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ASN Morning Read: January Camp Continues

Players look to break into the picture as January progresses, particularly Tim Parker, who has a chance to start alongside Matt Miazga when the Olympic qualifying playoff rolls around.
BY Jesse Yomtov Posted
January 19, 2016
9:05 AM
  • Tim Parker is looking to make the most of his January camp call-up, which could springboard the 22-year-old to a starting job with the U-23s for the Olympic qualifying playoff.

  • Jordan Morris will not be signing with Werder Bremen. "Following intense talks, the player made clear that he currently sees his future in America," chief executive Thomas Eichin said. "We are distancing ourselves from a transfer for the time being, but we will remain in close contact with him and are entertaining the idea of working together in the future."

  • Fabian Johnson was asked if he ever regrets choosing the United States over Germany. Said Johnson: "Nobody can predict what would have happened instead and whether I would have made it into the German national team." Additionally, he does not like McDonalds.

  • After selecting high-impact players in the past three NWSL drafts, the Chicago Red Stars look to have had another successful draft day.


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