Cascadia, the latest association to join the N.F.-Board, are in talks with former United States international Alexi Lalas over a potential role as their new national team manager. Lalas stated on Twitter that he’d be “honoured” to take the position and since then talks have begun between the 2 parties.
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Lalas won 96 caps for the USA national side in a career that saw him play club football for Padova and Los Angeles Galaxy. The Cascadia Association Football Federation are also speaking to other candidates for the job as they look to assemble a team with an eye on a maiden friendly against Quebec.
The CAFF have drawn up a potential player pool of almost 100 players and have already had interest, with Seattle Sounders under-23 midfielder Justin Solomon stating his desire to be involved. The managerial announcement is expected before the end of the year.