TEAM NEWS: Pulisic in USA lineup vs. T&T

first_imgUnited States USMNT TEAM NEWS: Pulisic in starting lineup for USA against Trinidad & Tobago Goal Last updated 2 years ago 06:50 10/11/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Christian Pulisic USA USA Today Sports United States WC Qualification CONCACAF Trinidad and Tobago v United States Trinidad and Tobago The 19-year-old suffered a calf injury last Friday against Panama, but he has been named to Bruce Arena’s starting XI in the final World Cup qualifier Christian Pulisic has been named to the U.S. national team starting XI against Trinidad & Tobago, despite suffering a calf injury in last Friday’s win over Panama.After a training session Monday, the 19-year-old wouldn’t definitely say he would play in the potential World Cup-clinching qualifying match at Ato Boldon Stadium.Bruce Arena named an unchanged starting lineup, going with the same 11 players that dismantled Panama 4-0 last Friday. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. All comes down to this! 🇺🇸 Meet your starting XI for #TRIvUSA.Lineup notes » https://t.co/KXWMSFAEKC pic.twitter.com/P8RrtCpc8h— U.S. Soccer (@ussoccer) October 10, 2017The U.S. can clinch a spot in Russia 2018 with a win, while a draw will also likely be enough to advance due to goal differential over Panama and Honduras. Starting XI: Tim Howard, DeAndre Yedlin, Omar Gonzalez, Michael Bradley, Matt Besler, Darlington Nagbe, Bobby Wood, Christian Pulisic, Jorge Villafana, Jozy Altidore, Paul ArriolaGFX USA Starting XI 10062017last_img read more

September 24 2003 BRIDGE TO UNIT 6 A bridge on t

first_imgSeptember 24, 2003BRIDGE TO UNIT 6: A bridge on the north side of Unit 6 of the East Crescent, second floor level, will connect to a staircase leading to the third level. The framework for the bridge is complete. [Photo & text: sa] Tomiaki Tamura and construction volunteer, Nobuhiro Hirata, put the finishing touch to the silt. Paolo Soleri checks the silt before the pour. [Photo: Ayano Atsumi & text: sa] Construction crew member Corey Frendberg, and workshoppers, Mirelle Packer and Boris Pizzeghello, apply a grey slurry coat directly onto the silt. [Photo: Ayano Atsumi & text: sa] Workshopper Rob Hirsch transfers mixed concrete into a wheel barrow held by workshopper Siobhan Watts. [Photo: Ayano Atsumi & text: sa] The Rebar cage is installed after the first layer of concrete has been poured. The construction crew distributes and packs the second layer of concrete. [Photo: Ayano Atsumi & text: sa] Workshopper Chiara Perrone screeds the concrete for a smooth surface. [Photo: Ayano Atsumi & text: sa]last_img read more