ASN Morning Read: Cheers From North of the Border
Michael Bradley opens up about family life and soccer in his new city; The U-20s notch an impressive win in the Dallas Cup; Juan Agudelo ends his goal drought in the Netherlands.
Michael Bradley spoke to USSoccer.com about his new life in Toronto. His 18-month-old son is adorable. “I went over to take a corner kick that was really close to him and he recognized me and got really excited,” Bradley said. “The other day they went to the park and there was a men’s league soccer game going and he kept wanting to run over to the field and shout, ‘Dada, Dada.’”
April 14, 2014
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In its first match of the Dallas Cup, the U.S. U-20s rallied from a 2-1 deficit to beat River Plate 3-2 at the Cotton Bowl. Two goals from Ben Spencer and one from Rubio Rubin did the trick. Brian Sciaretta wrote this great piece on Rubin last week. Next up for the team is Eintracht Frankfurt on Monday afternoon.
Juan Agudelo came on as a substitute in the 36th minute and scored a goal just four minutes later, his second since joining Utrecht and first since Feb. 6:
That boy Clint Dempsey on Saturday…
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“Das comeback” for Timmy Chandler: