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ASN Morning Read: Bradley, Gonzalez Do 'GMA'

The two U.S. regulars show up on early-morning television; Two Americans in England's second tier near their returns; Maurice Edu answers hard-hitting questions on Reddit.
BY Jesse Yomtov Posted
February 18, 2014
8:07 AM
  • Michael Bradley and Omar Gonzalez appeared on ABC's Good Morning America yesterday, talking MLS and the World Cup.

    And naturally, Gonzalez tweeted/Instagrammed it:

  • Laura Greene took a look at Clint Dempsey’s rocky loan spell with Fulham. The Cottagers have one more match before his loan ends (featuring a new manager!), and Dempsey hasn’t been in the 18 for either of the side’s last two matches

  • You already know Danny Williams scored over the weekend, but Reading was kind enough to post video on Monday:
  • After coming off at halftime on Feb. 8 and missing Saturday’s game with a stomach bug, Brek Shea is set to return for Barsnley, either today at Wigan or this Saturday against Millwall. Before sitting out the last game, Shea had started five of the team’s six league matches since joining on Jan. 1. Second-to-last in the league, Barnsley currently sits five points behind the first team out of Championship’s drop zone.

  • Maurice Edu did a Reddit AMA yesterday. Some choice nuggets: His favorite player to room with is Jozy Altidore. He uses a red toothbrush. He still wants an explanation on the waved-off goal against Slovenia. His favorite cheese is "na-cho cheese."

  • It was pretty much official already, but Jurgen Klinsmann confirms that Julian Green will be joining the team to train

  • Jonathan Spector made his return for Birmingham City, playing 60 minutes for the U-21 team in a 4-0 win over Barnsley. The 27-year-old had been out of action since sustaining a thigh injury on Oct. 5.
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