“I think all of us in the U23 camp, have that type of confidence in themselves and the group that we can do something special,” Robinson said. “It’s about competing and earning right to be on the team and earning the right to represent our country.”
The last time Robinson was called into a U.S. camp was in October 2019, near the end of the league season. It ended with Robinson sustaining a hamstring injury that occurred doing a post-game exercise. It resulted in him missing Atlanta United’s playoffs and upsetting members of the club’s front office.
Robinson described it later as a fluky injury and he seemed very happy to be back in a national camp on Thursday.
“It’s been good to get out there and compete with guys I haven’t seen in a while,” he said.
Robinson said he has yet to speak to new manager Gabriel Heinze or anyone from his staff but that he’s looking forward to doing so.
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