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ASN Morning Read: Welcome Back, Da Boy

The United States men's national team could get a key cog back before the October qualifiers; U.S. Soccer Federation head Sunil Gulati has a challenger for the top spot, which could get interesting.
BY Noah Davis Posted
September 13, 2017
3:50 AM
  • Getting Sebastian Lletget back for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers would be huge:
  • Who should start the match against Panama?

  • This is... a good thing? "For several months, Boston attorney Steve Gans has been on a listening tour of sorts in deciding whether to run for the U.S. Soccer Federation presidency. He attended youth soccer’s assembly in Dallas this summer, exchanged thoughts with former players and received feedback from those involved in the sport from the under-9 level to MLS.And he reached the conclusion that he needs to run for a position that Sunil Gulati, a powerful figure in both American and global soccer, has held for 11 years through three elections without a challenger."

  • Good story: "Like so many in the city, the Houston Dynamo was affected by Hurricane Harvey. In its aftermath, the club has played a role in the city's healing; ESPN FC traveled to Houston to hear stories from players, club employees and fans."

  • World Cup tickets sales start tomorrow. How is that possible?

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