“We have three games this week, and it’s mentally and emotionally taxing for goalkeepers. You can clearly see that we’re asking a lot from our keepers,” said Miller. rice field. “I thought he was very calm. After the game he was a little overconfident, but he had a lot of confidence. We believe in Duran. He’s going to be a big player. right”
Ferry will have more opportunities to compete this year and I am looking forward to seeing how he handles them.
Meet the other young players who caught our attention this weekend…
– Rocco Rios Novo, Phoenix Rising FC: The 20-year-old Argentinian scored points for San Antonio FC with eight saves. According to Opta, he has achieved his target of -2.34 goals minus expected goals this season.
– Fidel Barajas, Charleston Battery: The Mexican U-17 international had a quiet first half against Louisville City FC, but looked much brighter in the second half, nearly scoring a candidate of the year goal with a shot that rattled the crossbar. bottom.
– Naite Pickering, Memphis 901 FC: The USA U-19 internationals scored with their first touch to cap off 901 FC’s win over Rio Grande Valley FC and enter the first season of a new league season.
– Carlos Mogel of Louisville City FC: The 19-year-old made 3 of his 3 tackles and made 16 of his 20 passes as a midfield substitute in the second half against Charleston.
– Colin Smith, Birmingham Legion FC: The 19-year-old right-back continued to impress throughout the match against Orange County SC as he provided an excellent assist for Legion FC’s winner, scoring four of his five tackles and making three interceptions.