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"jonathan gomez" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"We're all embarrassed. Yes. Here's a guy who inherited a fortune and a basketball team. I mean, he could be playing golf. Instead, he's made it his hobby to consistently mismanage one of the most beloved franchises in pro sports. Along the way, Dolan battles his own players, fans, celebrities, the media, politicians, even the girl scouts. Absolutely shocking. It's almost too bad to be true. I'm like, really? I'm David green. Join me for reign of error as we ask the $6 billion question, why doesn't he just sell the team? Follow reign of error wherever you get your podcasts, you can listen early and ad free on the Amazon music or app. Back with Filippo Silva tactical manager as you know him best. All right, how Argentina got the opportunity to come host. After FIFA put the decision to strip Indonesia posting duties, the Argentina Football Association put in a bid on very short notice to host his tournament and following an onsite inspection by FIFA and their delegation on the first week of April, they had been selected as new host. Listen to this, this is what FIFA president Gianni infantino said. I would like to thank the afa, the Argentine football federation. And in particular, the president Claudio tape, as well as the government authorities since 1977, the tournament has featured some of the greatest players of the past decades, including Diego and mande Maradona, Leonel Messi, Paul Pogba, Erling Haaland and many others. Having this year's edition taking place in the country that lives breathes football will be a tremendous inspiration for the stars of tomorrow. All right, I think we're all in agreement. There's some great players that have played youth tournaments. Nothing new there. What is new is obviously have you had my share no, a legend with the Argentine football team with Barcelona. He's the head coach of the U 20 team. They failed to qualify in South American qualifiers with this Argentina team. Now they get to go so he gets a second crack at it. It got me thinking, mexica should have bid. 1 million % Mexico should have tried to make a bit to host this U 20 World Cup in Mexico. If not, it's pretty much there on the verge or they will have a lost generation. Now, let me explain what I mean by lost generation Filippo. You know very well, Mexico at the senior level has had an abysmal 18 months. Abysmal. It's not been good. But at the youth level, at least historically, they've been world powers, right? Two U 17 World Cup titles, two medals in the last three Olympic Games, a gold and a bronze medal. A bunch of semis at the U 20 levels, they produce quality youth teams. It's not debatable. They do. Let me explain of why they produce these quality use themes, right? Other players play in league on Becky's. There's almost no players that play abroad, like almost you'll never have players playing abroad. And they do Miko siklos. Like many camps for weeks or months at a time. At this place called El Centro de alto rendimiento in Mexico City, so it's like a high performance center where all the national teams come together at. And it's like dorm like or some cafeterias. I've been there with a bunch of fields around. It's a pretty cool setup. But after failing to qualify for the U 20 World Cup, and once we've moved, they got eliminated from that U 20 World Cup that we're talking about today. And the next Olympic Games in 2024 in Paris. And here's the thing with Mexican players. I told you the majority play in Mexico. That's because they rely heavily on these youth tournaments for development. They realize heavily on ligaments for their development. Ligaments is a leak full of foreign players, foreign talents, which is great, you know, if it increases the level because as far a talents are good, but oftentimes it's stifles like the actual development of these domestic talents. And now they have a rule where you can feel or sign, I guess, as many foreign talents as you want in Mexico, as long as only 9 foreign talents form players are on the field at once. So you could have a roster of ten, 12 if you want, as long as only 9 of them are there, that limits the opportunities for domestic talent, right? Let's take their counterparts, the U.S. national team, or the U.S. player. American players can hold dual passports, right? And many of those are Euro passports. So they don't count as foreign players that make the jump to Europe. They can play in an MLS team that has an association with a team in Europe, like Citigroup, man city, Citigroup, they also have New York City, Red Bull group, Leipzig, and Salzburg, and their team that they have in Brazil, et cetera, they also have the New York Red Bulls. There are teams, big teams that have actual academies here in the states. Barcelona has an academy in Arizona. I believe Katie Clark came out of there at Juliana Rao of XLA galaxy now Barcelona athletic athletic. He came out of there as well. Or you could even go from USL and make the jump to Europe. We just spoke about Joshua winder. So the avenues are so much greater. There are so many more, but the Mexican players only depend on Liga mecci. So when you have these fewer opportunities to actually make the jump, you can see why it becomes difficult. So they should have made a bit here. They should have gone all in because you could say what happened in the concave championship was just one bad game. You could say it was deeply rooted in systematic and it was bound to happen, but now you're going to have a generation of players that misses the only chance they actually have to perform and showcase themselves in a league that doesn't graduate these players moving on. Does that make sense? Yeah, everything you said is an issue, but we can talk about another problem with Mexico that many countries don't have the same issue. Concacaf in general, there are massive dual national battles. Right, right? You don't see that as much in South America. The country's kind of have their players. But in here, because the U.S. Canada in Mexico, it's so connected, so many Mexicans in the U.S., Americans in Mexico, Americans and Canada, Canadians in the U.S., you get so many dual nationals that not being in this tournament, believe it or not it hurts them, right? Jonathan Gomez, for example, he is a dual national. Right now he's been called up by the United States because he can't get called in by Mexico. Otherwise, you would have to choose one for the tournament. Once he plays for the U.S. and his tournament, he can only go to Mexico if he signs a one time switch,
"jonathan gomez" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Kevin paredes and ruckus postcards, they were added to this roster, rugby has obviously a very talented player who plays it in Croatia for split. They were added to the roster, but they are only going to be available for the knockout rounds. Tell me what you see in books does. First of all, he plays in the Croatian league, which is obviously not a very highly rated league, but it's a very tough league to play, right? To leak that developed pretty much all the players we've seen Croatia and we've seen what they've done in the past two world cups, right? Knocking out Brazil in the last one. Final on 2018. So it's a tough league to play. Now he can't play as a 6 and 8, but apparently for hajduk split. He's been also playing on the wing. Rockers bookstores. That's something to be said because I do rate him. I'm interested on seeing how he'll perform in this specific World Cup, which is a tougher environment in a tougher competition compared to Concacaf. Mikey Varys is kind of taking a risk here of calling two players in that will only be available for the knockout rounds. Is that risk worth it? I think so, because I've been thinking about that a lot because you think about it is like, what if we don't get out of our group, then these guys just never play. When you look into our group and how you can qualify right the top two qualified directly in the top four third place teams advance. So all it would take would be for us to get a lot of goals on Fiji and we're probably going to qualify with one win. And then if you get a draw with Slovakian Ecuador, you're through. You're through at least as the third place. So you're going to get these players. Paredes, the guys playing the Bundesliga. So when he goes to U 20 tournament, the impact he can have can be tremendous. So I think it is worth it. I asked you for some players to watch. And this is a player who's been on my radar for quite some time. You said 18 year old center back, Joshua winder. He plays for Louisville city in the USL. He actually just got sold to Portuguese powerhouse Benfica. You'll be there soon. What is it about Joshua winder that you like? So here's the thing. He showed promise on many aspects of his game with loose city. But again, it's USL. So I do have question marks in regards to his current ability. He's good on the ball. He's a very athletic player. I believe he even scored a few goals for Luke city. He's a very complete center back and I think that's one of the reasons why I've been fika brought him in. The reason I gave you his name is because we've only really seen him with USO. I haven't seen him with the youth national team yet. So we're going to see him facing some top quality prospects. Some of them that are playing for senior teams, and that's why I pointed out wind up. Because right now, winder when we look at him, it's like the potential. Potential. Kind of like how we see almost Chris Richards for the senior team that we talk about is potential, but he hasn't stayed healthy, so we don't know. Right. So I'm watching him in this specific term to see how he does against these top prospects. Joshua Weiner also should mention has received a call up from the full team from the full U.S. men's national team. He was sold to Benfica not just any team around the world. I mean, Benfica and Napoli were like the dark horses of the champions he could this year. It's a very good Portuguese team who do very good in their scouting. They just sold Enzo Fernández to Chelsea. They do very, very well and how they scout players. So I'm with you with Joshua winder. And Joshua winder is a game changer. It changes everything for players now. Like if you're a young player and you see the avenue, Joshua winder is taken. And you say, wait a second, I can go to U.S. sell in a shorter contract on my terms and then make the jump to Europe instead of signing a three, four year deal. Elsewhere, maybe like Major League Soccer. Yeah, that sounds enticing for me. Listen, another one I asked you about and you came back with another lefty. You said 18 year old Atlanta United Caleb Wiley. Caleb Wylie has been scoring goals for fun for Atlanta United, even though Atlanta United has been struggling under Gonzalo panel this season. Caleb Wiley, for his age, he's a very well rounded left back. He's good on the ball. Good going forward provides a lot you can play on the wing scores goals get assist, defending he uses a lot of his athleticism and position to overcome a lot of the issues that he sometimes has in terms of defending. But at his age, it's fine. He's been very good for Atlanta. And then there's a second issue here. Well, technically an issue. A rob is our left back at the senior team. Who's our backup? We don't have one, right? We haven't found the backup to a rob, and we haven't found anyone that can. It's Joe scally. Joe Scott, which is technically not a Virginia desk. Not natural left backs, right? I'm not a big fan of playing righty, especially when they play with pulisic on the same side. They both cut inside. So Caleb Wiley is a prospect to watch out for. We've been hyping Jonathan Gomez for a while, and I still think Jonathan Gomez is an exciting prospect. But I think Caleb Wiley might have like he flew under the radar. And he's had plenty of opportunities at senior level. I made a video about back of checklist of what we have to resolve by the World Cup in 2026. One of them was we need to find a backup that if a rob can't go, it's not a major drop off. A lefty backup. And Caleb Wylie to me is the FrontRunner of that potential backup within the next three years. Yeah, so that Anthony Robinson obviously left back and Tyler Adams at that 6 position and probably the two positions that you're at least that you least have depth. All right, don't go anywhere. When we come back, tech and I are going to talk Argentina who went from not qualifying to the U 20 World Cup to not only hosting it, but being one of the outright favorites to lift a trophy.
"jonathan gomez" Discussed on WTOP
"Presented by indeed dot com. I'm Steve K fin. It appears a U.S. policy shift may be causing a dramatic increase of people at the southern border. CBS Jared hill. Lined of asylum seekers grew along the southern border this week, with title 42, set to expire tonight. Among them is Jonathan Gomez from Venezuela. We had to cross rivers filled with snakes and crocodiles, he says. Migrants are now required to prove they've applied for asylum online or through another country. First, violators face a 5 year ban from the U.S. and a felony charge. New comments today from treasury secretary Janet Yellen, but the warnings are familiar about any possible failure by the U.S. to raise the debt ceiling and plunge into default. As we learned in 2011 just a serious threat of default can lead to a downgrade of our credit rating and weakening of consumer confidence. Overseas, it seems any immediate counter offensive by Ukrainian forces against the Russians will not happen soon. That's what president zelensky suggested in an interview with the BBC. We can advance with what we've got and I think we can be successful, but we will lose a lot of people. I think that is unacceptable. We need to wait. Britain says it is sent long-range, air launched cruise missiles to Ukraine. 89 year old California senator dianne Feinstein is taking part in committee work today, CBS Nicole Killian says her return to the capital after two and a half months was closely observed. She arrived in a wheelchair and her office
"jonathan gomez" Discussed on WTOP
"The influx expected as the COVID era title 42 ends was confirmed by the 10,000 migrants processed along the southern border Tuesday. Among the new arrivals, Jonathan Gomez of Venezuela, who tracked across 6 countries and shared video of the dangerous journey through Panama's Darien gap. We had to cross rivers filled with snakes and crocodiles, he says. Now, in Brownsville, Texas. National Guard troops in riot gear ordered by Texas Republican governor, who is criticized the Biden administration's response. That is CBS News correspondent Manuel the hawk has title 42 has allowed the government to quickly expel migrants to Mexico, but the Biden administration today will begin denying asylum to migrants who arrive at the U.S. Mexico border without first applying online or seeking protection in a country they passed through. Meanwhile, House Republicans hope to pass a new border security Bill today amid concerns about the end of title 42. Mitchell Miller has more today on the hill. This administration is refusing to do their job to defend the border of the United States. Texas Republican chip Roy speaking in favor of the legislation. It would implement greater restrictions on asylum requests cut a program allowing migrants a chance to stay in the U.S. and it would resume building the border wall. Pennsylvania Democrat Mary gay scanlon is critical of Republicans for bringing back the Trump administration initiative. They'd rather fixate and waste American taxpayer dollars to build a wall that the experts, including customs and border patrol, agree will not solve the issue. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO, news. Happening today, the Biden administration will end its COVID vaccine mandates for federal employees, contractors, as well as international air travelers. The White House says these measures are no longer necessary. It comes on the same day that the federal COVID public health emergency expires, although COVID cases, hospitalizations and deaths have declined dramatically this year, the virus is still killing more than a thousand people per week. Battling substance abuse is difficult. And when it's a
"jonathan gomez" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Football. He doesn't have top flight football. Wow. There's a difference. There's a big difference. That's top flight. That's what I'm talking about. And the rest of the world, that's what they will talk about. Now, remember when we did this with the gold cup and everything kind of blew up and we were talking about the gold cup. You want to talk really quickly. James sand, Sam vine, gianluca busio, Joe kini, Jesse's artist, Henry Kessler, Donovan pines, Jonathan Lewis, Matthew hoppy, Jackson ewell, Eric Williamson. Those are some of the players on that gold cup roster. None of those players were at the World Cup. None of those players were maybe one or two but maybe scratching, you know, that bubble player to get to the World Cup. This is a team that's very much a C, maybe D squad. Now, what I get out of this, if I can get anything out of this, it is a guy like Joshua winder. That to me is a game changer. That changes the game. Here's a 17 year old, a teenager that opted for U.S. cell instead of Major League Soccer. And maybe that four year contract that Major League Soccer does and said, you know what? You also said, you know what? We'll give you one, two, maybe three years, less than Major League Soccer and we're gonna give you the games you need because if you sign as an academy player or MLS player first team player, you're not guaranteed to get that time. I think here, what I think was guaranteed, it was more probable. And with doing that in doing so, he caught the eye of a team like Benfica. So before I even play top flight football, he's on a European radar. And before I even played with the European team, he's got a U.S. business national call up, Seb. This changes the game for any young player looking for a pathway, not only to Europe, but to the U.S. men's national team. This is a game changer. Shout out to USL because he's not the first USL guy he's not even the first Louisville city guy, right? Jonathan Gomez back in late 2021 got a cap with the U.S. men's national team before he made the jump to Real Sociedad and that big signing out of USL. So USL and specifically Louisville city, I think, deserves a shout out there doing something right. So numbers here. For uncapped players in the roster, ten players with ten caps or fewer. There's ten World Cup vets, and that sounds like a lot. In fact, it's more than Mexico called in. But when you look at who they are, dust walkers Zimmerman, they're the only two starters, has just feed, I guess you have to throw in there too. He was a starter against Netherlands, but didn't play at all in the group face. So it's not the important pieces herc of the U.S. men's national team. I'm surprised you gave it a C, I really thought you could have given it a D when I look at this. We knew we knew when this was announced that this would be way off an a because of the amount of Americans in Europe, which is different from the amount of Mexicans in Europe, and we'll make that comparison in just a little bit. When you take the Americans in Europe out of the American pool, you decimate it. You really do hurt. So I'm surprised you went with C do you think that this team is better than the gold cup team or worse than the gold cup? Okay, so you gave that gold cup a C rating. So really, really, you're fading this D this is a D, you're saying. Yeah, I said our best just because those players there was no World Cup you're taking ten players who went to a World Cup. So maybe, but it's at best to see, but there's a strong argument for it to be a D team. And if you actually look at this team and the players they have on this team and you mentioned it played 45 minutes at the World Cup, you know? There are players here who may have went but didn't actually get on the field. Walker Zimmerman didn't have the strongest outings Virginia desk is not even playing at the moment so you can make a case as to why they are there. But you look at some of the names on here and that will repeat this. I set it back then. It's getting awfully easy to get a national team gap. It's getting awfully easy to make it to the U.S. men's national team. And that used to not be the case at all. Give me a D if for no other reason, her, give me a D so that our colleagues down in Mexico can have a field day with that because you know they had a field day with the sea grade that you gave. And I was ready to go. They ate that. You want to say I was right? Because I was right. You were right. Look at last call up, by the way, really quickly. The last Nations League call up. One player from Major League Soccer that was miles Robinson. The rest of that gaming industry Granada, there were no MLS players as an all Euro roster. Right. Also called up in this group in MLS player. Matt miazga, of course, right now is with FC Cincinnati. And he actually hurt had a lot to say about his re inclusion into the U.S. men's national team.
"jonathan gomez" Discussed on ESPN FC
"It may be already done decision. But I don't think that is the only connection we see. Now, I say connection because if your U.S. soccer, you do everything you can to bring it into the program. Is an exceptional player. An exceptional talent who's having a career year and he's like 22 years of age. He's scoring at the highest levels in France. He's chasing the likes of Jonathan David and Gillian and BAPE for the golden boots. He's a player that fits into the system on many different levels, very good with his movement very fast, good rightful good left foot, a good sense in and around the box. Do whatever you can to entice him to come into this program. I fully expect that there to be conversations and maybe even him on a list. I don't know if he accepts or if he is part of this. I wouldn't until I know where the chips fall into. And of course, of course. Coaches. That's the main situation. Exactly. And the thing that's a different completely different situation with Alejandro zendejas. I mean, reports even out of Mexico, he already made up his mind. He's going to play for the U.S.. It's not that he has to commit. If he wants to play for Mexico, he has to decommit from the U.S. to play for Mexico. Right. Exactly. And he hasn't done it. So that's also the way that everything happened. You know very well. Like the federation really botched this. Oh, yeah. 100%. They had a shot. They had a shot. They had a shot. They tried making him sign. Thank you. Another one for the national team. Right before he gets on to the team bus with gluco America to play a playoff game without legal advisement without any tried manipulating the situation. They botched this and well remains to be seen, but he needs to commit, but this is a good player in that 8 position for me. Real quick, Brendan Musk is in the mix. I mean, Brendan Vasquez is a unique skill set. Size, speed, very silky feet combines very well. And Jonathan Gomez is a position of need. I know we saw Kevin Perez and Caleb Wiley doing their thing this week, but that left back position behind Anthony Robinson is wide open, so yes. All right, let's run it back. Speaking of one of them,
"jonathan gomez" Discussed on ESPN FC
"You know, we're hopeful that he continues to grow at his time here and we'll see how long that is. Based on his style and Danny, do you have any league in mind for him? Listen, there's been a lot of teams all throughout Europe. A lot of Champions League teams that have been looking at him, but I think ultimately, you know, we try to have as many discussions as we can with player with family with agent and Josh is going to end up going to a place that he feels is best for his development. You know, I'm curious about a player you've had many discussions with. That is Jonathan Gomez. A very exciting player exciting prospect. First off, it's a two part question, which I should never do, but talk to me about his ceiling. One, and two, based off those conversations, where do you think he will end up? So with Joe go, you know, I think his ceiling, I believe, is at the national team level, you know, someone asked me today, you know, do you think you'll see Joe go playing in the World Cup in 2026. I genuinely believe he has all the quality to be able to do that. I think when you look at the attacking side of the game and how he's able to get up and down as a left back, you know, I think it's pretty rare that you're able to see somebody that's left footed with that quality of service and have the engine that he has. So, you know, for me that he has a really, really high ceiling. And then when you look at Josh, again, he's putting himself in a position to make sure that, you know, he's growing. He's developing and that the next stage of his development that we make the right decisions and putting them in a place that's going to help him ultimately reach that ceiling. You spoke about speaking to the player, the camp, which involves the family and agent. What were those conversations like with Joe go? Did you get a sense of what the family was feeling and what the agent wanted for him of what jogo wanted for himself. Yeah, absolutely. You know, I think that those conversations, first of all, there's got to be a complete amount of trust between all parties. I think when you think about Joe go and him ending up in that, you know, we would allow him time, you know, he missed games to be able to go over there and visit it. And I think it's an important piece. Listen, when we become a club that players want to come to to help try to get them to reach their goals, it's important that it's a collective understanding of how to get there. And when he made the decision to visit associate dad and to go through this process, nothing but supportive throughout it. And ultimately, he knew that his performance is here. We're going to put him in a position to be able to reach the next spot. And with regard to his family and his agent and the camp that he has, constant communication with all of them with his parents, you know, his agent and then obviously Joe go being involved in all those. Yeah, and with that responsibility goes hand in hand, of course, and having that success with the team coach with that said, what do you expect from this team now in the 2023 season? Yeah, we're fortunate to bring back so many players from last year, right? And I think there were so many things last year to be proud of, but we also recognize that we fell