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Name Jordan Morris
Gender Male
Ethnic American
Job American Footballer
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Affiliation

Org USA National Team
Club as Player Seattle Sounders
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2015 04 25 Retrieve

[Jordan Morris on scoring his first goal for USA and why he will not leave Stanford University early to become a professional footballer] Unbelievable. It’s something I’ve been dreaming about since I was a little kid, to start for the national team, and to score a goal was just amazing, especially against Mexico in front of a sellout crowd. But I won’t go pro now. Honestly, I just love it [at Stanford University]. The soccer, the school, just the atmosphere of being at Stanford is amazing. I realise that it’s something I’ll never be able to get back [if I leave]. I could go back and finish school in 15-20 years - hopefully after a long career - but this time, when you’re the same age as everyone, you have great friends, and playing soccer there is just an experience I’ll never get back

2017 02 18 Retrieve

[Jordan Morris tells that he studies Javier Hernandez and Luis Suarez’s movement] I watch as a casual fan, but I also definitely try to watch guys who play my position. They’re the poachers in the box who make these movements or don’t make these movements, and how they get so wide open in the box to finish off these plays. For me as a forward, that’s always part of my game. What I’m trying to get better at is my finishing and in the box trying to be more of a poacher. I look at Chicharito and Luis Suarez, their movement and what they do to get open and make space for themselves, and of course, the finishing touch they put on it. I definitely like to watch guys like that to see how I can improve my game

2019 10 12 Retrieve

[USMNT demolishes overmatched Cuba, but bigger challenges lie ahead] Something that’s been stressed is getting behind the opposing back line and trying to creating opportunities. It’s a continued process and it’s part of the system we’re playing

2019 10 20 Retrieve

[After overcoming injury and expectations, Jordan Morris has grown into eattle Sounders star] It’s just good to be back, playing in playoff games like this. Last couple of years I’ve been hurt, 2017 the majority of the playoffs, 2018 out for the whole playoffs. So, to be back in these games is just special

2019 11 08 Retrieve

[Once youngster, now leader: How Jordan Morris have grown as Sounders prepare for another MLS Cup final] I’m completely happy with my decision. I do get asked sometimes, but I have zero regrets. The team has been very successful and I’ve grown as a player here, especially this last year, I’ve continued to develop and grow. MLS is growing and getting better and it’s exciting to be a part of that. But for me personally, it would be a dream come true to win MLS Cup in my hometown. Obviously we got one before and that was super special, but to win one here in front of our fans, they deserve it. This city deserves it