ASN Morning Read: It's Game Day at RFK
October 11, 2016
- How would you line the team up tonight against New Zealand (8 p.m. ET, ESPN)?
- Klinsmann refuted Bob Bradley’s claim that he was “jockeying” for Bradley’s job in 2010. "I could've taken the job in 2006. I could've taken it in 2010. I was not jockeying anything,” Klinsmann said.
- Grant Wahl explains why October friendlies do more harm than good.
- Abby Wambach’s book tour, now with more xenophobia:
“It feels a little bit odd to me that you have some guys that have never lived in the United States that play for the United States because they were able to secure a passport. To me, that just feels like they weren’t able to make it for their country and earn a living, so they’re coming here.
“But do they have that killer instinct? I don’t know. I’d love to sit down with Mix Diskerud and some of these other guys and talk to them about it. I’d love to understand how much they love their country. I believe they can have love for both countries, but I’d love to hear it, and I think so many other people would, too. If this is an ignorant opinion, I’ll raise my hand in the end and say, ‘My bad.’ But I’d want to have that conversation.”