IS REAM A USMNT OPTION FOR 2014 WORLD CUP?

With the US out of the World Cup, the conversations as to what the team might look like in Brazil in 2014 have already begun. One area that is a hot topic is the back four, and one name that keeps popping up is the Red Bulls’ Tim Ream.  In articles HERE and HERE on the club’s official website, two different MLSSoccer.com writers throw some weight behind the Tim Ream in 2014 argument.  What are your thoughts?  Does Ream have the stuff to anchor the back line for the Red, White, and Blue?  Is he development on the right path?  When do you think we might earn his first call-up?  Share your thoughts in the comments section.

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6 Responses to “IS REAM A USMNT OPTION FOR 2014 WORLD CUP?”

  1. Sir Knox Says:

    Ream has shown a lot of ability and potential.
    He’s on the radar, obviously. He will make it to a camp possibly after the season.

    How about Tony Tchani?
    I heard he may be considering US citizenship. I’d say he is also a prospect.

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  3. eltigreferoz Says:

    Tchani, Ream, Agudelo–I could even see little Irving getting a call up.

  4. Dario Says:

    He has potential, but he still has a long way to develop.

    Best of luck to him, we need a good back line. Ream rules.

  5. J Web Says:

    For a first year player, his poise is very good. His delivery of the long ball is already the best on the Red Bulls. With coming into his own and staying healthy, He should be a lock for 2014. Go Bulls!

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