Today the Brotherly Game is scheduled to talk with both Shea Salinas and Andrew Jacobson, former Philadelphia Union midfielders. We'd like to give you the opportunity to get some questions of your own into the interviews for answers from the players.
In the comments section below post any questions you'd like to see answered by one (or both) of the players.
Salinas, who is now with the Vancouver Whitecaps after the 2010 MLS Expansion Draft, was a fan favorite in Philadelphia before the Union chose not to protect him during the Expansion Draft. Despite being told only 24 hours prior to the draft that he was safe, Salinas found himself on the outside looking in after the Union traded a second round SuperDraft selection to the Columbus Crew for midfielder Brian Carroll.
In Dallas is Jacobson, now reunited with former Union teammate, goalkeeper Chris Seitz. Jacobson was recently traded for a 2013 MLS SuperDraft second round pick to FC Dallas, helping to unclog a very crowded midfield for the Union. The 25-year-old is now with his third MLS team after leaving French Ligue 1 team Lorient in 2009.