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Reasso's Former Player Participating in U.S. Open Cup

Misenheimer, N.C.- Pfeiffer Universityís Athletic Director and Head Menís Soccer Coach, Bob Reasso, was able to witness one of his former players, Dilly Duka, play professionally in the U.S. Open Cup yesterday. Duka played under Reasso for three seasons at Rutgers before entering the MLS Draft, where he was the 8th pick in the first round. He is now a midfielder for the Chicago Fire in the MLS. Duka is a U.S. Youth International with three years of MLS experience, having previously played for Columbus. He is also in the U-23 National Team pool and was called into camps in November and January in preparation for CONCACAF Olympic qualifiers.

The Fire were in Rock Hill, SC on May 29th to play in Round 3 of the U.S. Open Cup against the Charlotte Eagles. Duka played the entire 90 minutes, and the Fire were victorious, ending the game with a 2-0 win over Charlotte.

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