~~ On this week’s Talkin’ Real, we take a look back at the 2 – 0 US Men’s National Team win over Mexico in San Antonio as well as the individual performances of Kyle Beckerman, Nick Rimando and former RSL centerback Carlos Salcedo who got his first cap for Mexico.
We also look back at Sporting KC vs Real Salt Lake and San Jose Earthquakes vs Vancouver Whitecaps, while talking potential starting lineup changes for both teams coming off International Duty and Red Card suspensions……
What are the keys to the match this weekend and who should you be keeping your eye on when that whistle blows at Rio Tinto Stadium?
Click on the video above to find out and check out Talkin’ Real each and every Thursday night at 10.35pm on KMYU / KUTV.
“I have one more opportunity to win a World Cup for my country, I’ve never won one, “I want to make my country proud.” – Abby Wambach
TIME 100 – THE 100 MOST INFLUENTIAL PEOPLE IN THE WORLD
TIME reveals the 2015 TIME 100, its annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world. The issue features five separate covers, each featuring a member of the TIME 100: Kanye West, Misty Copeland, Bradley Cooper, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Jorge Ramos. Each appear individually on five different covers and each issue contains all five covers.
The TIME 100 features often-surprising pairings of the list members and the guest contributors TIME selects to write about them. The twelfth-annual list includes: Elon Musk on Kanye West, Oprah Winfrey on Lee Daniels, Laurene Powell Jobs on Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama on Narendra Modi, Tilda Swinton on Amy Schumer, Antonin Scalia on Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Archbishop Desmond Tutu on Pope Francis, John Lewis on Tim Cook, Chris Rock on Kevin Hart, Hillary Clinton on Elizabeth Warren, Rupert Murdoch on Bob Iger, Martha Stewart on Kim Kardashian, Taylor Swift on Ina Garten, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on Adam Silver, Jonathan Ive on Brian Chesky, Tom Ford on Julianne Moore, Mindy Kaling on Reese Witherspoon, Jill Abramson on Emma Watson, Rand Paul on Charles and David Koch, Madeleine Albright on Samantha Power, Common on Jimmy Lai, John Glenn on Scott Kelly, Lamar Alexander on Bob Corker, Karlie Kloss on Alexander Wang, Nadia Comaneci on Misty Copeland and many more.
* There are a million interviews and articles and videos and pictures and features, that you should really check out TIME.com and this years 100 Most Influential People list.
It’s definitely some of their best work to date and gets you up on a ton of people that you should be following, and interacting with and making yourself familiar with their movement. It’s world leaders, musicians, artists, actors, and people of influence that come from every walk of life.
As a side note, I can’t get enough of Abby Wambach.
I was having a conversation with someone or a group of folks a few weeks ago and I think it was right after the Grantland interview with Bill Simmons that Abby and Alex did, I was remarking about how incredible a woman she is. Every time you hear her speak, I just feel good about life.
Obviously she’s a great athlete, but she just seems like an incredible person. Like, I’d like to have a beer with her and just talk about life. I don’t know if there is a person who loves the game more, but also, she is all about making this game something special in America.
There are five different covers and Kanye is thee guy of this issue, but a ton of content on Ruth Ginsberg, Bradley Cooper, Lauren Powell Jobs, Bob Iger and Misty COpeland. If you aren’t hip to Misty, she’s special. Don’t miss it!
The April 27 / May 4, 2015 issue of TIME goes on sale on Friday, April 17
The Professional Footballers’ Association is the world’s longest established professional sportsperson’s union. Today, they announced their nominees for the Men’s Player of the Year.
The players on the short list are: Chelsea’s Diego Costa and Eden Hazard. Philipe Coutinho of Liverpool FC along with David De Gea of Manchester United. Tottenham’s Harry Kane and Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez round out the list.
USSSOCCER.com’s “One Nation. One Team. 23 Stories.” returns APRIL 29th with the Women’s National Team.
* Pretty excited about this here. Content wise, this was one of the best things that US Soccer did last year for the US Men’s World Cup side, and we were expecting this same treatment for the womens side.
Looking forward to hearing the stories. Well done.
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