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ProSoccerTalk’s daily soccer re-set

Nov 12, 2012, 7:30 AM EDT

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Soccer birthdays:

Long, long, long-time MLS man Tyrone Marshall turns 38.

Long, long, long-time South African international striker Benni McCarthy turns 35.

English journeyman D.J. Campbell turns 31.

Big Important Stories of the Day:

United States national team manager Jurgen Klinsmann (pictured), already in position in Europe, releases his roster for Wednesday’s match against Russia. This closes Klinsmman’s first full year in charge.

RASNoD (Random American Soccer Name of the Day:  Ante Razov

*Ahead on the blog today:

There’s plenty to go over regarding the MLS playoffs, where the conference semifinal series are halfway done. And, of course, we’ll go over Klinsmann’s selections for the Wednesday contest against Russia.

Twitter daps:


What you should watch on TV today:

Monday FA Cup clash, anybody? AFC Wimbledon faces York City in a battle between lower tier teams. It’s on Fox Soccer Channel at 1:45 p.m. ET.

We’ll leave you with this:  Uh, we don’t like to complain, but are you about to get Houston-Los Angeles again for MLS Cup, a repeat of the 2011 championship? And inside the very same building, too?

  1. tylerbetts - Nov 12, 2012 at 8:09 AM

    I’d like to see you guys go more in-depth on just how huge the CCL bonus is for these clubs. The one team that doesn’t have that edge this year that’s still alive – DC United – is being eaten alive by depth issues. Would those issues still be there with CCL bonuses? Probably. Those perks don’t let you replace guys the caliber of Najar or DeRo. But, they would mitigate it a bit, and maybe they’d be looking at a less steep climb.

    (And, I’m not just saying that because I want MLS clubs to put more value on CCL … that’d just be an added bonus for me)

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