Your Questions, My Answers
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Q. What are the chances that Benfica will allow Freddy Adu to play for the U23s during Olympic Qualification?
A. Most Euro-based under-23s will not be available for group play in Olympic qualifying because of club commitments. However, don't be surprised if players such as Adu are made available for the semifinal match only, which will determine an Olympic berth. My sense is that there will be a compromise between the USSF and Euro clubs.
Q. Luciano Emilio is not a D.P., but should he be? Also, will it happen after his contract expires?
A. Emilio wanted a new deal this season, but that is not going to happen. He's disappointed, but he also seems to understand that he signed a contract that does not mandate a raise after one season. My hunch is that, if he has another productive season, he will get a new contract for 2009 and beyond. Let's see what happens this year.
Q. Any insider news or personal thoughts about Benny Feilhaber's position at Derby? He really needs to be playing.
A. Agreed. He's needs first-team matches. It's really a shame because he was on the verge of becoming a top-tier U.S. player. Hopefully a move is in his near future.
Q. What will be United's plan for the depth they will need for all the games this year, especially at MF?
A. Good question. DCU seems set at goalkeeper (Wells and Carvallo), in the back (Burch, Namoff, McTavish, Peralta and Martinez) and at forward (Emilio, Moreno, Niell and Kpene). But midfield is indeed a question. Olsen and Fred on the flanks, Simms in a defensive role, Gallardo as a playmaker and Mediate provides flank depth, but they need Dyachenko to emerge. Even then, the MF corps is thin at the moment.
Q. Will United announce a sponsor anytime in the near future?
A. Indications since the fall have been a jersey sponsor for the '08 season, and the new uniform seems designed with that in mind. Frankly, I haven't lost any sleep over it. I appreciate the importance of a sponsor and the money it brings in, but I really don't think it matters what it says. Of course, I vote for Five Guys. ;-)
Q. From a league-wide prospective, what newly drafted players, including GA's, have been signed by the league?
A. All Generation Adidas players signed MLS contracts in advance. Most others, I believe, are not under contract at the moment.
Q. Assuming that Gomez will be traded for money/picks, and not a player like Cooke, are there any other plans in the works to acquire some more depth on the flanks? Or are Soehn and Co. going to rely on the reserves for that? Any movement on a Vanney trade?
A. I would be shocked if United received any players in a trade for Gomez's or Vanney's rights. Dave Kasper has said on the record he does not expect to make any additional significant acquisitions. No word on a Vanney deal, but as I've reported, a Gomez trade to Colorado is close.
Q. Any word if Comcast SportsNet is going to make a ploy to can together broadcasts and production like they do in for NBA (Wizards, Sixers, Bulls) or NHL (Caps, Flyers, Blackhawks)?
A. I'm not familiar with Comcast's multi-city production strategies. Sorry.
Q. I'm a Toronto supporter and have been frustrated by the lack of news we've received this offseason. It seems like Toronto FC are very secretive about the club and don't release information. Are DC the same way? And you're just doing some real investigative work to break stories or is DC a bit more forthcoming with information on signings, players news, etc? Is the lack of TFC coverage due to poor reporting or the club just not being forthcoming about information?
A. All clubs are secretive about what they do; it's the tenacious reporting that exposes their plans. Some markets have media that is more aggressive and effective than others. You don't hear much from places like Colorado either.
Q. Is there much talk among MLS bigshots about raising the salary cap (not for the 2008 season, but maybe for 2009)? A lot of players left MLS this offseason for small European leagues, partly because those leagues pay better.
A. The salary cap goes up every year, just not by much. From the very beginning, the league has promoted slow growth, which means conservative salary caps. The designated player rule was a step in the right direction, but until a new collective bargaining agreement is negotiated after the 2009 season, I don't see much change in salaries.
Q. Who should start and what formation should be used for the USA versus Mexico?
A. In the next few days, we will find out which Euro-based players will be available. But it's safe to assume we'll see Howard, Onyewu, Bocanegra, Dempsey, Bradley, Cherundolo and others. You've got to figure Donovan is in the lineup. Let's wait to see what the roster looks like before determining a lineup and formation.
Q. Who is quicker on the blog draw - Mr. Bog or Senor Goffino?
A. Bog is wittier and appeals to a broader audience, but the Insider draws more hits.
Q. Any word or rumblings on any DP signings in the immediate future for some of the other MLS teams?
A. We continue to hear reports from South America about Lopez, Palermo and Ortega coming to MLS, and Figo at some point this year. We'll see.....
Q. If the winner of the CONCACAF Champions League is going to the FIFA Club World Cup, then why play the CONCACAF Champions Cup at all?
A. Champions Cup field was set before the Champions League was created. Plus, CONCACAF needs a representative for the world tournament in December 2008. The first Champions League will not conclude until spring 2009.
Q. What needs to be done to prevent MLS from becoming a feeder league to Europe and how many more years till a major structural change to prevent it?
A. No matter what the salary cap is in MLS, there are always going to be players who would prefer to pursue the European dream. Having said that, I think MLS needs to do a better job of retaining mid-level players rather than losing them to leagues such as Norway's.
Q. Is there any way for Mastroeni to fit under DC's cap?
A. Not likely. They've spent a lot on five new South American players.
Q. Since we have fulfilled our qualifications on the academy program, when can we start using those players, and is that what the DC FO is going to try to do for depth in this upcoming monster of a season?
A. Academy players are barely prepared for MLS reserve matches, much less league games or international play.
Q. Will the MLS schedule be released on Friday, or will it be next week before there is a release to the media/public?
A. My understanding is that the full schedule will be released next week. Every club has a tentative schedule in place; national TV slots are usually the final consideration.
Q. Who is your preseason #1? And do you think United has gotten significantly better this offseason?
A. At this early stage, Houston has got to be considered the favorite, but it's quite premature to make predictions since clubs are still finalizing their rosters. Yes, United appears to have better balance and international savvy. The key will be the effectiveness of Gallardo in place of Gomez and the new central backs.
Q. When the league reaches 16 teams, will we see a single table and a round robin of play? Certainly 30 games is satisfactory, and as the league gets to 18 and will move to a 34 fixture list with round robin play a single table will make sense.
A. Makes sense to me, but I don't see it happening in the foreseeable future. MLS seems committed to conferences and American-style playoffs. Maybe someday.....
Q. What are other possible expansion teams that are rumored for the future?
A. Now that it has approval for a stadium, Philadelphia is the front-runner for the 16th slot. Beyond that, I think MLS very much wants to get into Miami and, at some point, St. Louis, possibly a second team in New York as well as another Canadian city.
Q. Can you give us an update on the Real World Fort Washington house since Guy-Roland Kpene is the last member of the house after Bryan Arguez, Kasali Yinka Casal, Shawn Crowe and Kiki Willis are all gone from the club?
A. Ha! That's Dan "Sports Bog" Steinberg's account. I'm not sure where Guy is living these days.
Q. Joe Jackson or Graham Nash?
A. One More Time, it's Joe.
Q. With the recent influx of defenders, where does that leave McTavish? Will he be a defensive substitute or will be move to a withdrawn midfielder type role?
A. Great question. He's in the mix for central defense. Remember, folks, United is going be playing an awful lot of matches this calendar year and they are going to have to rely on a number of players. Preseason will determine the starters, but you will also see regulars rested periodically because of the busy schedule. Fear not: McTavish will see plenty of action this year.
Q. Can you see Gooch regaining his form and moving out of Belgium to a bigger league this summer?
A. I figured he would've been elsewhere this past fall, but it didn't happen. I imagine bigger clubs will take a closer look again this summer.
Q. If DCU can't find a taker for Vanney, what do you think will happen? They'll just waive his rights?
A. At some point, if they are unable to trade him, I imagine they'll cut their losses and waive him, which would allow him to then sign with any MLS club. The issue with Vanney is not his ability because, although he is past his prime, he is still a decent player; it's the amount of money he's willing to accept to remain in the league.
Q. How will DCU/Soehn prioritize the season? In my opinion: 1)Supporters' Shield, 2) Champions Cup, 3) MLS Cup, 4) SuperLiga, 5)US Open Cup.
A. Don't forget Champions League, which will start in late summer/early fall. I disagree about the Supporters' Shield. They've won it the last two years and you don't exactly see parades taking place on Pennsylvania Avenue. MLS Cup is first and Open Cup last, in my opinion, although with Champions Cup and Champions League, I don't know how excited they are about SuperLiga.
Q. With all the recent player movement and complaining about salaries, how ugly do you think CBA negotiations will be next year between players - owners?
A. Batten down the hatches! Hide the women and children! The current CBA expires on Jan. 31, 2010. Let's hope a new deal is in place well before then.
Q. Any idea where the United will be staying when they're in TX (preseason)?
A. Yeah, I can give you their hotel and room numbers. ;-) Even if I knew, I would not be at liberty to share that information.
Q. With the initial reports indicating that the WPS (women's league) is aiming for rather small crowds at first, how will they have the money to attract key international players (which in turn will help draw crowds)? And without those big-name players, do you think the league will be able to survive?
A. They need sponsors, and lots of them. And investors who are willing to lose money for several years. I'm sure we will see most, if not the entire, U.S. national team player pool on WPS clubs. However, it's critical to also add Brazilians, Germans and African players as well.
Q. Do you know what the state of the current DCU roster? How many more spots are up for grabs, and how much salary cap room are we really talking about. This is a similar question to one above, but is DC just sitting up a revolving door system. We sign good players like Gomez and Emilio, but can't keep them past two years. If Emilio has the same kind of year again, then he is going to demand the same thing as Gomez.
A. Players coming and going is the norm in professional sports. Clubs are businesses, and their leaders must decide how much to spend on their employees and investments. DCU has several non-contract invitees at training camp, as well as draft picks, vying for roster spots. There still is time to identify new players, as we've seen DCU do in recent years with Perkins and Boswell.
Q. I understand United will train in California part of this preseason. Any word on where in Cali they'll train?
A. Plans have not been finalized, but Quakes Coach Frank Yallop told me at the draft that he expects a SJ-DC friendly at Cal Poly-SLO.
Q. How much will WPS have to pay to attract Marta, Prinz, etc?
A. Good question. Still too early to say. League investors and officials are formulating plans on how to sign (or acquire on loan) international stars. They hope to have things in place after the Olympics.
Q. When do you think realistically the US will be able to compete to win a World Cup?
A. Realistically, how about 2026? Impossible to say, really. But there is no shame in not winning a World Cup. England, founders of the modern game, has done it exactly once (at home under controversial circumstances). Spain has never won it; neither has the Netherlands, Portugal, Mexico or any African and Asian nation.
Q. Which of the current presidential candidates is most likely to be seen at a DCU game?
A. LOL. I'd say Barack; he's a pretty worldly guy (consider his personal background) who would probably appreciate soccer's culture, diversity and energy.
Q. Why does MLS own all player contracts and pay most of their salaries from league sources?
A. MLS is a single-entity business. Individuals and groups invest in the league as a whole - they are all in this together -- and are awarded operating rights to teams.
Q. Any idea if and when RFK will host a U.S. MNT game? A WC qualifier would be nice, but at this point, I'd take a friendly.
A. Now that RFK is a soccer stadium again, it has returned to competitive status to host national team matches. You could see a semifinal-round qualifier at RFK later this year or in the final round in 2009. A word of caution, however. Competition for U.S. matches has intensified since RFK was last a player in this process as several new stadiums have opened and cities have come to realize that bidding for, and hosting, soccer games is a higher priority.
Q. Will Moreno be #9? Whose your pick for the African Cup of Nations?
A. As far as I know, Moreno is keeping No. 99. I'm going with Ghana at home in the African Cup.
Q. How is Jamil Walker looking in preseason on his road to recovery?
A. Jamil is healthy again and attempting to earn a contract and roster spot. It's not going to be easy to claim one of those 18 senior slots.
Q. Does the wave of South American signings reflect, at least in part, an attempt by DCU to be more able to win regional competitions? Presumably Latin American veterans would be more used to playing in the kind of conditions DCU faces on the road in Mexico and Central America.
A. It has more to come with economics - Latin American players are more affordable than Europeans - but in talking with DCU folks, they certainly appreciate the need for experienced Latin players when entered in tournaments such as Champions Cup, SuperLiga, Champions League and Copa Sudamericana against teams from Central and South America.
Q. John Hiatt or John Prine?
A. Cry Love, baby! Hiatt. (No disrespect to Prine.)
Q. What's more likely this year -- announcement of stadium location or MLS Cup?
A. Wow, that's a tough one. Given United's playoff struggles of late, I'll go with the stadium location announcement.
Q. Whom should I support: The DC United (my home since 1993), The Chicago Fire (where I was born), or The New York metropolitan area Red Bull (where two states combine for 46 electoral college votes)? [This question was submitted by FC Hillary Clinton 2008]
A. Well, senator, given your propensity for political pandering (ouch!), I recommend speaking out in favor of a DCU stadium in Congress, wearing a Fire scarf when in Illinois and slurping a Red Bull drink when campaigning in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
Q. Just wondering, when will your presidential endorsement come? The BigSoccer voting bloc is eagerly awaiting your decision and hoping to see it before Super Tuesday.
A. As Little Feat once sang, I've got the apolitical blues.
Q. As the de facto Bruce Arena connection (when Grant Wahl's busy anyway), can you tell us about his plans this year? Is it true that he'll be in the ESPN booth?
A. Who's this Grant fellow you speak of? ;-) I was IM'ing with Bruce the other day. He said he's retired. My guess is he'll pop up on TV before long.
Q. Would you happen to know an update on Raul Diaz Arce? Last I heard he isn't the assistant coach with the US men's U17s anymore.
A. Since the U17 coaching shakeup, I'm not sure what Raul is doing now. Anybody out there know?
Q. With all the new players, does DC have room for more international players, or have they reached their limit?
A. Unless an extraordinary situation arises, United does not plan to make any more significant acquisitions this preseason.
Q. On a scale of one to ten, with one being "you'll never notice" and ten being a completely wiped out season, how contentious will it get? And what issues are most likely to be the sticking points?
A. I'll go with an 8. It is not going to be a smooth process. Issues will include salaries, roster sizes, salaries, insurance, salaries, free agency, salaries, pensions and salaries.....
Q. Any idea on Ben Nason's prospects with FC Dallas? We wouldn't normally expect any inside info on other team's 4th round draft picks, but since he's a local kid, being from Stafford and playing at Virginia Tech, thought you might know a little more.
A. I have no insight at this early stage of preseason, but I would guess he's got a chance to earn a developmental roster spot.
Q. Over at Buzz Carrick's Third Degree blog, there's an interview with Jay Needham, DC United's draft pick from a year ago who went to play in USL instead of accept a developmental contract, in which Needham says he wants to play in MLS but he wasn't invited by DC to trial with the team in training camp. That seems like an odd decision for a team with limited defensive depth. Any insight into what's going on there?
A. Two issues: He's apparently under contract with Puerto Rico and DCU does not want to have to buy his rights, and they are not sure he's MLS material.
Q. Do you see any MLS teams in the Copa Libertadores in the coming years?
Q. What is the future of SuperLiga after the 2008 competition?
A. Good question. We have yet to receive the specifics of this year's tournament. It's an awfully cluttered calendar for MLS teams. This event is largely dictated by Spanish-language TV, particularly in Mexico, which means there is a lot of money behind it.
Q. How exactly will the Canadian representative in the Champions League be determined?
A. I'd imagine it will be decided by qualifying matches involving Toronto FC and the Canadian teams in the USL.
Q. Are you going to be covering the USA-Mexico game for the Post? Also, does the Post have resources to cover all the WC qualifiers? Are you going to Barbados or Dominica for the first round away game?
A. I will be in Houston for USA-MEX, arriving Tuesday. I also plan to cover every USA qualifier, except the second (away) leg of the series against Barbados or Dominica. Assuming a big US victory in the first game at home, I cannot justify covering a largely meaningless game in the islands. Best to conserve financial resources for future trips.
Q. Is DCU planning on sticking with the same formation? What are the current options behind Benny and Fred at wide MF's?
A. Too early to predict formations. My guess is that they'll play with four in the back again. At the moment, not a lot of options on the flanks.
Q. Who is the better substitute for you, Steinberg or LaCanfora?
A. I have no substitute. ;-)
Q. Will South Africa's three-and-out performance in Ghana give ammunition to parties who are already inclined to get the 2010 WC moved because of concerns about crime, infrastructure, etc.?
Q. What are your favorite soccer blogs/site to read about soccer news?
A. I check my fellow U.S. newspaper bloggers/reporters daily. I also scan the English papers and BBC site. Despite my limited Spanish, I also search some of the South American and Central American newspaper sites as well.
Q. Will people ever give up on entirely unsubstantiated non-rumors about Terry Cooke, who is never, ever going to play in DC? Will they ever give up on the idea of Jay Needham playing for DC?
A. They'll never give up, I'm afraid. (sigh) I like Cooke on the flank, but don't see him coming here.
Q. Do you think that the MLS should have a promotion and relegation system? I see a lot of potential by doing that with the USL leagues. That would increase competition and soccer markets everywhere in the nation.
A. The issue is money. A promoted USL team owner cannot afford to become an MLS investor. And an MLS investor is not going to tolerate spending his money in the USL. It's never going to happen. Sorry.
Q. Would it be worth getting to know Jerson Monteiro or is he just another body to fill our revolving "fifth forward" slot?
A. Dan Steinberg wrote a nice Monteiro feature when he was acquired in September. (I was in China at the time.) At the moment, Monteiro appears well down the depth chart. Maybe they'll try to convert him into a flank player.
Q. When will MLS go to a single table? When will MLS cooperate with international dates? When will MLS increase the salary cap? When will MLS get a better TV deal?
A. Someday; Not until they control every stadium and the scheduling flexibility that comes with it; The salary cap goes up a little each year; What's wrong with the TV deal??? ESPN is actually paying MLS to show its matches.
Q. Why are United fans so supportive of the front office? Yes, they land an ocassional success like Emelio and Fred, but they have far more failures, including drafting several players who had already publicly stated their desire to play in Europe, not to mention Guppy, Stoichkov, Chris Albright, and a seemingly endless list of players who cost us draft picks and other players. We're NOWHERE on a stadium, because the FO failed to realize it needed to put pressure on the administration by securing bids from elsewhere (isn't that basic business strategy?) Why is this a blind lovefest?
A. United has been awfully successful on the field over the last 12 years. Hard to complain about that. If the team performed like, say, the Red Bulls, you would see and hear more public criticism. As for draft picks, MLS is not the NBA or NFL, where you look to the draft for immediate help. The MLS draft is secondary to identifying and signing international players, or finding a diamond in the rough (Perkins, Boswell, etc). The stadium situation has not gone smoothly and I'm sure United regrets its initial negotiating tactics, but they have secured two potential sites in Maryland and will pursue one of them for construction if the District does not commit to a stadium very soon.
Q. What's the latest on Freddy Adu? How is he doing at Benfica? I heard how he started off as spark off the bench, but haven't heard anything in a while.
A. Freddy has done well in his first year in Europe. Mostly he comes off the bench, but seems well-liked by the club and its supporters. Hopefully we will see him in a USA uniform again soon.
Q. If I make and sell a T-shirt that says "Got Goff?" or "In Goff We Trust" or "Insider Nation" , will the Post (or you) sue me?
A. Consider yourself sued!
Q. Your take on ESPN's new commentator lineup? Did we whine enough about Whinealda to get him moved?
A. Wynalda got himself removed with inappropriate comments and apparent difficulty working with the ESPN folks.
Q. Whenever there is breaking news, you say that you got it from your sources or contacts, but I always wondered what or who are your sources or contacts?
A. I have lots of them, but most prefer to remain anonymous in order to avoid trouble. Sorry, can't share my reporting secrets.
Q. Does DCU's front office believe only Latin foreigners are capable of playing attacking positions in MLS? Houston and New England seem to think otherwise. Giving minutes to young prospects (like Arguez) or even having them on the roster doesn't seem to be a priority. Or is this part of some obsession with continental trophies (building a team to win in Mexico)? Own enough MLS Cups already?
A. United has had much success with Latin playmakers - Etcheverry and Gomez. Gallardo is/was a world-class player and the club could not resist bringing him in when it became clear they were not going to re-sign Gomez. Houston's man in the middle is a Canadian, no? New England didn't really have a traditional playmaker - Ralston, a winger, moved into the middle when Dorman was dropped late in the year. As for Arguez, an offer of 350K for a player who did not show much progress last year was too good to turn down.
Q. Do you expect DCU would have the same large crowed they had last year when the Galaxy play here this season?
A. Yes. Beckham sells tickets.
Q. What will be Jaime's role this season. Is he expecting to be a super-sub? Or does he expect to be in the starting lineup?
A. Jaime will start some games, come off the bench in others. It's a very long, very busy schedule, and United felt it was imperative to increase their frontline depth and become less dependant on two forwards. That's why they went out and signed Niell.
Q. Are you and Ives friends? Best friends? Arch enemies? Do you think that Niell will start at all this season? I see a potential log-jam with Moreno, Emilio, Dyachenko and Kpene. Emilio is a constant, but with Moreno, I don't see how Niell fits in.
A. Ives and I are friends and competitors. There's mutual respect for each other's work. Niell did not come here to play 10 minutes a game. That does not mean he will start each and every game, but again, this is a very long and busy year - you will see different combinations throughout the season.
Q. Can you explain what the daily/weekly schedule of an amazing soccer blog writer like yourself is?
A. Thanks for your kind words. I am online, on the phone, IM'ing and texting all day to provide material for the blog. Of course, I also have soccer writing responsibilities for the print edition of the Post. And during the winter, I cover college basketball as well.
Q. If Emilio, Gallardo, McTavish and Burch were on a boat with you and you fell in the water and couldn't swim, which one would be the first to jump in to save you?
A. None of 'em. I'm a sneaky reporter, remember? ;-) Which reminds me of a great line from the film "Almost Famous": "He was never a person! He was a journalist!"
Q. Have you seen Christian Gomez at all around camp?
A. He's no longer with the club.
Q. Why does the USMNT treat any game against Mexico, even an off season friendly, as supremely important, but yet the USMNT will send a B team to play competitive events such as the Copa America on the road?
A. Unfair comparison. Every situation is different. Most USA-MEX matches fall on international fixture dates, so naturally the Americans trot out their best squad. Copa America came on the heels of the Gold Cup, which quite frankly, was more important to the Americans because it is their regional championship. They were guests at Copa and decided to use a largely experimental roster. That said, they should have sent a little better squad to Venezuela.
Q. I understand that Hendricks (of Freedom and SoccerPlex fame, and oh yeah, and of Discovery Channel fame), owns a minority interest of some type in United. Am I right? How will this affect plans for the new Freedom? More joint marketing? Doubleheaders? Shared front office staff?
A. He is not part of United's investment group at this time, but does have a good relationship with the DCU folks. Don't be surprised if there are a couple doubleheaders once the women's league starts up. And someday, when DCU has its own stadium, the women's team will probably play there as well.
Q. John Hiatt is a pop 40 hack.
A. You, sir, are banned from future chats!
Q. Will you ever do this again?
A. But of course. During the MLS season, I have regularly scheduled live online chats on washingtonpost.com. During the offseason, I offer these occasional Q&As on the blog.
Hope y'all enjoyed it. Sorry I couldn't answer each and every question.
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