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ASN Morning Read: Decisive Day for U.S. Soccer

Friday marks a long-awaited day: World Cup qualifying resumes for the senior team and the first leg of the Olympic qualifying playoff for the U-23s. Fortunately you'll have some time to chill between games.
BY Jesse Yomtov Posted
March 25, 2016
8:30 AM
  • How should the senior team line up tonight (10 p.m. ET, beIN Sport) against Guatemala? You tell us.

  • With Tim Howard and Brad Guzan both in the mix (and out of form), Jurgen Klinsmann is dealing with a goalkeeping crossroads that the men’s national team hasn’t faced in nearly 20 years. “The transition (in the past) probably was easier, it was different,” Klinsmann said. “Maybe three, four very strong guys, established players. Now, Tim is 37. Brad is going through a nightmare year with Aston Villa.”

  • The U-23s are in Colombia, for the first leg of the Olympic qualifying playoff, kicking off at 5 p.m. ET. We take a deep look at today’s game, scouting Colombia and breaking down the U.S. squad which was of course hit by untimely injuries.

  • After making his Bundesliga debut, 20-year-old Russell Canouse spoke to ASN about the experience and his hopes moving forward.

  • Matt Besler and Jordan Morris are set for an important 2016, for both club and country:

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