3 Burst results for "Paxton Aronson"
"paxton aronson" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Vamos. All right, next Friday, may 20th starts the FIFA under 20 World Cup in Argentina until June 11th. Indonesia were originally named as host, FIFA's decision to change host was a result of Indonesia refusing to host Israel's national team. The U.S. will have their first two matches next Saturday, may 20th versus Ecuador and then may 23rd versus Fiji. Both U.S. games are going to be played at 2 p.m. eastern that's 11 a.m. Pacific time in San Juan Estadio bicentenario and you can catch them on Fox Sports and telemundo. As promised, my man, the tactical manager, Filippo Silva joining the show. Filippo, thanks for being on, man. Thanks, hurt. I'm looking forward to this. The U.S. qualified for this tournament by pretty much running through everybody in Concacaf. In the concave tournament, they won the final 6 zero versus the Dominican Republic. And so they qualify for this World Cup. The U 20 World Cup and the Olympic Games in Paris in 2024. Not the best players for the U.S. youth national team are available in this World Cup. Lots of summer tournaments have forced FIFA and this tournament to be a bit earlier, if you will. Let's get to the players who aren't here Filippo. Chicago fires, you got a pair of 19 year old talents, Chris Brady, the goalkeeper, heavily regarded the season. Lefty Brian Gutierrez, who at one point had shakiri, girardon shakiri, the fire DP and the bench. 19 year old Paxton erison of eintracht Frankfurt, he's not going either. Kate and Clark who you know very well. So he went from the Red Bulls in New York to the Red Bulls and Leipzig, because it's a massive jump. He's not had the time and he's coming back from injury, obviously. And lastly, I'll leave you with this and then we'll get into the actual breakdown. Ricardo pepi, who we don't see him as a U 20 player, Filippo, but he still has the age to come in and play and be a participant in this World Cup. Well, Mikey Varys the U 20 manager. You pretty much said Ricardo since the beginning of this cycle has graduated to the men's national team. My number one responsibility is individual player development. So when a player graduates out of this program and into the older team, we take huge pride in that. So very quickly, out of the players I just mentioned, or maybe somebody who's not on that list, who's the biggest lost for you as far as a player not being called up to this U.S. youth national team. I think for this specific one, it has to be Paxton aronson right now, right? Along with Quinn Sullivan there, even though I have some question marks in regards to quin, I'd say Paxton Harrison has been, I think he's been our primary goal scorer in the U 20s, right? Yeah. And the main question with this roster when you look at it is where the goal is going to come from, right? The way I look at it, it's mainly probably going to come from Kate Cowell, which is also not a prolific goal scorer by any means. But at this level, with how physical he is compared to other U 20 players, it's what it's going to be. So I think Paxton air and some because he'll bring you goals as he showed at the U 20 level. He also brings some creativity. And he can play the 9 for the team. He has played as a center for the Mikey vada's era. Yeah, Paxton aronson, he won the golden ball at the conqueror of tournament where they ended up obviously qualifying and winning it. Obviously getting a lot of minutes at San Jose earthquakes up top, but I'm interested to you mentioned Quinn Sullivan. Quinn Sullivan's an attack in midfielder for the Philadelphia union, very young kid. He gives me giovini raynaud vibes. He's involved. He's got a little bit of flair, a little bit of snarl, right foot, left foot, he got onto the end of things from a manipulative position. I get those vibes from obviously he's very young. You've seen this movie plenty of times where somebody at the U 20 level or younger. They have success, and it doesn't translate at the senior level, but I get those geo Rena vibes from him. All right, this is what I want to get to, okay? Where do you stand? Do you prioritize young players and their development or would you rather see a nation when trophies at the youth level? Well, personally, I don't think that them missing four regular season and less games is going to affect their development by any means. MLS is a league that sells players nowadays, right? That's what I'm less is right now. Is that the future of MLS? Who knows? Maybe you eventually become a lead that can hold on to some of the prospect. But right now, MLS sells their top prospects. There's no debate on that. You bring them to the U 20 World Cup. You're going to increase the value of your player. It's a different experience for a player. He gets a bit of an experience of what an international tournament is. He's going to be facing some top players in the world too. The two teams I've followed the most of the U.S. and Brazil, Brazil's not bringing Enrique, for example, which would be maybe the superstar of the team. But they're still bringing a player like Andre saint of the world right now. Yeah, the world, and they're bringing Andre Santos from Chelsea. That plays for Vasco and alone is going to go to Chelsea. Big time prospect. They're going to play in Argentina, which will be depending on the stadium is packed. It is a hostile environment. It is a different experience for the players. You get these experience and their scouts looking, you can up the value of your player. You're trying to sell players and you're trying to get people to be interested in the league. I don't think that helps the club. I think development is an excuse and they shouldn't release them. That's what I think for it. All right, moving on to these players that Mikey vara that he did add to the list. Players like Kevin barres of wools burg, acts of D.C. United, exciting left footed player. You're big on Kevin but it is, right? Yeah, I think he's a talented one. I like players. I like players that are actually good on the ball, and it's rare in the U.S.. We're getting better at that. And he's one of them that's actually skilled on the ball. Have you seen his development with the whisperer? Because he's actually gotten in towards the end of the games and he's, I don't want to say put in garbage stats, but he's definitely patted those stats towards the end of the games, whether it's goals or assists. He seems to be an exciting player when there's space available to him. They've been giving him minutes and that's valuable. Valuable experience he's getting the Bundesliga and when he plays, he has looked like he belongs, but it obviously depends on how much he's going to improve. I would just say that his season, despite the very limited minutes, it's been encouraging, right? Being productive in the Bundesliga ain't easy.
"paxton aronson" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Things you'll be keeping an eye on her is the upcoming under 20 World Cup. Now, 9 days away, I think the first games down in Argentina, U.S. drop in their roster on Wednesday, it's a 21 player list along with three alternates for the manager Mike Ivan as for those asking remember, Mexico did not qualify for this tournament. These are the players who are coming here, but critically clubs are not obligated to release their players for this event. And a couple MLS clubs did just that. Chicago fire with multiple players and then LA galaxy with Jalen Neal. Her are you cool with MLS clubs? Not releasing their players for the under 20 World Cup. Yeah, this is what we gotta bring some context to it, right? Because it's are you cool with clubs not releasing players? I mean, I'm cool with clubs not releasing players, right? Like if you had a majority of players playing a Chelsea, PSG, Juventus, like big clubs or European setups, you'd be like, don't release them. They're gaining valuable minutes. I can see why you wouldn't really sound. Some of these clubs, maybe if they're not a big setups, they're fighting relegation. I can see why they won't want to let them go. But the reality is, I'm not cool with Major League Soccer clubs saying, no, we won't release you because what's the worst that's going to happen? These teenagers that you sorely depend on are going to make you lose a game or two and then you're going to get really, no, that's not going to happen. Listen, at some point, optics matter, right? You don't have a player pool like France where France can say we don't have what we won't give 20 players the ability to play in this U 20 World Cup and it doesn't matter because France has won something. The U.S. has never been anything or one anything at the international stage at the world level. It would be nice for some of these kids to compete. It would be nice for some of these kids who are in Major League Soccer to know that if they do well, they can be rewarded and go on an international platform and show they showcase themselves to the world. That's not been the case here. And what sucks for these kids is I'll repeat it. It's nothing's going to happen if these teams lose games. Nothing's going to happen if these kids don't get their minutes there. Instead of a U 20 World Cup, the opposite of that may happen if they do. Maybe they go on a run like a Josh sergeant did in the U 17s and he parlays that into going from club soccer to Shaka. Or is it Bremen? It's Brennan. Maybe something like that can happen. But the only thing you're doing right now is you're just pissing people off. You're pissing players off and as soon as these homegrown territories no longer is it exists, players will talk and they'll say, you know what? Philly's a good club because not only will they develop you, but they'll let you go out and play, but if you're out and prove yourself, we'll give you that platform elsewhere. And the clubs who don't, they will remember that, so there will be some winners and losers out of this eventually. It's not just MLS clubs, right? To be fair, Paxton aronson is with Frankfurt. They're going to keep him, but there's a huge difference. We're in May here in the MLS season, a regular season that, to your point about relegation, hardly matters, right? Whereas in Germany there at the end of the season, in Frankfurt's case, they're fighting to maybe hopefully get a last spot in Europe, potentially something like that. That could be massive for a club like eintracht Frankfurt. You understand why they would want to keep him there. I really don't understand this hurt and it feels like more selfishness from Major League Soccer, right? Your point about relegation. The reason that MLS has and these clubs have that luxury, right? That they don't have to worry about getting sent down. It's because the federation protects them, the federation says we're going to have this system. We're going to have a close top division and nobody's going to fall out of it ever. So when the federation then comes knocking, the least you can do is give them your player so that the federation can go and then compete at the under 20 world cups. And to your point about the players man, that's where this is really, to me, kind of twisted. Like, you're robbing kids of a once in a lifetime opportunity. One just to represent their country in a World Cup. I know it's not the senior level, but it's still important. And on top of that, hurt, the showcase, you can not tell me for whatever we hear about MLS and how much people watch it all around the world. That three games in May and a few minutes you might get there is a better showcase for these kids in terms of the international market than the under 20 World Cup. I mean, that's just crazy to me. Yeah, and some of this just doesn't make sense. I mean, it was the Chicago fire announcing like Brian Gutierrez, be let go to the U 20 World Cup. And the very next game, he's not even starting. You know, he's not even on the field, so it makes you scratch your head. What are you doing here? But you're absolutely right. Some of these players. And then also to be fair, it's a case by case basis here because you could say Ricardo Pepe should be the top forward in this pool to help you win a U 20 World Cup, but Ricardo peppy should be nowhere near you 20 World Cup. He's already graduated as it's been correctly expressed, but it might be very. So case by case, but some of these cases just don't make any sense, especially when it comes to Major League Soccer. So kudos to Jim Curtin and the Philly union you continue to do things the right way. And I will repeat, I will echo this. The moment these homegrown territories are no longer lots of clubs are going to miss out because the true winners, the true winners, they're going to stick out and they will be noticed and that's where every kid will want to go. All right, hey, let's get to the bright side of the under 20 World Cup. Let's pick a prospect. Let's pick somebody that we think is going to be the standout player on this U.S. team down in Argentina and then kick off in 9 days time. Who are you picking? I'm picking quince Sullivan. This one was a pretty easy one for me. He's the most Euro ready. I
"paxton aronson" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Saturday. They're playing Sheffield United out of the championship. I mean, Manchester City, massive, huge, overwhelming favorite. That game starts 1145 a.m. Eastern Time. So we're taking city money on, right? A safe way to start the parlay. Then, at 1230, Eastern Time, right? So 45 minutes after man city starts against Sheffield United, we go to the boon this league, where we got Dortmund against eintracht Frankfurt, I'm taking the over two and a half goals. Maybe we'll get some help there from somebody like Gio reyna. Maybe we'll get some help there from somebody like Paxton aronson. Reasons to watch. So we got the over two and a half Bundesliga tilt between dormant and Frankfurt. Then, you get through Saturday, everything covers. Why are you gonna come back Sunday? IX PSV. Whatever you wanna say about IX defense or I see goals in this game, I see lots of them to your point about the Mexican internationals, plenty of reasons to watch. We got hits and we got Jorge Sanchez. We got guti and these two teams usually do pretty well. Over two and a half there. So you combine all that, it's not plus 700. It's plus one 57, but you got a real good chance of making it to Sunday morning with a sweat, and that's what we're looking for. What do you think? You go for some goals, I see it in city winning the always be goals there. I'm digging my plus 700 a little more. Okay. All right, we'll see. We'll see whose financial advice gets you further. All right, that'll do it for this edition of football America. Why don't you show us that beautiful shirt hurt before we get out of here? We already know it's a beautiful shirt. Why don't you show me where you work? Yeah, right, exactly. Remember these jackets, they gave it, they gave us these jackets when we went to Russia. I don't think we wore them once. Well that's because it was like a 130° in Russia and they gave us this jacket. I don't get it. But by the way, you criticize me. I love mother earth. Shout out to earth week. We will be back on Monday and tab Ramos. Who's managing now in the USL with Hartford athletic will be bi for a live interview, of course. They're in the open cup as well. I believe they got the New England revolution next week, so lots to talk