David McCoy of WCCO sat down with Brent Kallman during a friendly poker game with teammates. Kallman mentioned that if his soccer career had not taken off, he could see himself playing poker professionally.
Brent has also been coaching soccer. He joined Hill-Murray as an assistant coach this past season, where his presence has calmed the defense down. Since joining Hill-Murray, they have allowed 1.5 goals per game, down from 2.1. Fellow coaches and players have noted that his leadership has had a positive impact on the team.
Thanks to 71 yellow cards and three red cards, the Dark Clouds have raised $4,168 dollars so far through its charity card club. This year’s proceeds will go to The Sanneh Foundation.
Good Results from Bad Behavior. #DCMN Charity Card Club total is above $4100.00 after Saturday.
— Dark Clouds ☁ #DCMN (@MNDarkClouds) October 9, 2017
The Dark Clouds will also be holding its annual year-end charity auction at Lake Monster Brewing on October 24th.
Minnesota United FC is auctioning off jerseys worn by players during the last home match of the season. All proceeds from the auction will be donated to The Sanneh Foundation
The Baby Nats continued their strong group stage performance with a 1-0 win against Ghana. Ayo Akinola came on as a sub and scored the game’s lone goal. They will play Colombia on Thursday.
Mo Salah scores a 94th-minute penalty to send Egypt to the World Cup for the first time since 1990. Goosebumps. 🇪🇬 pic.twitter.com/Cm9lOfrAGZ
— Football Stuff (@FootbalIStuff) October 8, 2017
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