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US Soccer players hope to set positive example after riot

A day after final week’s lethal riot within the Capitol by a pro-Trump mob, players from the U.S. soccer staff gathered in Bradenton, Florida, and thought of what they might do to set a positive example for a shaken nation.

“I think obviously we all realize how horrific those events were, and we all understand that there’s a need for a change in this country in a lot of ways,” ahead Jordan Morris, one of many veteran players in camp, stated throughout a information convention Monday. “The big thing for us, and I’ve talked to guys about a little bit, is hopefully as a national team, is to be a positive representation of what that change can be and how we get to move forward. And I think it’s also in these hard times we hope to be as a team – hopefully in a positive light.”

Coach Gregg Berhalter stated he has not but spoken to players concerning the occasions in Washington.

“This is a low point for us. There’s a lot of room to improve as a country, and it’s something where we can all be better examples. We could all be better citizens,” Berhalter stated. “We’re watching that. It doesn’t jibe at all with what we know America to be. It’s not who we are as a country. And it’s disappointing to see.”

The younger U.S. participant pool is making ready for a potential exhibition on Jan. 31 towards Serbia, though that match has not been finalized.

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the beginning of World Cup qualifying has been delayed by a 12 months till September 2021, when the Americans are probably to open at Trinidad and Tobago, the place an October 2017 loss ended their streak of seven straight World Cup appearances.

A full participant pool is probably going to be out there for a pair of March exhibitions, in all probability in Europe, and for the CONCACAF Nations League semifinal towards Honduras in June, adopted by the ultimate or third-place match, towards Mexico or Costa Rica. That is adopted by the CONCACAF Gold Cup beginning July 2, probably with a youthful roster.

Berhalter watched two notable performances this month by from Americans in Europe.

Matthew Hoppe, a 19-year-old ahead who has not performed at any nationwide staff stage, turned the primary American to rating a hat trick in Germany’s Bundesliga. Hoppe obtained three objectives in his fifth league match, serving to Schalke beat Hoffenheim 4-0 Saturday for its first league win in practically a 12 months.

Born in Yorba Linda, California, Hoppe performed in a Barcelona-affiliated growth academy in Arizona. Hoppe was in plans for the under-20 staff final 12 months earlier than the pandemic.

“What I really liked is the transition moments, the moments when he won the ball,” Berhalter said. “The space behind the defense, he was able to take advantage, that really clever movement. And then when he got in position to score goals, he finished them off with cleverness.”

Zack Steffen, a 25-year-old who has become the top goalkeeper on the national team, made his Premier League debut in Manchester City’s 3-1 win over Chelsea and American midfielder Christian Pulisic on Jan. 3.

Steffen has 19 international appearances. He spent last season on loan with Fortuna Düsseldorf and had been limited previously this season to four League Cup matches and one in the Champions League.

“I’m very proud of him and how he’s adapting and how he’s fit into what they do. He looked really confident on the ball and overall made the saves he had to make,” Berhalter said. “He really did take the next step in terms of maturity, composure. The Bundesliga helped him develop. And now he’s in a place where he’s even taking another step and you can see that with his play, very calm, very collected, and he still is still a young goalkeeper.”

Morris, 26, has spent five seasons with the Seattle Sounders and has 10 goals in 39 international appearances. He is recovered from a torn right ACL that caused him to miss most of 2018 and hopes for a transfer to Europe, though it is not clear whether a move will take place.

“There’s definitely some conversations ongoing with Seattle. If the right offer and the right team comes to it, it definitely would be something that I’d be interested in,” he said. “If things don’t work out and I end up in Seattle, I love being there.”

NOTES: New York Red Bulls D Kyle Duncan was added to the under-23 team training camp roster. He replaces an unidentified player who tested positive during arrival in camp and has been quarantined. Duncan made his senior national team debut last month against El Salvador.

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