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"john anthony brooks" Discussed on ESPN FC
"News, Tim ream, who had started every premier league game for Fulham so far this season. He did so again on Sunday against Manchester City, but there you see it landed awkwardly on his arm early on afterwards confirmed by Fulham's manager that the arm is indeed fractured and that the 35 year old defender will miss the rest of the Premier League campaign for Fulham herc. What does this mean for reims role with the U.S. men's national team this summer? We know the Concacaf Nations League now just 6 weeks away. Listen, Tim room's got a little bit of credit under his belt. He's got a little bit of credit to his name. That's just a reality. Right now he's CB one in the eyes of many. It is a fracture, fractures usually take anywhere from 6 to 8 weeks. You're 45 days out from the nation's league semifinal in Las Vegas. It doesn't leave you a whole lot of room. Here are the positives with Tim ream. I told you about the credit. Another positive with Tim remus. It's not a weight bearing bone. If it was his 5th metatarsal, if it was somewhere around the knee, the tibula is something that's weight bearing. I would say this is bad news, but it's the arm. It's a place where you're not going to be one in constant impact with. You can rehab and potentially get there around that same date. I don't think this should be a plan for his attributes. That's not like a very physical player in terms of crashing, bashing, coming into the 9. He's more of a technical center back. I don't think it would be too big of a deal. I'm not too worried about it. So the credits, the timeline, the place of the injury, this is just an unfortunate ending to a very, very good career year. So you said 6 to 8 weeks there. We got 6 weeks to the Concacaf nations. If I do the math, even if he were to come back, it doesn't leave much time to get in shape. Here's my worry. It's his arm. You can get in shape. Okay. Okay. You know better than I. I would assume it's tougher to stay in shape when you got a fractured arm, but regardless, if he does, if he's not ready, herc, let's say he's not ready. I don't think that's too much of a stretch. No. I think that might have an impact on his future because he's of the age where at least the fan base and maybe even the new manager when you think of Tim ream, you kind of have to project out to the World Cup. Don't you? And at some point, especially if somebody like in the nation's league, which is averse, comes in and plays that position well, then the coach has a headache, right? Even if Tim ream continues on with Fulham, you kind of at some point need to refresh that position, don't you? Absolutely. And the majority of fans won't be in this train of thought. But it's so funny to me because Tim ream in the eyes of many is like the exception to the rule. Before is like, you have to plan for the World Cup. The workups three years out. Tim reims kind of the exception for a majority of fans because of how well he did and because of his leadership qualities. With this very young team, if you look at a player like Tim ream, let's say the next coach comes in. And he says, I need a very athletic bank. A very athletic duo at the center back position. Tim Reeves on this are going to be that guy, even though that's what Greg berhalter told us, his position in the center back position required because that's what he said about the emission to John Anthony Brooks why he couldn't play because he can't play in a high back line. He's not athletic enough. He used Tim ream there and Tim ream won himself that spot won himself the respect and credit of the general public, but I'm with you if you're talking about down the road, the probabilities of a 38 year old Tim ream being your center back one or CB two in a World Cup are limited. But you still need somebody there to hand off the torch to the next. You still just need somebody there to lead this younger generation and maybe center backs like a cramming Carter Vickers, like an Austin trustee, like a who else would you like their that I'm forgetting right now. Mark Mackenzie, things like that. Those type of players, you want them to learn from a player like Tim ream. Yeah. To your point about the great season has had, you could hear in the postgame interview from the manager Marco Silva, just how heartbreaking it was for him to lose to me. And then you saw it from the fans there as well. They gave him an ovation as he walked off. I think they knew it was probably a serious injury, potentially season ending. So massive season for Tim ream at Fulham, and we wish him a speedy recovery. My only one of my two male koopas and my punching two history. You have been wrong a time or two. I've only done I've only done two male koopas and he's one of them. The other one is Jim curtain. Okay. You mentioned Mark McKenzie. Well done. Because we have to run it back with
"john anthony brooks" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Iran, I did the third World Cup finish. Et cetera, et cetera, his bad man management, everything that happened at the symposium, the leadership symposium, what Johnny ray et cetera, et cetera, John Anthony Brooks saw that went down Weston McKinney in that protocol, all this other stuff. Let me give you the other side of that coin. Can you imagine the first time if he's back? The first time he has a camp. The circus surrounding everything that would happen with Greg burr halter. The scrutiny for Greg bureau halter for the players, the time that he has to call Giovanni Reina up because you're not gonna knock on, you're not going to not call up one of your players. Of course. You're gonna call Giovanni reign up. What that would be like for him. Four Giovanni Reina, for the pool of players, it's a terrible idea. Now, I ask myself why Christian Pulisic would say this. Christian Pulisic is a player that needs to be loved. You saw it there in the Montage. Greg burter valued him, made him a captain, a lot of games showed him that love, and trusted in him that faith of being a leader on the team, he had in Greg berhalter, coach who believed in him, something that he's not had at Chelsea with Frank Lampard with Thomas Tuchel, certainly with Graham Potter. The majority of it's always something with the coach in Chelsea. It's always something, okay? He found in Greg berhalter, somebody who believed him. So I understand why he would go out there and back him the no doubt in my mind. A little tough to hear given the circumstances, but I could see an empathize with why he would say that. So I've heard you many times saying, just like now, why you don't believe Gerber holder should be back, right? When I listened to Christian Pulisic, maybe the fact the way he's saying it should give us an idea how the players feel about working with Greg Berg holder and Anne that everything as grand said during their interview. Those gains, right? Those gains that because you all the results and all the steps. Yeah, they were not great, but they were not bad. So there were some things that were achieved under Greg berhalter. Don't you believe that the fact that players like him players like working with them should also be a factor when choosing the new manager for the team? No, the biggest factor should be who can help you win. Who can help you transcend? Who can help you get better? Who can help you take your game and elevate it to the next level, not who you feel comfortable with. The reality is Christian Pulisic is backing Greg berhalter in this clearly, yeah. It's not that the player pool is backing Greg burr Holter. That's what he speaks for to players. No, no, no. He speaks for you. Listen. Do you think he speaks for children right now? I mean, not gia, but many other players. And by the way, by the way, you don't think about those many other players really quickly. Per the athletic,
"john anthony brooks" Discussed on ExtraTime
"We'll go through some of the pieces that i think Surprising stepped in in a big way as well. I think none bigger than horvath but when you when you go through the line and say all right. We're in a final and you're saying who can. I rely on and final and soccer fans to your to your pointless questioning. Alright well you guys have done it in different circumstances but we haven't seen it in a us kit altogether and if you go straight up the spine from the goalkeepers because all had both of them horvath Especially coming in. And then. John anthony brooks. I thought was immense in this game. Even though mark. Mckenzie and tim ream struggled on either side of him. You really was able to hold down for and then weston mckennie. I think was fantastic. I mean there were just a couple moments where i can almost see. He just has this kind of confidence about him. That i wasn't even sure. If i've seen him before. And i good is but he has confidence where he looks over at berhalter. A couple times in greg's like he almost looks like yeah i got you i got you and i'm like oh no he really does you know and like he has this sense of belief about him in the plays he was all over the pitch all night and got the most important on the on the header. That you and then the other header on the other header and then just tracking back everything and then g arena as well And then christian. Who didn't even have the best match but stepped up in the most important moment and when you look at him for spark dotto up that moment christian. I just love the way he even said like from going for it. Like i mean he's like i'm putting it top bins or whatever term. Used inside. I just love that like because there's so much pressure. Their champions league final winter champions league winner and he's saying okay. You know what you know. Who cares like. I'm just i'm going gonna just go do it my way and i just love that attitude. Kind of all the way through that from the big stars or the purported big stars team Found those moments. We'll go through the other guys who i thought were great but Through the up the spine right down the middle with our biggest players. I thought All stepped up in a big way and can match so you said spine and we beat to your point or doyle's about changing generations. I look at this game and memo chose thirty five right. Hector marino's thirty three. Gordo didn't start in. This game started the last game at thirty five. I'll try in his prime starting to exit a potentially thirty three thirty one thirty two. And then you flip over to the us and you're just talking about youth up those spots..