What They're Saying: Daryl Dike

“I think at the end of the day, I was able to learn much more about my body, learn more about the mental side and train myself to how to think [and] how to get through adversity.  think at a young age especially, that’s something not very many people get, and it’s something that I carry on throughout my career. Throughout all of that entire period, I’ve always wanted to be a part of the squad, I always wanted to be here representing the country, representing everyone.”

-- Daryl Dike, who has come full circle in his four-year pro career, returning to Orlando, where he started out with MLS's Orlando City, to join the U.S. national team for Concacaf Nations League matches against Grenada and El Salvador. The Lions transferred the Oklahoman to West Bromwich Albion in 2022 but injuties limited him to just nine games (three starts) in his first year in the League Championship. But he has caught fire with seven goals in the last three months. (Orlando Sentinel)
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