ATLUTD: International Duty
Atlanta United players on international duty
Miles Robinson, training, youth talent, and Miles Robinson
Miles Robinson is showing why he’s one of America’s best soccer players. Why isn’t he valued as such?
The Atlanta United center back continues to prove himself, this time on the international stage.
A tough home loss, World Cup qualifying and....a puppy!
Let’s hope to see a strong showing, especially from our own George Bello and Miles Robinson.
Inside El Salvador, Canada and Honduras as the Octagonal is finally upon us.
Following a quick introduction by yours truly
Gregg Berhalter puts the call out to 2 of Atlanta’s starting defenders.
Josef Martínez, Ronald Hernandez called to Venezuela National Team for September World Cup Qualifiers
International duty is likely to throw a small wrench into Gonzalo Pineda’s early days as Atlanta United head coach.
Atlanta go 3 for 3 on Gold Cup call-ups.
Further tests to Atlanta United’s depth
Congrats to Martinez, but it means he’ll miss time with Atlanta United.
Please keep staying healthy
The U-23 squad took a major hit after Atlanta United’s decision to keep their players in Atlanta
It looked as if 3 Atlanta players would head to USMNT training camp with hopes of landing on the final 20-player qualiyfing roster. Turns out, they won’t.
It’s the first international start for the Atlanta United defender.
Turns out Atlanta United’s left back will not serve international duty this month.
Don’t worry, they ain’t going nowhere.
New coach, new attitude
The defender will return to Atlanta for recovery
The U.S. plays Cuba in D.C. on Friday and Canada in Toronto on October 15.
Atlanta United’s goalkeeper will report for his country during the FIFA international break
The Iraqi international will not travel around the world next week.
I don’t think Josef likes his national team coach very much.