker's in. Like, I'm good moving forward with that. I think based on last night's evidence, that is something that works very, very well. I like mine's Robinson anyway. I think he's I think his ability to cover ground reads the game very well and he's comfortable on the ball and those are things you need as a modern center back. I think he's got very good. That lineup last night for the U.S.. Stefan included, he didn't have a ton of opportunities to leave his imprint on the game. But when he was called upon, he did everything asked him. He had he had a great game. If everyone is healthy, how many things are different? If this is game one World Cup Qatar, how different would that line up be? Is it only best yet one? Is everything else? Is that pretty? No. Don't forget the starting lineup doesn't have purely again. So yes, you're right. And the other one I'm wondering about, I guess right now, yes, pure psych obviously would start. But like Gio raina is going to have to re earn that spot back in I don't think he starts in this current setup as we sit here and now and that is not a reflection on him as a footballer. He knows speaks to the quality of this team. Look, you can't, there's only 11 spots, right? So I think I honestly my gut tells me that. That Greg bear holder wants to stick with Stefan and gold. I know he says there's very little between him and Matt Turner. I think he wants to stick with Stefan and gold. The fact that he went back to him after Turner did literally nothing wrong in his run of games, suggests plenty about that. Deandre yedlin then for dest is the other one. That midfield axis of Musa, Adams and mckenney that triumvirate rather, that doesn't change for me. Agreed. That doesn't change. The desk the edlin one is interesting. Yeah, searching your desk has done a good job. He's played really well for this team, especially an attack, plays in a good ball. He's a threat. And the thought of him and waya possibly on the same side is if they're both playing the way that they're capable of playing the speed on the right. They're going to recap it. But Deandre edlin, he was called upon last night, and he was excellent. I thought as well. Got beat once that I remember in the second half, but nothing came of it. He's got great, didn't get a yellow card. They were worried about remember they had married clapboard him in Latin America was asked, you think the next time he folds, he would get a yellow. Well, he didn't. He was solid. And if anything, I think he grew into the game. So these are the signs of growth within this team in that the next man up mentality. It's not just, you know, those aren't just three words. Like they actually mean something for the U.S. now because they have this depth. They can have a true next man up mentality because the next guy who's ready to go and fill in a spot is almost of the quality of the players starting above him. And I don't think we've had our concerns, but we advise defensive abilities in the past. But I think since he's been at Rafa Rafa, Newcastle, and then afterwards, obviously, moving on to Galatasaray. I think he's I think he's a solid solid defender. And I wouldn't be concerned about him there. I think the front three is your question, Mark, no. I think peppy stays because he likes him as that center that's central striker. Not because he's not really a center forward and conventional sense. And then purely coming in, how does that upset the ironson where either side where right now is done enough Andrew just from last night showing a lawn to be a starter? I agree. That is, I mean, you know, I work for two way I mean, he went down as an own goal, but he pretty much did everything to create the goal in the previous World Cup qualifier for the U.S.. So he's he's been very good. And last night was the cherry on top performance for a good run for him. I don't like the idea of dropping Brendan aronson when he gives you so much energy and so much running. But.

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"deandre edlin" Discussed on ESPN FC

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05:06 min | 11 months ago

"deandre edlin" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Tonight, from billings, Montana. The U.S. and Mexico. I don't have a ton more to say about this game. I mean, if I wanted to sit here and find negatives, maybe I could, but I don't really have them. I know you. It's funny you had mentioned walker Zimmerman earlier and being pulled out of position. Largely, I actually thought that he was in the second half. He made some huge plays for the U.S. to kind of cut down Mexican chances. He was, I thought, at least certainly in the second half, I get what you're saying about early on him maybe being problematic and trying to keep that press intact. But in the second half, I thought he was a rock for them. It wasn't so much keeping the press intact Andrew. It was like following him and his when he went him and has dropped off. So you expect maybe an aerial combat with their number 9 him and his, but that's not really what happened. He was dropping into the middle and Zimmerman was following him and you saw in the chances you're like, where did this gap come from? That Mexico are now running through. And that was Zimmerman just coming out after him and so once he stopped doing that, I thought he had next link game. And in terms of one V one defending, turns to some of the blocks he made. He was superb. I'm not criticizing. I largely I like that center back pairing. That worked that works for me. Miles Robinson walker's in. Like, I'm good moving forward with that. I think based on last night's evidence, that is something that works very, very well. I like mine's Robinson anyway. I think he's I think his ability to cover ground reads the game very well and he's comfortable on the ball and those are things you need as a modern center back. I think he's got very good. That lineup last night for the U.S.. Stefan included, he didn't have a ton of opportunities to leave his imprint on the game. But when he was called upon, he did everything asked him. He had he had a great game. If everyone is healthy, how many things are different? If this is game one World Cup Qatar, how different would that line up be? Is it only best yet one? Is everything else? Is that pretty? No. Don't forget the starting lineup doesn't have purely again. So yes, you're right. And the other one I'm wondering about, I guess right now, yes, pure psych obviously would start. But like Gio raina is going to have to re earn that spot back in I don't think he starts in this current setup as we sit here and now and that is not a reflection on him as a footballer. He knows speaks to the quality of this team. Look, you can't, there's only 11 spots, right? So I think I honestly my gut tells me that. That Greg bear holder wants to stick with Stefan and gold. I know he says there's very little between him and Matt Turner. I think he wants to stick with Stefan and gold. The fact that he went back to him after Turner did literally nothing wrong in his run of games, suggests plenty about that. Deandre yedlin then for dest is the other one. That midfield axis of Musa, Adams and mckenney that triumvirate rather, that doesn't change for me. Agreed. That doesn't change. The desk the edlin one is interesting. Yeah, searching your desk has done a good job. He's played really well for this team, especially an attack, plays in a good ball. He's a threat. And the thought of him and waya possibly on the same side is if they're both playing the way that they're capable of playing the speed on the right. They're going to recap it. But Deandre edlin, he was called upon last night, and he was excellent. I thought as well. Got beat once that I remember in the second half, but nothing came of it. He's got great, didn't get a yellow card. They were worried about remember they had married clapboard him in Latin America was asked, you think the next time he folds, he would get a yellow. Well, he didn't. He was solid. And if anything, I think he grew into the game. So these are the signs of growth within this team in that the next man up mentality. It's not just, you know, those aren't just three words. Like they actually mean something for the U.S. now because they have this depth. They can have a true next man up mentality because the next guy who's ready to go and fill in a spot is almost of the quality of the players starting above him. And I don't think we've had our concerns, but we advise defensive abilities in the past. But I think since he's been at Rafa Rafa, Newcastle, and then afterwards, obviously, moving on to Galatasaray. I think he's I think he's a solid solid defender. And I wouldn't be concerned about him there. I think the front three is your question, Mark, no. I think peppy stays because he likes him as that center that's central striker. Not because he's not really a center forward and conventional sense. And then purely coming in, how does that upset the ironson where either side where right now is done enough Andrew just from last night showing a lawn to be a starter? I agree. That is, I mean, you know, I work for two way I mean, he went down as an own goal, but he pretty much did everything to create the goal in the previous World Cup qualifier for the U.S.. So he's he's been very good. And last night was the cherry on top performance for a good run for him. I don't like the idea of dropping Brendan aronson when he gives you so much energy and so much running. But.

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"deandre edlin" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

05:16 min | 11 months ago

"deandre edlin" Discussed on Caught Offside

"And right now, sure, he was hurt today. He's healthy. He's good enough to play. He's on the team. You got a plan. You got a plan, and against Mexico, I mean, look, we'll see how it goes. But like, I play him all 90. This is it. This is the marquee match in qualifying. So like, maybe I'm a too much of a fan and I'm just like speaking from what I want to see as a fan. But this is kind of, you know, this is kind of what we've been waiting for here. A couple of the other guys I'm interested to get your take on JJ one player who was not on the squad and that was John Brooks, who was very honest about being left off and he basically put it on himself. You know, he's like, we talked about how he has not performed up to what we expect from him with the U.S. in recent appearances. And Jeff Carlisle was on this podcast afterwards. And he said, you know, the same for whatever reason John Brooks does not travel well right now with the U.S.. And bear halter and this the setup, they have they have taken note and they left him off for a vitally important game. One of their most experienced defenders will not be a part of this team. That was not an easy decision to come to. I wouldn't think. It couldn't have been. And I think it was the wrong decision. I surprised to hear you say that. You've been very critical of Brooks. Yeah, I know, but what's the sense in dropping them for this game? What's that going to achieve? And Brooks even in his statement mentioned how he felt he'd been paying much better in the last couple of games for Wolfsburg, so I mean, if he's playing well, bring him. This idea doesn't travel well. He's going to have to constantly travel. What are you supposed to do with that? I just think the experience, if bear holder says, I don't want to start you, that is fair enough. But to even have him in and around the camp, working with the guy he's in training. I would have brought him. I really would have that kind of experiences, it's invaluable. And Deandre edlin is the suddenly of the defensive unit becomes the senior man. Yeah, I wonder if he's who will see with desk, not playing. I mean, like we've said, not that not that I want to see any player that I consider to be a first 11 player for this team get hurt. But that's a position where there is depth. Between I'd be shocked if it was in the edlin, honestly. Over Regan, I think so. Or there is no way Joel scally is coming in to make his debut. His first ever international. I say no way. I don't know that. To make your international debut against Mexico in a world in a World Cup qualifying game. And your weeks or months into your senior Bundesliga career and you have you have one zero caps and you haven't you haven't trim with the team or anything. I think that would be a really, really big show. To do that and Stephen Ghana touches got in touch and said, I've been so impressed with boost your that like a boost your mckenney moves to three with atoms at right back. I'm not doing that. No. I understand why he would say that. Bruzio has gone over to venezia and really impressed. Yeah. So I understand I understand wanting to manipulate things to get him into the squad, but I just atoms to me in that role is too important. Mess with other stuff if you want. Like to me that we have found like do you know how vital that is to have a guy who can do that work in defensive midfield? Like when you get that kind of player like I'm not saying Tyler Adams is in golo kante. But he's kind of Conte light in a lot of the things that he's able to do. When you get a player like that, you don't mess with it. Like that's such an important piece to have. Somebody who can defend and make up for like other defenders pushing forward. Like, and who can also push play forward in his own right. A guy who doesn't really get tired. Like who's going to fill don't mess with it? He's going to fill in playing multiple roles as well he can fill in if her full backs are going to have to get forward at some point if we're going to carry any kind of threat then he's going to be able to slide across and cover and he does performs multiple roles. So I don't want to take him out of that position. I don't know what bear halter is going to do. He's not always the easiest to predict. But I don't think I see scally staring and I don't think I see Adams right back. I would agree with both of those things. One, I think you can predict that Greg bear halter for this Mexico match will wear his coolest pair of shoes. That's important to him. That's probably going to happen. One thing on the Mexico side Andrew, Felipe cardenas was writing about their defensive kind of issues. And this is a paragraph that stood out to me. Mexico or a high pricing team that often leave their center backs exposed and transition. When they play in a three man backline, central midfielder, Edson Alvarez plays in between the two center box..

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"deandre edlin" Discussed on ESPN FC

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05:16 min | 11 months ago

"deandre edlin" Discussed on ESPN FC

"And right now, sure, he was hurt today. He's healthy. He's good enough to play. He's on the team. You got a plan. You got a plan, and against Mexico, I mean, look, we'll see how it goes. But like, I play him all 90. This is it. This is the marquee match in qualifying. So like, maybe I'm a too much of a fan and I'm just like speaking from what I want to see as a fan. But this is kind of, you know, this is kind of what we've been waiting for here. A couple of the other guys I'm interested to get your take on JJ one player who was not on the squad and that was John Brooks, who was very honest about being left off and he basically put it on himself. You know, he's like, we talked about how he has not performed up to what we expect from him with the U.S. in recent appearances. And Jeff Carlisle was on this podcast afterwards. And he said, you know, the same for whatever reason John Brooks does not travel well right now with the U.S.. And bear halter and this the setup, they have they have taken note and they left him off for a vitally important game. One of their most experienced defenders will not be a part of this team. That was not an easy decision to come to. I wouldn't think. It couldn't have been. And I think it was the wrong decision. I surprised to hear you say that. You've been very critical of Brooks. Yeah, I know, but what's the sense in dropping them for this game? What's that going to achieve? And Brooks even in his statement mentioned how he felt he'd been paying much better in the last couple of games for Wolfsburg, so I mean, if he's playing well, bring him. This idea doesn't travel well. He's going to have to constantly travel. What are you supposed to do with that? I just think the experience, if bear holder says, I don't want to start you, that is fair enough. But to even have him in and around the camp, working with the guy he's in training. I would have brought him. I really would have that kind of experiences, it's invaluable. And Deandre edlin is the suddenly of the defensive unit becomes the senior man. Yeah, I wonder if he's who will see with desk, not playing. I mean, like we've said, not that not that I want to see any player that I consider to be a first 11 player for this team get hurt. But that's a position where there is depth. Between I'd be shocked if it was in the edlin, honestly. Over Regan, I think so. Or there is no way Joel scally is coming in to make his debut. His first ever international. I say no way. I don't know that. To make your international debut against Mexico in a world in a World Cup qualifying game. And your weeks or months into your senior Bundesliga career and you have you have one zero caps and you haven't you haven't trim with the team or anything. I think that would be a really, really big show. To do that and Stephen Ghana touches got in touch and said, I've been so impressed with boost your that like a boost your mckenney moves to three with atoms at right back. I'm not doing that. No. I understand why he would say that. Bruzio has gone over to venezia and really impressed. Yeah. So I understand I understand wanting to manipulate things to get him into the squad, but I just atoms to me in that role is too important. Mess with other stuff if you want. Like to me that we have found like do you know how vital that is to have a guy who can do that work in defensive midfield? Like when you get that kind of player like I'm not saying Tyler Adams is in golo kante. But he's kind of Conte light in a lot of the things that he's able to do. When you get a player like that, you don't mess with it. Like that's such an important piece to have. Somebody who can defend and make up for like other defenders pushing forward. Like, and who can also push play forward in his own right. A guy who doesn't really get tired. Like who's going to fill don't mess with it? He's going to fill in playing multiple roles as well he can fill in if her full backs are going to have to get forward at some point if we're going to carry any kind of threat then he's going to be able to slide across and cover and he does performs multiple roles. So I don't want to take him out of that position. I don't know what bear halter is going to do. He's not always the easiest to predict. But I don't think I see scally staring and I don't think I see Adams right back. I would agree with both of those things. One, I think you can predict that Greg bear halter for this Mexico match will wear his coolest pair of shoes. That's important to him. That's probably going to happen. One thing on the Mexico side Andrew, Felipe cardenas was writing about their defensive kind of issues. And this is a paragraph that stood out to me. Mexico or a high pricing team that often leave their center backs exposed and transition. When they play in a three man backline, central midfielder, Edson Alvarez plays in between the two center box..

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