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"messier ronaldo" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:36 min | Last week

"messier ronaldo" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Yes, give me the give me the best soccer player. You can pick one soccer player. I'm taking polite. I'm taking play. Absolutely. Okay. Right. Now, in this generation because the argument, as you and I both know social media will take it millions of ways. Messier Ronaldo, I'm taking messy a hundred out of a hundred times. You don't like renewal, reynaldo? Yeah, make sure you get that on social media just so everyone comes out to me. That's the only reason why you get that. Listen, I like when all those shirts fine, but best season alien will never see anything like messy again. I promise you that. We will see another athletic specimen like Christian Ronaldo. We will. He may not be at the level that Ronaldo is, but my God, messy is something I've never seen before. What's it like when they put the card in front of you? Nothing better. But they call you over. They call you over. You're getting a yellow card. What's that like? Yeah, well Dan, let me ask you, did you ever get a slip in school? Like you were called out from the class and the teacher had to give you a slip and you were like, oh, no, now I'm in trouble. It's no different. It's just, there's a split second where everything puckers up and everything gets real tight. You're like, is it yellow or red? I'm good. I'm fine. When it comes red, then you're like, oh, no, what did I just do? Did I do it? And I did. Can you say that? Can you argue your case? Yeah, but what's the card? There's no video for you. There's a little, there's actually video review now that can maybe change it if it's egregious, but usually they don't, but you could say anything you want, that referee's not all of a sudden gonna go, yeah, you know what? Good argument. I'm gonna put the card back. Now it's out. Once it's out, you're in trouble. Scariest atmosphere you ever played in. Oh, that's a real good one. World Cup qualifier in Central America where I thought people were throwing water at me. I thought they were throwing objects and it was urine. Feces and batteries. Wow. Okay, if you have to pick. Now, listen, in this business now and being in the media, it's not, you know, I would argue I've had bags of feces thrown at me in different ways. It's just it's never really hit me. On the shoulder. Yeah. It's usually on social media. Exactly. It's a bag of feces. That's a tweet there. But if you were going to pick, you could have batteries urine or feces thrown at you while you're playing. Yeah, listen, it's totally fine. I'm a dad now. I'll take it back again any day. And you know, it may be I'm exhausted. I can use a luckily to answer your question though. The answer your question, Borussia Dortmund, we played Germany in Dortmund stadium, and it's the yellow wall behind the goal, and it's over 30,000 fans just behind the goal, Dan, I'm not going to tell you how many times I had to change my underwear before that game started. Do you still have people who four years ago they bring up what are we doing rent to you? Yeah, it's on cameo and one would argue that I made 30 people's day on by the way, they asked me to do that on Valentine's Day. Just let that simmer down. I had many people ask me to do what are you doing? Is it a brand? A breakup video on Valentine's Day? Wait,

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"messier ronaldo" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

06:16 min | Last month

"messier ronaldo" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"Join NYCFC's vaunted academy, then still in its very early years, progressing through the squads, emerging as a more defined player, making the move from center midfield to right back. And Joe, in the early days, naturally gifted players like yourself tend to become the center of gravity on you fields in need of a goal, you wind up playing attacking mid or striker, under pressure and your anchoring the defense. But that move to right back. Really nuanced. Did you resist it at first? I feel like if I was at NYC for longer, I would have resisted a little, but it was within my first 5 months where I was kind of like, whatever you say, I'm gonna do, you know? But of course, when you're an attacker, you want to score goals, get assists, then when you get put back to defense, it's not your favorite thing when you're younger, but now looking back, I couldn't be happier. When did it click for you that it could be the position where you could best impact the game around you? I think really when I started watching soccer Moore and realized that fullbacks aren't just defense, they also attack. So I could put what I did in the midfield and to write back. So when I realized that I have the athletic ability, technical ability, there was much that wasn't going to hold me back. So I just ran with it. Who are you watching? I've watched a lot of Danny alves, but my game doesn't really correlate to his, you know, he's a very technical player and a very attacking so. Now I would think a Kyle walker as a mentor because he's very fast, athletic and very defensive. So it's I've tried mimic his game. I was a long before you found yourself face to face with NYCFC first team members competing in training with a squad that contained talents, both old and young, David villa and Trey perley Lampard. Legendary coach once a player listeners, Frank Lampard, and the pride of leads Jackie Harrison. What do you remember about the quality you're surrounded with? And what did the training ground memories when you were so blurred the young that stand out to you? I have this one drill we did just stuck in my head with pure love. So it was the goalie would kick the ball to midfield the 6 would receive it, pass away, and then we'd go to against you on the wings or one against one. And every other midfielder would take two, three touches when they received the ball from a Sean Johnson. He took one touch and played it out wide directly. I had no idea what was going on. I think I was 14 at the time. I didn't even know that was possible for someone to do that just not even take a touch and he just hit it one time out of the air perfect every time ten out of ten to the person this was something that stood out to me right in my crazy. But he also did it so derisively it was like just so if he'd turn around and just caught the ball in his buttocks, 14 year old you would not have been more shocked at what you were saying, right? It almost almost seems superhuman to watch him. Yeah, exactly. And I still feel like even to this day, he's definitely able to do it. And I still see people on my team or even at the none of us can do this. He's one of the best ever. Were you nervous playing with these guys? Or are you too young to know that you should be afraid? Who really stuck out to me was down in beer because you would play with him in a seafood and all these. And he was always the highest rated. So seeing him, it's like, you know, you don't want to touch it when he goes to dribble at you one against one. What about Jack Harrison? Did he stand out as a guy that you were like that guy? He's going to make it. Yeah, in training everything. If he was taking you on one on one, he was going to beat you in school. And he could go left foot right foot. So that's why everyone knew that he was going to be a great player. So can my everyone knowing also with you at the NYCFC academy at this time, you good friend G arena. What was the Joe geo link up like back then? We was in sync on the field as you are off it. I mean, when you have chemistry off the field, it always helps on the field. We can always push each other and it's like we know what each other are going to do before we do it. There's one play in the Nike friendly so I forget if it's the first or second year where the ball was played by Tim because we both played on the right and he and let it go through his legs to defend a ran of him and I knew exactly what he was going to do. We went on it and scored from this play and everyone had no idea what we were doing but it was just the chemistry off the field that brought it on the field and it's like unstoppable. Just Vulcan mind meld the two. Yeah, exactly. What was young geo like was it always clear to everyone that he was going to be the prince who was promised. Everyone knew from 13 years old, 12, 13 years old that he was going to be a special player. We were down. He would score the goal. He would help us win games, orchestrate on the field. So just the way he collides with the ball. And his awareness for being as tall as he is, he's so agile, fast, quick. He's got a little on his position, so that's what makes him great. You and GA were also part of the U.S. men's national team under 15 setup together. Part of the squad that finished runners up in the 2017 Concacaf U 15 championships alongside the likes of George ballet and gianluca boutique, a few years behind elder statesman Christian Pulisic, Tyler Adams, western McKinney, sounds so fully to say that, but that's what they are. What were they to you back there? Were they like older pros, whose attention you wanted to get with a role models whose past you wanted a follow or were they just guys? To be honest, I don't think we ever talked about all these guys when we were younger. You know, it was more we would talk about messier Ronaldo, things like this. You never really talked about our own national team. I think you're so young when the U.S. inequality. So we were all still out of the loop on what was going on and of course we all knew pool station. He was the role model for all of us. The path to follow, especially for all of us in Germany. I mean, he's at the biggest one of the biggest clubs in the world now. So if we could all try to follow this path, something's going right in U.S. soccer. Back into the club setup, you follow the pride of rye, New York, James sands, and became the second of NYCFC academy player to sign a professional contract with the club. But really, before you could even stamp your mark on MLS, the opportunity to put a stamp in your passport arose instead and Borussia munch and gladbach put $2 million on the table in November 2019 to secure your services.

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