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ASN Morning Read: Klinsmann Wants to Stay

The American head man is interested in remaining with the United States national team after the 2014 World Cup; the Under-17s earn a crucial victory; your new favorite morning program.
BY Noah Davis Posted
April 08, 2013
8:07 AM
  • Here's a fascinating Q&A with New York Cosmos chief operating officer Erik Stover. It sounds more and more like the team has no interest in joining Major League Soccer: "There are a lot of things that we are going to be able to do that you simply can’t do in M.L.S.—whether it’s on the commercial side of things or the player personnel side of things. There are some player transactions that we think we are going to announce here over the next few weeks, that, if they do come to fruition, I’m certain that a club wouldn’t be able to do in M.L.S. due to various rules and restrictions. And the same could be said on the commercial side of things." Of course, that could all be a ploy, but it's worth watching.

  • New soccer show alert! New soccer show alert! Jason Davis kicks off "American Soccer Morning," his 7 a.m.-9 a.m. broadcast on NASN. Oh hey, press release: "The new show will feature interviews with prominent journalists, players and coaches in addition to taking listener calls. American Soccer Morning will cover MLS, the USMNT, NASL, USL-Pro, as well as news from around the world of soccer." Get into it.

  • The United States U-17s defeated Haiti 3-0 in its opening match of the 2013 CONCACAF Championship. Chris Lema, a product of the New York Red Bulls academy, had the first two and Ahinga Selemani scored the third as the Americans struggled for a bit but then gained control. Good times. The squad gets Guatemala on Thursday.

  • Jurgen Klinsmann hopes to stay with the American team beyond the 2014 World Cup. Good, because that worked so well for Bob Bradley. We kid, we kid.

  • Josh Dean takes a look at the well-traveled career of 23-year-old Freddy Adu. Did you know Sir Alex Ferguson once inquired about the boy genius?

  • Finally, some good news for Terrence Boyd:
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