The 2019 Gold Cup is just a few weeks away and Quakes fans are itching to see their American players represent the red, white and blue once again. Ahead of the competition, mlssoccer.com Senior Writer Matt Doyle gave his predictions on who could make the final USMNT roster, mentioning Quakes players Nick Lima and Jackson Yueill.
Lima impressed in his USMNT debut, proving to head coach Gregg Berhalter that he can contribute on both sides of the pitch.
Yueill has not yet made a debut for the USMNT senior squad but recently featured for the U-23s in matches to prepare for the 2020 Summer Olympics. Besides his national experience, Jackson is also making major strides with the first team.
"My role on the team is to be everywhere."— San Jose Earthquakes (@SJEarthquakes) May 2, 2019
After an @MLS Team of the Week honor, Jackson Yueill looks to continue his impressive play in the midfield.
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To read what Matt Doyle had to say about Lima and Yueill’s USMNT potential, click here.