MNT Jan 9, 2004
Kansas City Wizards utility man Carey Talley represents a growing number of MLS players on the bubble of achieving their ultimate dream: a place with the U.S. Men's National Team. A part of the first U.S. Under-17 national team to win a CONCACAF youth championship in 1992, he played at both the U-20 and U-23 level and is still in search of his first cap with the senior team. A seven-year veteran of MLS, Talley has one MLS championship ring to his credit as a member of the 1999 D.C. United side. Listen as Talley discusses his first stint with the MNT in two years, the Wizards' five-player contingent in Carson, and his thoughts on the development of the U.S. youth national team programs.