Terrence Boyd signs for Borussia Dortmund II

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  1. smithfan

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  2. LiverAndPineapple

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    Any word from management on if they think Boyd or Gasecki could impact the first team next year?
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    It's fresh News. No word from the Management yet.
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    Isn't David Wagner coaching there?


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    Yes
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    And he may be starting a trend here.

    Let's start the naming debate...Borussiamerica?
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    I love how team's sign away youth players from other teams (Chandler). Seems like it happens a lot in Germany but I could be wrong.
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    There is (and should be) a difference between U19 and U23 players. U19 players are school boys, they shouldn't change clubs for money and promises (if they're already at a top class academy). U23 is somehow our college level; they're of full age, and have to make some decisions. Most players stay at their clubs, but there might be good reasons to move.

    I know basically two good reasons:

    a) More convincing promises regarding a future first team career
    b) More money as a future Regionalliga squad player

    Depends on what a player thinks he could be.
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    He's finishing up in style scoring the winning, and only, goal for Hertha II against Meuselwitz
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  11. ATLGunner

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    Ah I finally spread around enough rep to get you again Bshredder. Thanks as always.
  12. bshredder

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    why me?

    give props to the writer
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    Consider it a positive persistent infringement rep.
  14. smithfan

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    I'm going to interview Boyd tomorrow for my site. Any questions you want to get answered?
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    Could you ask him if he follows the usmnt (like at the Gold cup)? Also, does he know any of the other YA in germany and are they friends?
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    http://www.yanks-abroad.com/get.php?mode=content&id=7929

    He's friends with the other dual nationals at Hertha and even keeps in touch with former YAs at the club like Ellis McLoughlin and Bryan Arguez.
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    What site would that be?
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    Do you know any Germerican center backs?
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    I guess you can ask him how is it so far playing under former USMNT forward David Wagner.
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    Does he prefer to play forward or wing, and where does he expect to play at Dortmund?
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    What's his favorite American food? No don't ask that.
    Does he have any opinion on the difference playing for the US National Teams vs German youth pro teams.
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    Boyd is a center forward and doesn't feel comfortable on the wing.
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    Yeah I just (re)read that YA article and saw that he covered that already.
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    What are his expectations as far as when he expects or aim to train/play with the 1st team?
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    I think it is this one

    http://www.fussballtalente.net/index.php

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