The gang comes together to discuss FC Dallas' win over the Colorado Rapids.
There really was no better way to score a first goal than this.
The reactions to some of the potential kids is priceless.
Charlie Kelman scored a wonder goal on his professional debut with League 1 club, Southend Utd. Excuse the video, but this is pretty cool. Kelman is an 01' who played with the Premier teams before moving back to England where he was born. He's eligible to play for the US through his dad and has previously been with the U18s. Helluva way to cap off your professional debut. Correction: The title of this Fanshot initially referred to Kelman as a former academy player even though he played with a Premier team and not one of the USSDA teams.
This one seems like a long shot to us. What do you all think?
It really isn't that much of a hot take these days to consider Reggie Cannon one of the top right backs in MLS. But I would wonder who you would even put above him right now in MLS.
NYCFC's fans heard our supporters had some issues with language in the stands so they made them a swear jar. One of the first contributions to it was FCD president Dan Hunt.
En Fuego! Shaft Brewer and Brandon Servania got the start in this one. Paxton came on in the 2nd half for the equalizer which you see in the video. The US are 1-0-1 in group play at the Slovakia Cup and have a strong chance to advance if they snag a good result against the hosts on Thursday. Could Paxton's form see him make a late push into the U20 team playing in the U20 World Cup this summer? Stay tuned.
Dak and his family were hanging out in Frisco on Saturday at the home opener.
Omar Gonzalez may think so after that free kick. H/T to folks posting this on Twitter this morning.