It’s been a little while since we’ve put out a weekly roundup. The world is certainly different than it was the last time we did one. But just because things are different now doesn’t mean we can’t keep pushing forward. And that’s what we’re here to help you do. Keep pushing forward.
This week, we had three new pieces of content for you. The main event was the video we dropped on YouTube. What a treat!
Here’s what we were up to this week…
The One Recipe You Need to Remember
In this article, John wrote about the benefits of taking the slow and steady approach to learning and teaching. It’s a short, thought-provoking piece that also issues a warning. So, ignore at your own risk.
Episode 255: Here’s How Players Can Impress Coaches During the Shutdown.
John and Joey returned to the podcast to discuss what’s happening during these strange times we’re living in. The episode is about 20-minutes long and is packed with solid advice that rings true whether we’re in a shutdown or back to normal. Most notably, Joey talked about his affinity for players that just go out and work without anyone having to hold their hand.
And now, for the main event of the evening…
Brian Kleiban’s USMNT U20 Starting 11
On Thursday, Brian released the debut episode of his new YouTube series that will be covering the USMNT programs.
He started things off with his first-choice starting line up for the US U20 squad. It includes players like Uly Llanez, Gio Reyna, and Taylor Booth. But Brian added one big surprise in the midfield that already has people talking.
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