Friday, February 12, 2016

2010 MLS SuperDraft recap

I've put together a bunch of videos and audio clips from the SuperDraft.

2010 MLS SuperDraft recap


That was quite a day, wasn't it?

I've put together a bunch of videos and audio clips from the SuperDraft. You can find more photos and my live blog of the draft here.

In the video player you'll find interviews with:

- Inquirer columnist Bob Ford and Daily News soccer writer Kerith Gabriel, analyzing the Philadelphia Union's first-round draft picks
- Three of the players the Union drafted: Danny Mwanga, Amobi Okugo and Jack McInerney
- Union head coach Peter Nowak
- U.S. Soccer Federation president Sunil Gulati, speaking about Philadelphia's inclusion in the U.S. World Cup bid
- ESPN soccer broadcaster JP Dellacamera on the importance of this year for American soccer
- Former U.S. women's national team coach and current Boston Breakers coach Tony DiCicco on the state of the women's game

In the audio player below you'll find interviews with:

- Major League Soccer commissioner Don Garber, who addresses the league's labor issues and other matters
- Philadelphia Union draft picks Toni Stahl and Brian Perk   
- Seattle Sounders draft pick and former Villanova player Michael Seamon
- Colorado Rapids draft pick and former Harvard player Andre Akpan

Join me at 9 a.m. for live coverage of the 2010 Women's Professional Soccer draft.

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