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Republic Alumni Report: June 6th, 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

INTERNATIONAL

Rodrigo Lopez - Celaya FC, Mexico

Celaya's season is over so Rodrigo is getting some unwanted but well deserved R&R.

Dakota Collins - SK Bischofshofen, Austria

Started, played a full 90, and was shutout in Sk Bischofshofen's 4-0 loss to Kushi to close out the season. It will be interesting to see what the off-season brings for Dakota. His record of 7 goals in 12 games is pretty impressive.

USL

Mickey Daly - Bethlehem Steel

Started and played the full 90 minutes in Steel's 1-0 home loss to the NYRB II..

Gabe Gissie - Bethlehem Steel

Started and played 54 minutes in Bethlehem's 1-0 loss to the NYRB II.

David Estrada - Charlotte Independence

Started and played all 72 minutes of Satruday's rain-shortened tie against Toronto FC II,, providing an assist on Charlotte's tying goal

Harrison Delbridge - FC Cincinnati

Started and played the full 90 in Cinci's 1-1 tie against the Richmond Kickers.

Chad Bond - Saint Louis FC

Started and played full 90 minutes in Saint Louis FC's 2-0 loss to the Colorado Switchbacks..

Kaleemullah - Tulsa Roughnecks

Started and played 59 minutes in Tulsa's 2-0 loss to the OKC Energy.

Carlos Martinez - Tulsa Roughnecks

Did not play for Tulsa in their 2-0 loss to OKC Energy.

Zev Taublieb - Wilmington Hammerheads

Started and played 83 minutes in Wilmington's 3-2 win against the City Islanders.

Ivan Mirković - Orange County Blues FC

Mirković served his one game suspension after last week's red card.

NASL

Justin Braun - Indy Eleven

Started and played the full 90 in Indy's 1-1 tie against the Miami FC.

Nemanja Vukovic - Indy Eleven

Started and played all 90 minutes in Indy's 1-1 tie against Miami FC, Indy remains unbeaten.

MLS

Patrick McLain - Chicago Fire

MLS is taking a hiatus due to the Copa America Centenario.

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