17 Burst results for "Deandre Yedlin"

"deandre yedlin" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:22 min | 2 weeks ago

"deandre yedlin" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Wanted to take this game as far as I can, so to be able to represent a club like arsenal is a dream come true. So from the national team perspective, obviously the player is going to do what's best for his career. How do you balance that? You want guys at the highest level, but you need them playing minutes, right? You know, I would always recommend to do what Matt did in this case. You know, he's a guy that was playing at heartfield college, right? Where did he go to school? I think it was hard. Yeah, I mean, yeah. But the point is, yes. Good Catholic Jersey. It's in Connecticut. Sorry, my bad. No, it's in Connecticut. The school that he went to. Yeah, therapy. It is in Canada. It's not in Jersey. Yeah. But the point is, is that, you know, 6 years ago, he's playing a Fairfield college. And now he has the opportunity to go to arsenal. You don't ever turn that down regardless of when at World Cup. You know, this is like, you know, I've talked to Bruce about. This is a dream story, man. You can't write stories like this. It's such an amazing story. I understand that, but it's still blows my mind that a player is talking about, I'm not thinking about the World Cup. I'm thinking about my career because usually the other way around, it's like I need to be careful of what I do because this is a World Cup year and this is a World Cup. It's the Pinnacle for any footballer. So that blows my mind on that just in general when we're talking about man Turner. This is the right move for you, because Ricardo peppy, we could throw out another example, World Cup year. He hasn't been doing so well. So this could be a move going to osberg that potentially jeopardizes his World Cup status. Yeah. And that's a decision that players are going to have to live with. But for Matt, I think this is a dream move. I think it's something that is a fairytale. You know, that he's all of a sudden, you know, at arsenal, one of the great clubs in English soccer, you know, from 6 years ago playing it at Fairfield college. I don't think Matt Turner fits into this necessarily but you also mentioned this on the gab in Jules podcast and that was that there's some players because we see this mass exodus of players to Europe and everybody gets very excited. There are some players that can make that jump too early. How does that then impact you as the national team coach? Yeah, and see this is much more interesting conversation to me because and what we've been doing for the last 15 years. Well, because Matt Turner performed best goalkeeper in MLS. He won the support shield with New England. He did everything he could do. He was crushing it in MLS. He was ready to move on. Right, get a national team looks. Exactly. Now the issue becomes when we have younger players that are moving to moving out of MLS when they haven't been dominant in Major League Soccer. Like a Brian Reynolds for example. That's the example you gave, yeah. That's a great George bellows. I can give another D.C. guy Kevin Perez felt like that. We just got to see him, and then he was gone. Right. And what happens is that then they don't get enough playing time. They may not make it there. I'm always a big fan of you crush the level where you're at and then you keep going. And then you go to the next level and you always find a level that you can play and you can build up your performance. Well, we see this example a lot with the Mexican players and the Mexican media in particular where they're saying like there's a process. There's a process. There's a cycle to this much. Fulfill this process. But there's the other side of that coin, many say, let them fulfill it somewhere else. So let them have better training. Let them have better competition. He will be better for it for being in that environment. How are you going to get on the field though? That has to be part of the equation. I agree with what you're saying until the point where where are they going to get game time? Because I don't believe it's good for a player to go to Europe and train for two years. I really don't. Personally, the decision I made was to go play in the second division of Holland. And I played every week. And then I went to the first division. And then I went to England, and I went to there's a progression that needs to take place, and that's part of it, game time. Okay. I think I may be the first person to actually bring this up, but John Brooks. Can we talk, John Brooks? It feels like every time there's a call up every time there's a roster drop, John Brooks is in on it, and you're getting asked. Where's John Brooks? He happens to be one of the most experienced players in the pool. I believe him and Deandre yedlin, the only two that actually played in a World Cup in this current pool. You said at first that you wanted to see certain things from John Brooks for him to come back to the national team. And then you don't call him up because he said, I know what he's about. I want to see other guys. So where are we with John Brooks? You can understand maybe the frustration of the fans with maybe any consistency or two in your comments. You know, the way I see it in the way we've been communicating, you know, me and John have had a number of conversations along the way. You know, he was in the September camp, had to withdraw from the October camp because of injury. I called him before the November camp. I said, John listen, you know, I'm a here are some things that are lacking your game that I don't see fit our game model. And then we need to address. And we move on. And we went to January and we got through that window. We entered the crucial window in March, and it wasn't time to bring him back, in my opinion. And now we go into these games in the summer where we wanted to take a look at a guy like cam Carter Vickers. We wanted to take a look at a guy like Eric Palmer Brown because John has the body of work that we've seen. So to me, it's a question of, let's see where John ends up. Let's see what

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"deandre yedlin" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:35 min | Last month

"deandre yedlin" Discussed on ESPN FC

"You don't get passes when you're beaten from that position. However, if I'm going to see that grown to the people who say it was a rookie error, I am going to say that it was a brilliant take by lahren. Because he's played him with the eyes. He's looked up with the full intention of whipping in a cross and instead he rifles a shot here. It can't happen. I can't let it happen. You can't. But boy the same talking, I still think it's a brilliant execution. Sure, I mean, yes, I'm all for we can lay blame and we can give credit at the same time, but horvath helped that occur. He takes that little half step and then because of the nature, maybe of the surface, are planted his feet, he can't get back across. And it's so quick and rapidly hit. It reminds me of Goodfellas when Tommy is whacked. He walks into the room and there's the split second where he realizes, and he goes, oh, no. And he doesn't even get to know out. And he shot through the head. That's exactly what happened to horvitz there. Exactly. What happened to Harvard? So I think harrwitz in trouble a little bit as well. I think Tim where I know he scored against Morocco, but his frustration coming off last night. Now, the players might tell you this, readily, but I'm pretty sure they all enjoyed that last night. That was an absolute barnstormer. That was back to the old school. Your high school pitch. I think Tyler Adams throwing that el salvadorian player to the ground was one of the top three moments of his life. Are you telling me Weston McKinney didn't enjoy it? Are you are you telling me you and us most it didn't enjoy? There was one he played very well. He was brilliant and it was a game that suited where it was hard for the U.S. to do quick passes in the final third by the nature of the field. It was Eunice Moses athleticism, the carry the biggest threat in the second half. If you look at the best chances in the second half, it was Eunice Musa when he was fouled for the red card when he drove into the box into the one two would wear and the keeper made the sieve and then it was western McKinney who went on a run down. Did you see that one that went down the sideline? Sorry, down the end line. And I'm like, cross it, cross it. And he cuts the ball back and it shows how the U.S. struggle to create offense. The ball ends up back at the center half in the center mid position. I'm like, guys, you're not. Oh yeah, I do remember that. That was weird. But I thought Tim we are coming off the field. There was a frustration there. There clearly was. That a has been taken out, but that B, that's the kind of game a guy of his swagger and his ability should be like just absolutely cotting teams some asunder. And it didn't happen. I mean, the game was fun to watch, I don't know how many judgments I'm ready to pass for guys playing on a field like that in those conditions. I think Eunice mosa is used to. I've seen enough good from him. Luca tabletops, Andrew. A field, and he completely. Yeah, he got into it. I'm not looking at that game and saying that it's a reason that I'm suddenly down on way. My final down over the four game period is John Brooks. Not even there, that's the point. I'm looking for ways that he can get back in and I can't see it right now. The fact that the fact that Aaron long started all four games, again, the manager is telling you something. Yeah. That doesn't happen by accident. Just to bring it full circle, I saw this note from Justin Moran on Twitter. About Jesus Ferreira. This was now this is prior to last night's game against El Salvador, but the point remains. So it breaks down for our performances based on the opponent's FIFA ranking. So guys, how he how he performs against good teams, average teams, bad teams. Teams that rank somewhere between first and 50th in the FIFA World ranking. He's made 5 appearances against those teams. Zero goal zero assists hasn't done a thing. 51 through a hundred in the FIFA World rankings, 5 appearances, just one goal, just one assist. I'm going to need XG here. One O one from one O one through one 70. So now we're kind of down into the drags a little bit. Two appearances, 6 goals, three assists. He's built up a nice statistical resume against some shoddy opposition in his opportunities against better teams. He has not, and you're right, there's more to it. I don't have the XG. I just simply have goals as an assist. Which, by the way, matters quite a bit for a guy playing that position. I wonder what conversation were happening if the drilled cross from Deandre yedlin is not behind him. Versus Uruguay. I mean, you're right. It wasn't on a platter for him. It also, let's not make it sound like he needed to go stretch Armstrong to bring that thing back. Look, I like him. And he's and he's been very good in MLS this year and he's just and he should be on the flight. But I'm just saying, we haven't seen enough yet. He might be the starting number 9. But like, you can sit here right now and tell me that if it's him, you're like, okay, well, we're good there. I haven't seen that yet. So let's get. The other night was great. I'm glad that he did it. I want him to keep stay in the running. Like, don't give them an opportunity of what happened to all these other guys where Ricardo pepi didn't perform. All right, you're out. Next one up. Jesus ferra is doing just enough to make sure that doesn't happen. He's going to keep his name at the top of the list..

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"deandre yedlin" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

05:35 min | Last month

"deandre yedlin" Discussed on Caught Offside

"You don't get passes when you're beaten from that position. However, if I'm going to see that grown to the people who say it was a rookie error, I am going to say that it was a brilliant take by lahren. Because he's played him with the eyes. He's looked up with the full intention of whipping in a cross and instead he rifles a shot here. It can't happen. I can't let it happen. You can't. But boy the same talking, I still think it's a brilliant execution. Sure, I mean, yes, I'm all for we can lay blame and we can give credit at the same time, but horvath helped that occur. He takes that little half step and then because of the nature, maybe of the surface, are planted his feet, he can't get back across. And it's so quick and rapidly hit. It reminds me of Goodfellas when Tommy is whacked. He walks into the room and there's the split second where he realizes, and he goes, oh, no. And he doesn't even get to know out. And he shot through the head. That's exactly what happened to horvitz there. Exactly. What happened to Harvard? So I think harrwitz in trouble a little bit as well. I think Tim where I know he scored against Morocco, but his frustration coming off last night. Now, the players might tell you this, readily, but I'm pretty sure they all enjoyed that last night. That was an absolute barnstormer. That was back to the old school. Your high school pitch. I think Tyler Adams throwing that el salvadorian player to the ground was one of the top three moments of his life. Are you telling me Weston McKinney didn't enjoy it? Are you are you telling me you and us most it didn't enjoy? There was one he played very well. He was brilliant and it was a game that suited where it was hard for the U.S. to do quick passes in the final third by the nature of the field. It was Eunice Moses athleticism, the carry the biggest threat in the second half. If you look at the best chances in the second half, it was Eunice Musa when he was fouled for the red card when he drove into the box into the one two would wear and the keeper made the sieve and then it was western McKinney who went on a run down. Did you see that one that went down the sideline? Sorry, down the end line. And I'm like, cross it, cross it. And he cuts the ball back and it shows how the U.S. struggle to create offense. The ball ends up back at the center half in the center mid position. I'm like, guys, you're not. Oh yeah, I do remember that. That was weird. But I thought Tim we are coming off the field. There was a frustration there. There clearly was. That a has been taken out, but that B, that's the kind of game a guy of his swagger and his ability should be like just absolutely cotting teams some asunder. And it didn't happen. I mean, the game was fun to watch, I don't know how many judgments I'm ready to pass for guys playing on a field like that in those conditions. I think Eunice mosa is used to. I've seen enough good from him. Luca tabletops, Andrew. A field, and he completely. Yeah, he got into it. I'm not looking at that game and saying that it's a reason that I'm suddenly down on way. My final down over the four game period is John Brooks. Not even there, that's the point. I'm looking for ways that he can get back in and I can't see it right now. The fact that the fact that Aaron long started all four games, again, the manager is telling you something. Yeah. That doesn't happen by accident. Just to bring it full circle, I saw this note from Justin Moran on Twitter. About Jesus Ferreira. This was now this is prior to last night's game against El Salvador, but the point remains. So it breaks down for our performances based on the opponent's FIFA ranking. So guys, how he how he performs against good teams, average teams, bad teams. Teams that rank somewhere between first and 50th in the FIFA World ranking. He's made 5 appearances against those teams. Zero goal zero assists hasn't done a thing. 51 through a hundred in the FIFA World rankings, 5 appearances, just one goal, just one assist. I'm going to need XG here. One O one from one O one through one 70. So now we're kind of down into the drags a little bit. Two appearances, 6 goals, three assists. He's built up a nice statistical resume against some shoddy opposition in his opportunities against better teams. He has not, and you're right, there's more to it. I don't have the XG. I just simply have goals as an assist. Which, by the way, matters quite a bit for a guy playing that position. I wonder what conversation were happening if the drilled cross from Deandre yedlin is not behind him. Versus Uruguay. I mean, you're right. It wasn't on a platter for him. It also, let's not make it sound like he needed to go stretch Armstrong to bring that thing back. Look, I like him. And he's and he's been very good in MLS this year and he's just and he should be on the flight. But I'm just saying, we haven't seen enough yet. He might be the starting number 9. But like, you can sit here right now and tell me that if it's him, you're like, okay, well, we're good there. I haven't seen that yet. So let's get. The other night was great. I'm glad that he did it. I want him to keep stay in the running. Like, don't give them an opportunity of what happened to all these other guys where Ricardo pepi didn't perform. All right, you're out. Next one up. Jesus ferra is doing just enough to make sure that doesn't happen. He's going to keep his name at the top of the list..

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"deandre yedlin" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

02:47 min | 2 months ago

"deandre yedlin" Discussed on ExtraTime

"As scramble, but has Zimmerman has been, I think, the best field player for the U.S. over the last two games. And then I think healthy sergino dest and a healthy Anthony Robinson are both locks as well. And it's weird because dust is the better player, the better overall player. But Anthony is more of a solid lock because there are so many big questions about who could be the backup left back. Whereas if gets hurt and can't go, whatever, I'm pretty confident in Reggie cannon and I'm pretty confident in Deandre yedlin, even Shaq Moore. We have to go that far down the list. But I think three of the four back line, those guys are locks, and then it's a question between Chris Richards and Aaron long for who's going to partner Zimmerman. Charlie made the suggestion. I think I agree with them. The dust is the backup left back. So, okay, let me, sorry. Because we've had this conversation a lot. One of the issues with that comment. And I understand what he means. Is the best left back on the roster that is not Anthony Robinson or Jedi, whatever you want to call him. But if your concept going into the World Cup is that death is your backup left back. Let's just word it like this. When you are rotating your team, sergino dest is still playing. So if he becomes your backup left back, I guess you're probably going to play your best team against England. So you're not rotating from game one to game two. Now you're going to game three. If death is your backup left back and he has started the first two games at right back and you're giving Anthony Robinson a break. Sergino dest is now playing 90 minutes at left back. So while I understand that concept and we've all said it and I think dust is as comfortable on the left as he is on the right. And as effective a player, fine. But he can play for Barcelona left back sometimes, then you're good enough to play for the U.S.. I mean, yes, but no, it's different, David, because when he plays left back for Barcelona, he pinches inside, he becomes a midfielder. And the U.S. doesn't really play like that. We play like that for three games at the start of berhalter's tenure. We do not play like that anymore. You can play left back at a really high level. It changes so much about the way the U.S. play and Barcelona can deal with that because they have some of the very best players in the world. We don't have that. Well, actually. Genuinely think we need a like for like replacement for Anthony Robinson. Do you think this is a 26 man versus 23 man roster conversation? Because in a 26 man roster, it's not a question..

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"deandre yedlin" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

05:11 min | 2 months ago

"deandre yedlin" Discussed on ExtraTime

"Turner's had some injuries lately. You want to have a dude that's been between the posts in competitive play with some regularity, just as an option. Just I thought one of the most the biggest moments in the match for me with him was he's under a little pressure and the one where long puts it on his wrong foot and they have a disagreement he kicks it out for a corner, not his best moment, but he had another moment where he plays that outlet ball in strided Deandre yedlin on the right side. That's an opportunity that yedlin just Mitch is 'cause his touch is bad in the moment. He takes his eye off the ball. But like those little things weren't always things that we saw from Sean John four years ago, three years ago and being in this NYCFC system, I think he's taking steps forward on that aspect of his game, so all of a sudden you have a guy who is a leader who is a shot stopper who's playing a crazy high level in MLS who's playing to me and is a veteran and is sort of a steadying presence. To me, he's like the perfect third goalkeeper for this particular iteration of where the U.S. is at in the goalkeeper position. And the difference between Israel and behind guys that are all starting for their clubs across Europe. And that's where he's almost further away, whereas Shawn is potentially behind two guys that at least as of right now look like they are not going to be starting for their clubs. So I think it's not an easy path because I think the other two are both preferred. But I think that he would then carry that sort of leverage that we saw Turner holding for a while where it's like I'm playing regular minutes. Now he made the choice to say, well, it didn't really seem to matter. I was going to still be behind Stefan. So might as well take my chance abroad anyways. But I just wonder if I felt like Sean made a big case to make that make that World Cup team yesterday..

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"deandre yedlin" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

05:12 min | 2 months ago

"deandre yedlin" Discussed on ExtraTime

"For Nashville. He's the starter to week. Great because he's doing well and everyone else around him is not. So then he gets his opportunity and he proved it with the national team. He was on the outskirts. He had been playing the same way and I'm lost for three years or so. Nothing changed. The only thing that changed was his competition at the center back spot for the U.S. men's national team. That's why he got the opportunity. That's the only reason he got the opportunity. And when he did get it, he took it. But he was player 6, 7, 8. Greg berhard didn't value him like he does now, not at all. But it wasn't until he got national team caps and had the same type of performances that you then you can say, it doesn't matter where you play. As long as you're playing, it doesn't matter when you play. But if you're not there yet, if you're not on the level of Christian Pulisic and Tyler Adams and Weston McKinney and certain players like that or Deandre Deandre yedlin as an example here, I went the opposite way and has integrated himself more into the team sense. If you don't have that, you need to go somewhere else to level up. Do you think George, do you think Georgie will be on? Do you think he realistically has a chance to make this World Cup team Charlie? I do realistically think he has a chance for sure, but I think he needs to do a little bit more. Like what he's doing now is crazy isn't Montreal. That's not going to be enough. To me, his best chance of earning a spot happens in the next three weeks with the U.S. than anything that happens in this club situation. If he comes and plays well in this window and he plays well in this group, now he is someone who is defending his spot for us trying to fight for a spot, and now.

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"deandre yedlin" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:36 min | 4 months ago

"deandre yedlin" Discussed on KOMO

"But previously doctor Jeff Baird talked about the importance of getting COVID test results quickly Medically speaking a COVID test that is not back for several days it just isn't terribly meaningful because they wouldn't have the important information they need to make the decision about whether or not to quarantine If a positive test results PCR test is still recommended during its first years Seattle's controversial payroll tax brought in far more money than was expected but Jeff pojo says it's still being challenged in court The payroll tax is just the latest version of Seattle's head tax pushed by progressive council member Teresa mosquito it taxes payroll on salaries succeeding a $150,000 a year on the city's largest companies In 2021 the first year the tax was levied it brought in nearly $250 million 24% more than expected Proponents say that proves the tax was the right way to go but businesses are still skeptical saying it encourages companies to go elsewhere Today they argue the tax is unconstitutional if the state Court of Appeals The fundamental rule of taxation and state of Washington is if you're going to tax it should be based on a privilege that's granted And that's at the same business in the city of Seattle That's James Williams attorney for the Chamber of Commerce and judge David Mann who appeared resistant to striking down the tax The city argued that the tax is in fact legal and urged the appeals court to uphold the law It's unclear on when we can expect a ruling Jeff pojo and northwest news radio 7 ten from the Beacon plumbing sports desk Seattle at T mobile park It is opening night in Seattle top of the second Mariners lead the Houston Astros One to nothing Goal Schwartz says the lowdown on Saturday home games for the sounders and kraken Coach Dave hack stalls guys needed a couple of extra days rest after that quick trip up to Calgary but then a long trip back during a Canadian blizzard You know what we're really looking for is the benefit of a little extra energy coming into this especially this stretch of three home games over the next 6 days here at home Yeah the crack can take on the Jersey Devils tomorrow night the first of three in a row at climate pledge New York islanders great and TV analyst Mike bossy has lost his battle with lung cancer He was 65 The Seattle sounders have sold out the lower bowl of lumen field for a May 4th Concacaf Champions League Final match against pumas of Liga MX Rave greener in the same building tomorrow night for Major League Soccer with inter Miami a team featuring former sounder and U.S. team defender Deandre yedlin at 900 par Patrick cantlay leads the RBG heritage after two rounds in South Carolina Former Washington husky Joel Damon.

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"deandre yedlin" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:50 min | 6 months ago

"deandre yedlin" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Around and likes giving him opportunities in big games. Those are said over versus Mexico. He starts the first window. He started his share of games of minutes. This is a player that he very much in the setup and now he's going to go to be in a situation where he's comfortable with Chris Henderson who pretty much scouted him and brought him up as a homegrown in Seattle now at inner Miami, this could be good for yadlin. It could bring him back to his happy place if you will. Get him back to plane in a confident way. And that's the point. Greg ber halter seems to not care if you play Major League Soccer. So you actually, actually, I think he cares a lot. And I think it's an advantage for players to your point about the Bruce schoenfeld article, which is still available on ESPN dot com. I think what you see there is a player who investigates was not maybe enjoying the footballing experience. The personal experience, you would know better than I, how much happiness actually impacts a player on the field, but it seemed like yadlin was ready for this move. I think that's very, very important here to know. Like, on a personal level, it may improve his play, which will help his World Cup chances. I think it's a very standard idea to say, hey, you're going from a better level to a worse level in a World Cup year. That'll hurt your chances, but we know that's not the case with Greg berhalter. We know, in fact, it's not a disadvantage. It's an advantage. Greg berhalter likes what he knows, and he knows Major League Soccer. And I think players and MLS at this point, if you're looking at going to Europe or staying at home, you say, man, for this coach right now, now what's for best for my career, best for my development, best of my pocketbook. This coach right now really has a huge value on MLS. So not only for Deandre yedlin, I think any player think about making this move in this year will not be shy about it. Because it's clear that Greg berhalter won't hold being an MLS against you in anything. It'll be a case for you. Let's move on to Concacaf perk. Big news.

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"deandre yedlin" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:49 min | 6 months ago

"deandre yedlin" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Bradley that type of setup. You're gonna put them in a setup with Gustavo. Adam busa carles heel. Coach. Are you gonna get how are you gonna get all those guys on the field? Are you sure? Are you sure Josie is a starter in New England? Well, maybe half the season he could be because Adam books that I expect to be down. Come summer time. But think about this for a second. Coach by the man who wrote the book in Major League Soccer, we've said to so many times, Bruce arena plays chess, the rest of these coaches and Major League Soccer play checkers. So the proof of being a stamp of approval, that's enough for you. It's more than enough in Major League Soccer, but I'm being very honest with this. Look at Gustavo Bo, the goals in the 6 combination Adam books that goals and assists carless heal the assist. This is a very good footballing team in the final third scoring goals or create opportunities is not a problem. If Josie can stay healthy, he will be an all star. He will score goals. And the way we have this revolving 9, the way that he has the Greg bear holder has shown a penchant for giving players opportunity with his skill set. His experience, I can put him, I can put him easily in this conversation. I will not for the life of me say this won't happen. Do you remember our very first bet on this show? Maybe a month into this show's history. I'm fine. You said that Josie altidore would be the all time leading score in U.S. men's national team. I took the bet. We're still waiting. I'd offer you an early buyout, but we'll keep it we'll keep it alive for now. Can I be honest with you, I think it's more likely he gets a U.S. call up than an MLS all star club just because I think there's less competition for 9s with the U.S. pool than there is in Major League Soccer. Not only that, not only that, it's very easy to get a call up these days. One good moment, one good streak and you got to call it these days. That's what it is. Josie altidore Deandre yedlin, a completing.

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"deandre yedlin" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

05:29 min | 6 months ago

"deandre yedlin" Discussed on ExtraTime

"A lot of talk about the Champa didn't happen. We had a mail in here that says, how are you guys not talking about enter Miami? I think they've had the most insane off season in the most history in terms of tear down and rebuild in just a span of a few months, the new signings compana Mota Rodriguez would promising and then add on top of that the yedlin reuniting with Henderson's story. This needs to make it into the next show and thus it has. I think we've talked a good bit about enter Miami. It's hard not to give in the way that they've had them straight fire sale. We just got Julian caranza in. That's inner Miami adjacent. The thing the things they're doing the things they're dealing with are unprecedented. I think we said that, didn't we already preview into Miami? Or am I completely? Don't think we have. Oh, well then I said it in my own head when I thought we were previewing into Miami's that this is the most moves that we've ever seen in that count. There are people who track this on Twitter that said, since they've been tracking it, this is the most in and out moves they've ever put down for one team. I think Chris Henderson has said this is more than he had to do for the expansion year for Seattle. It's what was necessary, and they're obviously playing with one hand behind their back at the same time. This is a lot of young south and Central American players that Chris Henderson scouted himself. That's got to get you excited because his hit rate is fairly high with players from around the world. So they could be scrappy, they could be fun. What about yedlin, Doyle? Is this a good sign? I think it's a four plus one. So it's 28, four years guaranteed. That's a commitment. Yeah. Both player and club. It is, but it sounds like the right kind of commitment four plus one takes him into his early 30s. That's not too old for fullback, certainly. He has that level of trust with Chris Henderson. You know he can perform an MLS. He's played some of his best ball of his life recently. That game that he played against Mexico for the U.S. was the best that was the best I've ever seen Deandre yedlin play, and he played really well in turkey last year. Not as much this year. So it just makes a ton of sense. He gets to come home to a better city than Seattle. So it checks all the boxes right unders? He also, you assume with Louis Morgan leaving. There's space out there for him to operate with probably some Rodriguez tucking inside. And so yedlin will bring more to that position and it probably fits his skill set really well, where if he plays well, puts up numbers, he's a factor. It keeps him in that national team conversation. Yeah. Arsenal. Sign Austin trusty. I'm sorry. Who will stay with the rapids, then go on. What did you just say? I said, arsenal signed Austin trusty..

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"deandre yedlin" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

04:11 min | 6 months ago

"deandre yedlin" Discussed on ExtraTime

"Extra time is exactly how I find it out. What's going on in the MLS? Maybe this podcast is influenced me a little bit as well. Everybody up here. Every single day goes into the office into the laboratory. They're trying to cook up some great stuff for you guys. That's why he's here. Oh, from New York, New York, you are listening to extra time. From the AT&T 5G virtual studios, I'm Andrew weebie with my partners in soccer. Matt Doyle. David goss. Big show today. We're back on the MLS beat after three straight USM and T, Canada national team shows octagon. Three day match day is over. How good it must transfer news. We're going along. We come out of a show where we're talking about the World Cup in what Alfonso Davies and Weston McKinney can do on a world stage and we come into a meeting the next morning we just say, who's the next Brian white? And you're scrolling through rosters and you're talking about hard running center forwards who are buried on depth charts in MLS, and that makes the heart grow fond. That's our bread and butter. We have so much to talk about. We've missed so much focusing on the international game. Alan velasco to Dallas, that's a done deal. That's a record transfer Deandre yedlin. No, he's not going to the champ, always going to enter Miami. That was the case the whole time. Austin, trusty to arsenal, Austin trusted arsenal, George Bello gets his wish. Does this Costa is going to the galaxy pern Tom boger, and now fabrizio Romano, the Red Bull will say no to Aaron long trade offers, we have got some previews to do today Atlanta uniting is all Pineda's gonna stop by to talk about Joseph Martinez, can he be the Joseph from 2017 to 19? What will happen with that third DP spot? We're also gonna preview Minnesota United and Austin FC. We're gonna rank our top 5 defensive midfielders a lot of debate about this one and then go right into the mailbag. All right, let's do it. You guys ready? I'm feeling good. I'm feeling warm. I'm literally indoors wearing a beanie with a blanket on my lap with a space heater. I would not have survived in Minnesota. This is how we're doing the show today. How you feeling? Doyle, what's up, man? We heard from Dave, we haven't heard from you. Just trying to get some energy flowing. What are you doing? I'm good. You know, I'm still in pre season energy. Preseason energy mode.

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"deandre yedlin" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

06:41 min | 9 months ago

"deandre yedlin" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Slows it down, takes a little torch, gets it out of his feet and gets across in. No, you may begin the procession for the boy. Well, what I was going to say was way, I think might have been my man of the match last night. You know, we talked about the ball that he played in in the first half to kind of get the tone of that game started that Pepe couldn't make contact with. But it was all night. It was all night from him down the right side. And then sure enough, he also comes on. And he is energetic. He is all the things that we thought he would be. Makes the run across goal. And, you know, I heard Taylor swam and talk about it that Christian he just kind of he's a brilliant player, like he just knows the runs to make when to make them other U.S. players, 12 men mentioned there were kind of flat footed in the box, not pulisic. He's moving. He knows where to be, flashes across the face of goal, and yes, way it plays in a perfect pass. And bang. Just like that. It's one nil, and you could feel where this was headed. Really, after that. And our friend Guillermo, I felt he got to gamble that that way is going to get that cross in. It's not going to be a shock to the near post. If anything at that tightness, the Mexican defender might get a block. I think or chores positioning is pretty bad. He's left himself with a lot to do. If he takes maybe just two steps back and to the side, he's got a chance of making that save. The ball is so good. I don't think so. I think that's back. He would have been in his net. No, no, no. If you look where he starts at the front post, is what I mean Andrew. And you watch the way he finishes. He's coming back towards the ball. I think if he's slightly more central, he's got maybe he's got a hope, but it's such a good ball. And it's such a good header. And the man in the mirror is picking the ball out in the name. So we should talk about that. If you are someone out there who doesn't think that bulletin board material is a real thing, oh, these players, how could they be it's U.S. Mexico? How could they be more pumped up for that than bulletin board stuff? That doesn't mean anything. It means everything. These guys pay attention to everything, especially in this rivalry. And what I love about this rivalry and I think what makes this rivalry so much fun, you can tell me what you think of this, because you might have a different perspective on it. I think what makes the rivalry so intense is that both sides of this, both teams come at it with an inferiority complex with the other. You know, sometimes like we've seen Yankee red sock rivalries now that rivalry has changed because the Red Sox have been so good. But for a hundred years, the rivalry was what it was because the Red Sox had an inferiority complex with the Yankees. And that made it feel a little bit one sided. This rivalry U.S. and Mexico, I feel like Mexico comes at it with inferiority complex of all the big bad U.S., most powerful country in the world. Please, this is our chance to show them they're nothing. And the U.S. come at it with a soccer inferiority complex. Oh, big band, Mexico. They think they're better than us that they, you know, that they're a soccer nation and we're not. We'll show them. We can play soccer. They both have this chip on their shoulder about the other one. And it makes these games so intense and it makes bulletin board material that much more important because they love it. The Greg bear halter when he saw that comment that Guillermo show made and I can read it to you. He probably pumped his fist and high fived every one of his coaches in that room because he couldn't wait to show the team what had been said. And the players bought into it. The fact that pulisic wrote that on his shirt, you don't think stuff like that matters to these guys in a rivalry like this. It'll show it to them, Mexico is the mirror in which the U.S. wants to see itself and wants to copy. Now a couple of things with that comment. It doesn't make first of all, it's not it doesn't fully make sense. It doesn't work. But I think part of me understands what he's saying. Mexico has ruled Concacaf for a while now. The U.S. why would why wouldn't the U.S. want to emulate that? Correct. There's part of it is that. But the other part of it is, damn, that is a bold statement to make in a year where you've lost twice to this team. Yeah. Like that's not maybe that'll come off a certain way with Mexican fans who I'm sure that comment was kind of more geared towards, but like what is a U.S. fan who's beaten you twice this year alone, supposed to think reading that comment? And what do you think players on the U.S. are going to think? And you could tell what it meant to bear hauls or talking in his press conferences leading up to this game. Talking about how Mexico you know, the U.S. doesn't clearly Mexico. We have not gained their respect. And that was I'm sure a message that was being sent to those players. All this week leading up to this game that they don't respect you. You've beaten them twice this year. Once with a B squad, they still don't respect you. Show them tonight that they need to respect you. So that message clearly, clearly resonated with the team and I can't believe I show what has said that. Jeff Carlos tweets Tim weah says it was him and Deandre yedlin, who told the equipment manager to make the man in the mirror shirt for Christian Pulisic. So there was a sense that if we're going to get a goal, it's very likely pulisic will come off the bench and do it. There is also the fact that Deandre yedlin is as Roy Keane would say, senior pro. So it was the senior man in the setup that was that gave his endorsement to this idea. I'd be fairly sure that Tim weah was all over this himself from its inception. Look, it's one of those things where what was it what was it the famous English Bard, the wonderful poet from Leicester said, chat S get banged, which was oh yes, so Jamie ovar. That was it. That's it. But yeah, it was a lovely moment. Just your thoughts on the second goal. Watching the second goal was almost, oh my God, it's a great finish but these guys are like the Mexican defense was at 6s and 7s. It was all over the place. Yeah, it was and look it was some good build up play for the U.S.. They were doing a nice job courtesy of way of getting a lot of balls in from the right into the center. And it worked for them. McKinney got it. It was a nice lay off. And then, and then it's all about being opportunistic in the box. Like, okay? Didn't go the way you drew it up. Ball ping pongs around. Now it's at your feet. He takes a great first touch to put him in position and then boy, the finish. I mean, the second that left his foot up, golf, that's game. Dosa Cerro. You could see it right away. It was, I loved it. I loved it. It was great. McKinney. And you only felt there was only that there was the possibility for a third after that. That's all you felt. You didn't, I was a bit uncomfortable at one nil, but other than that, once the second one goes in, you're like, okay, this is this is just done..

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"deandre yedlin" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

06:41 min | 9 months ago

"deandre yedlin" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Slows it down, takes a little torch, gets it out of his feet and gets across in. No, you may begin the procession for the boy. Well, what I was going to say was way, I think might have been my man of the match last night. You know, we talked about the ball that he played in in the first half to kind of get the tone of that game started that Pepe couldn't make contact with. But it was all night. It was all night from him down the right side. And then sure enough, he also comes on. And he is energetic. He is all the things that we thought he would be. Makes the run across goal. And, you know, I heard Taylor swam and talk about it that Christian he just kind of he's a brilliant player, like he just knows the runs to make when to make them other U.S. players, 12 men mentioned there were kind of flat footed in the box, not pulisic. He's moving. He knows where to be, flashes across the face of goal, and yes, way it plays in a perfect pass. And bang. Just like that. It's one nil, and you could feel where this was headed. Really, after that. And our friend Guillermo, I felt he got to gamble that that way is going to get that cross in. It's not going to be a shock to the near post. If anything at that tightness, the Mexican defender might get a block. I think or chores positioning is pretty bad. He's left himself with a lot to do. If he takes maybe just two steps back and to the side, he's got a chance of making that save. The ball is so good. I don't think so. I think that's back. He would have been in his net. No, no, no. If you look where he starts at the front post, is what I mean Andrew. And you watch the way he finishes. He's coming back towards the ball. I think if he's slightly more central, he's got maybe he's got a hope, but it's such a good ball. And it's such a good header. And the man in the mirror is picking the ball out in the name. So we should talk about that. If you are someone out there who doesn't think that bulletin board material is a real thing, oh, these players, how could they be it's U.S. Mexico? How could they be more pumped up for that than bulletin board stuff? That doesn't mean anything. It means everything. These guys pay attention to everything, especially in this rivalry. And what I love about this rivalry and I think what makes this rivalry so much fun, you can tell me what you think of this, because you might have a different perspective on it. I think what makes the rivalry so intense is that both sides of this, both teams come at it with an inferiority complex with the other. You know, sometimes like we've seen Yankee red sock rivalries now that rivalry has changed because the Red Sox have been so good. But for a hundred years, the rivalry was what it was because the Red Sox had an inferiority complex with the Yankees. And that made it feel a little bit one sided. This rivalry U.S. and Mexico, I feel like Mexico comes at it with inferiority complex of all the big bad U.S., most powerful country in the world. Please, this is our chance to show them they're nothing. And the U.S. come at it with a soccer inferiority complex. Oh, big band, Mexico. They think they're better than us that they, you know, that they're a soccer nation and we're not. We'll show them. We can play soccer. They both have this chip on their shoulder about the other one. And it makes these games so intense and it makes bulletin board material that much more important because they love it. The Greg bear halter when he saw that comment that Guillermo show made and I can read it to you. He probably pumped his fist and high fived every one of his coaches in that room because he couldn't wait to show the team what had been said. And the players bought into it. The fact that pulisic wrote that on his shirt, you don't think stuff like that matters to these guys in a rivalry like this. It'll show it to them, Mexico is the mirror in which the U.S. wants to see itself and wants to copy. Now a couple of things with that comment. It doesn't make first of all, it's not it doesn't fully make sense. It doesn't work. But I think part of me understands what he's saying. Mexico has ruled Concacaf for a while now. The U.S. why would why wouldn't the U.S. want to emulate that? Correct. There's part of it is that. But the other part of it is, damn, that is a bold statement to make in a year where you've lost twice to this team. Yeah. Like that's not maybe that'll come off a certain way with Mexican fans who I'm sure that comment was kind of more geared towards, but like what is a U.S. fan who's beaten you twice this year alone, supposed to think reading that comment? And what do you think players on the U.S. are going to think? And you could tell what it meant to bear hauls or talking in his press conferences leading up to this game. Talking about how Mexico you know, the U.S. doesn't clearly Mexico. We have not gained their respect. And that was I'm sure a message that was being sent to those players. All this week leading up to this game that they don't respect you. You've beaten them twice this year. Once with a B squad, they still don't respect you. Show them tonight that they need to respect you. So that message clearly, clearly resonated with the team and I can't believe I show what has said that. Jeff Carlos tweets Tim weah says it was him and Deandre yedlin, who told the equipment manager to make the man in the mirror shirt for Christian Pulisic. So there was a sense that if we're going to get a goal, it's very likely pulisic will come off the bench and do it. There is also the fact that Deandre yedlin is as Roy Keane would say, senior pro. So it was the senior man in the setup that was that gave his endorsement to this idea. I'd be fairly sure that Tim weah was all over this himself from its inception. Look, it's one of those things where what was it what was it the famous English Bard, the wonderful poet from Leicester said, chat S get banged, which was oh yes, so Jamie ovar. That was it. That's it. But yeah, it was a lovely moment. Just your thoughts on the second goal. Watching the second goal was almost, oh my God, it's a great finish but these guys are like the Mexican defense was at 6s and 7s. It was all over the place. Yeah, it was and look it was some good build up play for the U.S.. They were doing a nice job courtesy of way of getting a lot of balls in from the right into the center. And it worked for them. McKinney got it. It was a nice lay off. And then, and then it's all about being opportunistic in the box. Like, okay? Didn't go the way you drew it up. Ball ping pongs around. Now it's at your feet. He takes a great first touch to put him in position and then boy, the finish. I mean, the second that left his foot up, golf, that's game. Dosa Cerro. You could see it right away. It was, I loved it. I loved it. It was great. McKinney. And you only felt there was only that there was the possibility for a third after that. That's all you felt. You didn't, I was a bit uncomfortable at one nil, but other than that, once the second one goes in, you're like, okay, this is this is just done..

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"deandre yedlin" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

03:20 min | 9 months ago

"deandre yedlin" Discussed on ExtraTime

"Even even in big games, I mean, Ricardo Pepe starting that Honduras game changed qualifying for the U.S. and you could argue that scally is just as just as accomplished now at club level as peppy was three months ago or two months ago. So I actually have scallion in my starting 11. He's the only newcomer. He's the only new face. Everybody else that I have. It is like old standbys. Look, Reggie canon has only gotten just gotten back into the lineup for Bo vista and the other option is Deandre Adlon. And while Deandre yedlin played against Mexico in the nation's League final and he matches up one V one defensively very well, Deandre yedlin also has moments where he chases butterflies off the ball defensively. And burr halter has generally not treated him like a first choice player. So I think Bernhard is going to throw caution to the wind here and drop Joe scally in there. It's been his MO throughout qualifying. I mean, there's four different three days from four different teenagers have started in qualifying already. Scallion has been as good as any of them at the club level over the past three months. So why not put him in here too? That would make the Twitter space is awfully fun and interesting note for this match. All eyes on Joe scally against what the Mexican front three and whoever it is, they sometimes they swap them, but would probably take a Tito? Yeah. On the right, it probably probably be Los. It'll be tricky. And take a Tito on the right, I think. That would be a big test to start off your U.S. national team career for Joe scally. How about peppy the starter? Charlie, how many goals does he get in this window? But more importantly, how well does he perform? Is it up to snuff? Does it meet what he's done so far? You know, I think that he's done a tremendous job coming into the U.S. men's national team at such a young age with all the expectations going to be a butt right now. There's no but I think he just has to continue to improve. And whether that is being the striker who scores goals in those moments that the team provides him an opportunity or being the conduit into the attacking and attacking third and playing off playing off of Christian pools they can allowing him creating the space for him or playing balls in for brand arrangement or being that striker who's gonna create space and occupying two center backs. Finding that balance is so important. And knowing that against Mexico, maybe you only get one chance and you have to finish it. Or you're playing against Canada and you get that one chance, you gotta finish it. So just being clinical when he does get the chance, but I think for him he's done a tremendous job and there's no one else. We are relying on Ricardo Pepe right now to be that guy. He knows that now. So embracing the role and I think he's done that, but just staying hungry. And yeah, I think he's, I think he'll put in a position to succeed right now. All right, prediction time. Make them. Tell me. Winter loss or draw. We've got Cesar Sandra. He's got one one. Anybody gonna.

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"deandre yedlin" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:11 min | 10 months ago

"deandre yedlin" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Of the player can count on who won't be dangerous. So this may be a scenario to see more of death, but I don't think we'll see it at the U.S. men's national team level, said, but I really don't. I don't think Greg berhalter will say, you know what? Well, let me take out of Brendan aaronson. Let me take out a Christian political. Let me take out a geo reyna. Those players who are playing there or let me see what else somebody can even he had Shaq more who played all a 59 minutes and ten at Ethan second division. That's really what it is, isn't it hurt? That's really what it is. Because the options are right wing pulisic reign away a Conrad. Areola, aaronson, whoever else you want to throw in there, you got plenty of cover at that position. What are the options realistically at right back? Deandre yedlin, Reggie cannon Joe scally, you mentioned Shaq Moore. The question is Greg berhalter, but in this case, I'll ask you, do you trust any of those guys at right back? Because if the answer is, yes, then you can move desk. If the answer is no, you don't really have the option. I don't know what to expect like Joe scally from in the international. I hope we get to see him. I hope we get to see him because I had a glob back. He seems like a very good two way player. Reggie cannon to me seems like a dependable right back, but nothing that you would say, sir junior desk esque were at his best. He changes a game for you. Here's the thing with Virginia, at his worst, he changes a game for you. So, you know, it's one of those things where if you know that you're gonna be having the lion's share of the ball or possession Sergio death is your man. If not, and you think you may be on the back end or sorry, the front foot defending, I should say, then maybe a Regan. Maybe a Joe scally, maybe to somebody there, but as far as who your best is, I do think there is a huge, hugest gap between Sergei and the rest. Not to pat ourselves on the back too hard, but we did talk about serginio deaths as a right winger on this show 6 months ago. We just talked about it as a potential with the U.S. because at the time, you're right wings ahead of him in Barcelona. You didn't even think about it was messy Griezmann. Now, the state of things that Barcelona herk is such that they're going from messy Griezmann kind of stacked on top of each other at that position to having to call her right back up to be the right wing. That's that's a state of things that Barcelona as much as we want to sing praise for Sergei noods and he really did play well against Valencia. This is a sign of desperate times. All of course ahead of it classical on the weekend,.

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"deandre yedlin" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:46 min | 11 months ago

"deandre yedlin" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"We're going back to our normal 433. But there's gonna be some personnel changes. We talked about what we needed from our top line group and what we needed from our back line. We need to push up much quicker, Convince the field give our midfielders smaller space to be able to win balls. We wanted to be more aggressive, high, pressing them and we thought that would lead to some turnovers. This is after hours with Amy Lawrence U. S Men's national team manager Greg Burke Halter, maybe some desperate moves that have time of the Honduras U S game, the World Cup qualifying match that was tied at one. In fact, even going through the second half, it appeared as though he was grasping for anything that might spark his offense. But lo and behold, it worked four goals later, the U. S has its first win in World Cup qualifying, which Makes a huge difference those four goals they matter for goal differential, and now it all looks and feels completely different. At least it does to me. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS Sports Radio, I was ready to jump off a ledge or completely banned this team from my, um, my my show altogether in case it was going to be a repeat of several years ago when they missed the World Cup. Just a couple of quick minutes with Roger Gonzalez of CBS Sports in the wake of that win against Honduras wanted to ask his opinion what he saw, so I started out by asking him what changed in that second half. Well, I think it all came down to the manager Greg Burke. Halter actually making changes this time around. You know, the first two games against Al Salvador in Canada were or so underwhelming. I mean, I just did. Nothing right. Really, to results that they were very unhappy with him. You know, it started again in this in this game. The first half was was very poor. You know, they were down one male and needing to respond, and so When he waited for the 80th minute to make changes against Canada. He made it a half time here, and they paid off. You know, he He brought in DeAndre Yedlin bread in Anson Anthony Robinson. They're all involved in goals. National jets portable. I mean, it was kind of wild. How all of the changes he made press the right buttons and help them get the victory. And then you know, starting an 18 year old striker and Ricardo Puppy who you know, delivered big time with a goal and an assist. You know it gets the US back on track now for qualifying, but there's still a lot of work that needs to be done. Do you think he has a strategy with some of these changes in some of these younger guys? Or do you think this is just about trying to light a fire under the offense? Yeah. I mean, I think it was more about lighting a fire because I think he got it wrong. He changed his formation at halftime. It didn't work. And so you know the initial plan the game plan that he had It wasn't working. But He deserves credit, you know, for being able to adapt and trying to figure out something, and you know it was far from, you know, amazing performance, but they had a good half an hour in the second half that that really Well, uh, reinvigorated this fan base in and so confidence in this team, you know, he's he? It's a big job that you're always going to be criticized. And And you know, it always hasn't been that great, but Will say, you know, being without so many key players and even Christian pools that got injured in the second half and had to come off. You know, this could be a turning point of this team if they can continue building and And you know, produced similar performances on a consistent basis. United States finally gets a win in World Cup qualifying over Honduras with four goals in the second half, and we're spending a few minutes with Roger Gonzalez of CBS Sports right in the wake of what is their first win as they attempt to not miss the World Cup for the second consecutive round. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence here on CBS Sports Radio You mentioned Christian. He missed that first game. He'd been in Covid protocols..

"deandre yedlin" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"deandre yedlin" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Now in La Mesa. Its 54 degrees Loya 57 downtown. It's mostly cloudy and 60 Kogo news time. 5 32. This hour of the news is brought to you by reborn cabinets. President Biden, commending the efforts that led to a cease fire between Israel and Hamas. President Biden think Egyptian leaders for Helping broker a cease fire between Israel and Hamas. After 11 days of rocket attacks and air strikes, I extend my sincere gratitude to President Sisi and the senior Egyptian officials who played such a critical role. In this diplomacy, President Biden says he has pledged support to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to replenish the Iron Dome missile defense system and says the U. S. Is committed to providing humanitarian support and a marshal international support The people of Gaza. The guy's a freak reconstruction efforts. The president says the ceasefire provides a genuine opportunity for peace. The U. S military has seen a huge jump in covert vaccinations over just the past month, a CNN report says. There's been a 55% jump in active duty members getting the shots since the Pentagon opened up vaccinations to all service members on April 19th, the report says. Of the roughly 1.4 million U. S. Active duty members about 500,000 have their first dose a month ago. That number is now up to 775,000. Co developer of Corona Virus Vaccine says the shots are effective in protecting against a variant. First detected in India, A biotech chief executive says they're Corona virus vaccine developed with Visor is expected to be 70 to 75% effective against the India variant Cougar Sahin, saying the vaccine has been tested against more than 30 variants of covert 19, and it has proven effective against mutations so far. The World Health Organization reports the strain that paralyzed India spread to at least 26 nations in the W. H O s European region. India has the second high Number of coronavirus cases in the world, the country, setting a new global record Wednesday for deaths in a single day with 4529 reported. California regulators are aiming for a mid June easing of workplace masking and social distancing requirements that align with the state order. They are rethinking a proposal before the California Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board that would require vaccinated workers to wait until the end of July before they can stop wearing facemasks indoors unless everyone in the room is fully vaccinated. Business groups want the workplace regulator to ease its restrictions starting June 15th, saying the later date will cause Morgan Fusion. The Border Patrol says it expects to see a record number of maritime human smuggling attempts this year. Agent Jacob Muk Isaac says there have been more than 150 boat interceptions already this fiscal year with more than 300 last year. As for why there are so many? No, I mean, we can't really speculate. We do know it's a business right on Gui do know in the maritime environment, they can charge significantly higher fees that could be a driving factor. But again, that's just speculation. One person died in Thursday's incident off the coast of La Hoya involving a boat carrying 16 People. Lifeguards rescued 10 from the water. Eight had to go to the hospital. The county is approaching juvenile crime with the intent of keeping kids out of the criminal justice system. District attorney Summer seven says the effort has been in the planning for two years, and if a child commits a crime, they won't go to juvenile hall and instead to refer them to restore the services in the community to address the root causes of their behavior. Hear whether that be mental health issues trauma from violence situation with substance abuse or what it is that is causing them to behave in this destructive manner, she says. This won't apply to kids who commit a serious violent crime, she says. Right now, they file about 1900 cases in juvenile court Every year. This change means about 500 kids in the county will be able to take part in the program. Marilyn Haider Kogo news Apple CEO Tim Cook, scheduled to take the witness stand in an antitrust lawsuit filed by Epic Games. The suit filed in California federal court in response to Apple dropping epics hit Game fortnight from the APP store. Defense attorneys argue it was dropped after Epic created its own digital payment system, which is a violation of the APP store developer contract agreement. U S men's national team member DeAndre Yedlin has signed on to become a part owner of the San Diego Loyals Soccer Club. For me was easy to say Yes, I would love to be part of this because it's a professional club that setting examples with great values and great morals are aligned with mine, and that made it very easy decision. Yedlin currently playing professionally in Turkey and joins former men's national team stand out Landon Donovan in the ownership group, by the way, the loyal as their first match of the year on May 29th. While hole in one in Gulf is considered quite a feat. One golfers shot at the PGA Championship could be a once in a lifetime occurrence. On Thursday, Sebastian Manolos teed off from the 18th hole at the Ocean course in Kiawah in South Carolina. The ball sailed out of play, however. It ended in effect, hit a fence and then landed in a garbage can. Spectators immediately cheered. Even though the shot was not intentional. After retrieving the ball, he tossed it to a lucky fan. I was watching some of it yesterday while I was eating over. I was down at King's Fish house, having a salad and that course was chewing those golfers up and spitting them out. It was so over. Yeah. Yeah, I like miniature golf. 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