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Republic Alumni Report: April 18th, 2016

Almost all the Republic alumni we're tracking were in action this past week. Catch up with how they're doing.

Photo Credit: Michael Rincon/Viper Photos


Rodrigo Lopez - Celaya FC, Mexico
Rodrigo was an unused sub in Celaya's 0-0 tie. Many of the regulars were given the day off since the team clinched a playoff berth last week.

Dakota Collins - SK Bischofshofen, Austria
Started and played 90 minutes in SK Bischofshofen's 2-1 win against ÖTSU Hallein.


Mickey Daly - Bethlehem Steel
Started and played a full 90 in Bethlehem's 2-1 win over the Richmond Kickers.

Gabe Gissie - Bethlehem Steel
Started and was subbed-off in the 85th minute of BSFC's home win against the Kickers.

David Estrada - Charlotte Independence
Started and played the entire game in Charlotte's 3-2 home win against the Charleston Battery.

Harrison Delbridge - FC Cincinnati
Started and played the full 90 minutes in Cincinnati's 3-2 home loss against the Louisville City FC.

Ivan Mirković  - Orange County Blues
Started and played the full 90 in Orange County's 1-0 win against San Antonio FC.

Chad Bond - St Louis FC
Started and played 87 minutes in St Louis FC's 0-0 tie against the Tulsa Roughnecks FC.

Kaleemullah - Tulsa Roughnecks
Started and played 90 minutes in Tulsa's 0-0 tie to St Louis FC.

Carlos Martinez - Tulsa Roughnecks
Started and played the full 90 minutes in Tulsa's scoreless tie to St Louis FC.

Zev Taublieb - Wilmington Hammerheads
Zev did not make the 18 in the Hammerheads's win against FC Montreal.


Justin Braun - Indy Eleven
Started and played the full 90 in Indy's stunning come from behind win against the New York Cosmos.

Nemanja Vukovic - Indy Eleven
Started but came off with an injury in the 73rd minute. Hope it wasn't anything serious. Luckily Nemanja will have an extra week to heal, as Indy Eleven has next week off.


Patrick McLain - Chicago Fire
Patrick makes the 18 man roster once again but doesn't make his debut with Chicago.

Let us know which former player you will be keeping an eye on the most in the comments section below.