SBI Stoppage Time: A look back at the U.S. Under-20 National Team Scrimmage

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13 Responses to SBI Stoppage Time: A look back at the U.S. Under-20 National Team Scrimmage

  1. maka says:

    good job with the stripes. they are definitely thinning.

    (SBI-Going to take more than stripes. I’ll start hitting the gym soon so you can stop commenting on my figure.)

  2. Good job guys. Love these reports. Thanks for keeping us informed.

  3. John says:

    What about Conor Doyle? How did he show? He’s the only one playing a role on a senior team (I believe).

  4. MrTuktoyaktuk says:

    Great report, thanks! This looks to be a very exciting U-20 team and I’m glad you are there to see what’s going on.

  5. Thorpinski says:

    Great news about the 3 German based players.

    Have not heard much about Gale lately. Is he impressing? or just business as usual?

  6. Chad says:

    Loving all the updates and talk on the U20’s that have been coming lately.

  7. wally says:

    coverage of combine and u20’s has been tremendous. good work ives and crew.

  8. Quite insightful. Love to hear that the depth chart is growing and that there is so much competition within this group. Thanks for the report. If you get near Lauderdale-By-The-Sea… grab a La Spada’s hoagie. They’re a local favorite.

  9. LookingForTalent says:

    Great job Ives, thanks for the reports. Be even better if you put a face on some of these names.

  10. Abumax says:

    Haha, how tiny is that Boston Herald guy next to Ives? :-)

  11. Juan from L.A. says:

    Ives and Company thanks for this report. Very thorough and especially for someone who hasn’t been following the U-20 cycle. Snaps or footage from the game would had been awesome.

    I think you should start making your special of who you think should get the tickets to go to Colombia. YA did it and from your perspective it will be nice to read. Also regardless of where Salgado goes what club would be best for him to go if he had the option? I think a gaLAxy (they just lost Buddle and Bowen and L.A. would be a good place for him to start), Sounders FC (shadowing the likes of Nkufo and under the belt of Sigi would help him), FC Dallas (this is the club for the youth…Hyndman can have the patience to develop him), or DC United (he has friends there and he enjoyed his practice stint there) would be the best option.

  12. The Dude says:

    I wish the MLS-bound guys were at the Combine. But, whatever. I’d take Salgado in the draft. His finishing is usually good. Great prospect.

  13. AC says:

    SOCCERBYIVES is really growing as a site!….Love the video commentaries and stories!…Keep it up!