Copied directly from the web site.... For the second time under Bob Bradley the U.S. faced teams ranked in the top five in the world consecutively while going winless against Italy and Brazil. The U.S. was 0-1-1 against Spain and Argentina in 2008. The U.S. has a 0-5-1 record against top five teams under Bradley, and a 7-18-1 record against the top five teams since the FIFA World Rankings began in August 1993. At neutral sites, the U.S. is 2-8-0 against top-five teams. The two wins came against Germany (1999 FIFA Confederations Cup) and Portugal (2002 FIFA World Cup). So dad has a zero winning percentage at 0-5-1 and junior sat out half in the one tie. Bora, Sampson and Arena are 7-13-0 or winning a third of the time. Since 1993 with MLS to provide a economic base to build from, to argue that US futbol is getting worse since then is just ludicrous. The results don't lie. Does anyone still think dad should stay on after WC2010?