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ASN Morning Read: Assists, Arrivals, and Vandalism

In today's American Soccer Now Morning Read, we have a late arrival to the United States camp, a wonderful assist from a bright young thing, and a statue that's in desperate need of a cleaning.
BY Noah Davis Posted
January 13, 2016
9:05 AM
  • This is why we can't have nice things: Possession and Final-Third Passing Plagued U.S. Men

  • Sean Johnson is your latest arrival to the United States national team camp. He's replacing Bill Hamid, who is injured.

  • In your feel good story of camp, Stuart Holden showed up to train with the team: "The next step in Stuart Holden's long, tortuous comeback from injury has seen him invited to United States national team camp in Carson, California. Holden, who has suffered a horrific run of injuries over the past five years, confirmed he is participating in the camp that started on Jan. 11 and is scheduled to continue into the first week of February. U.S. manager Jurgen Klinsmann invited Holden as a guest, a U.S. Soccer spokesman said."

  • Everyone wins:
  • Christian Pulisic did what now?

  • Your moment of zen:

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