WelcomeToCostcoILU14 karma2019-09-26 19:35:17 UTC
Hi Collin, huge MLS fan here!
YoU're notable for being among the first American players to go through academy setups linked with MLS, and subsequently signed a homegrown player deal with DC United. Before this, American players almost always went through the NCAA before turning pro, or had some kind of residency program in place like IMG academy.
My question to you is, how do you think this shift away from college soccer and towards a development route for American players more in line with that of other countries, and as a result turning pro earlier, will help soccer in the US, both MLS as well as the national team?
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WelcomeToCostcoILU3 karma2019-04-17 22:26:51 UTC
There's a pretty shabby takeout place near me which makes shrimp Manchurian to die for... literally. It's so spicy it would disintegrate most people's stomachs.
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