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Quiet night in Seattle before Dortmund - Gladbach

Pretty quiet night in Seattle. Just watched Vice's tremendous documentary on Pulisic for probably the fourth time. As usual got a little teary-eyed right around 13:48.

Tomorrow Borussia Dortmund play Borussia Mönchengladbach. Two websites I've looked at already say Pulisic will probably start. It must be nice to not have to travel across the country, to be able to just go to Düsseldorf, a short bus ride away. Do a lot of the players drive themselves? Does Pulisic have his driver's license yet? I can't imagine he does. Why would he? The happiest place for Pulisic is on the team bus.

My predictions for tomorrow: I think Gladbach will score a goal and end die Schwarzgelben's record for clean sheets. I think the game might end in a 2-2 draw, or a Dortmund victory. I don't think Gladbach will win. I do think Pulisic will be vital, cutting people up, making dangerous passes and dangerous runs.

In personal news I found out yesterday I could live in Logroño, Spain, if I want, for all of November for 300 euros. This is somewhat enticing. It would be a two bedroom apartment. I could Air Bnb one of the rooms. And I would be in Europe. Maybe I could somehow go to the Dortmund vs. Tottenham game in Dortmund. Either way, it's one step closer to Germany. Of course, I could always just go directly to Germany, too. But Germany's cold.

I'm also going to get fuboTV tomorrow since the game is on FS2. This is something I've been holding off on, because I don't like free trials because I always forget to cancel them. But I don't want to watch the game with crappy resolution on a pirated feed.

Night for now! Don't let the Suarez's bite!

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