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ASN Morning Read: Yank-On-Yank Crime In Seattle

Tempers flared during the Galaxy's 3-0 win over the Sounders in Monday Night Fùtbol, with U.S. World Cup teammates getting into it; Julian Green says he wants to be the "future" of the U.S. national team.
BY Jesse Yomtov Posted
July 29, 2014
8:18 AM
  • The Los Angeles Galaxy routed the Seattle Sounders 3-0 last night, and everyone is talking about an incident between World Cup teammates Omar Gonzalez, Clint Dempsey and DeAndre Yedlin. The sequence began with Gonzalez knocking Yedlin down and then barked at the 21-year-old while he was on the ground. Dempsey came over, and somebody shoved somebody.

  • Julian Green spoke to reporters ahead of Bayern Munich’s U.S. tour. “I want to be the future of the U.S. men’s national team,” Green said. “I think it’s very important to give the young guys a chance to play. I think we did a good job – me or DeAndre Yedlin or John Anthony Brooks. We have a lot of young, good players, and I’m looking forward to playing with them.”

  • Blake Thomsen ponders if Gedion Zelalem is ready to make an impact.

  • Don Garber to Alexi Lalas on Miami expansion: “We will not expand to Miami unless we have a downtown site for the stadium." In the Bronx, New York City FC is snickering.

  • Terrence Boyd will be out 10 weeks with a partially torn ACL.
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