The SBI Live Q&A (Feb. 11th Edition)

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By IVES GALARCEP

It’s that time again. Time to talk all things soccer in the latest SBI Live Q&A.

For the next few hours, we will talk about a variety of soccer topics ranging from MLS to the U.S. Men’s National Team, and Americans Abroad. We will also be talking some pop culture mixed in with the soccer.

Get your questions ready and join me after the jump:

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6 Responses to The SBI Live Q&A (Feb. 11th Edition)

  1. Peter says:

    Will we be seeing Lletget or Packwood on the squad for the Ukraine friendly?

    • Bobb says:

      One plays regularly and well (Packwood), the other can’t get a minute on the field (Lletget, although that is under Big Sam)…

  2. Ilya says:

    The 4th central defender for US? Orosko or Brooks?
    Also is Gomez good enough to make a team?

    • ZZtoppppp says:

      If it’s not Brooks I have this feeling it will be Onyewu. There could also be 3 with Cameron providing cover as the fourth, which could free up an extra midfielder slot.

  3. Sharkbait says:

    How can anyone call Game of Thrones “terrible”? I can understand it not being someone’s favorite show. I can even sort of understand if someone isn’t a huge fan and maybe even understand if someone doesn’t like it all that much. But think it’s “terrible”? What?!? The major motion picture quality production values alone should raise it above the level of terrible. How can any show be terrible with the great Charles Dance chewing through scenes like Joey Chestnut going through hot dogs. The Lannisters need to send their regards to Franco.

  4. Bobb says:

    Chicago Fire really need attacking players?

    Mike Magee, Juan Luis Anangonó, Dilly Duka, Alex, Chris Rolfe, Benji Joya, Harrison Shipp, Kellen Gulley… okay a couple of those are a reach but I think they’ll be fine. Half a dozen MLS teams should be more concerned.