I posted this in another thread and I wanted to (spin it off) it into an American topic: "The German FA invests around 17mil annually in their youth system (http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/b...-germany-flair) nationwide. Jogi Low has the easiest job in the world because those players have been so well coached all their lives, all he has to do is put them in place. Thats the most any country invests, in the world that I know of. So if Guus Hiddink, Jogi Low or Jose Mourinho did come here to coach the US it may help, but only so much because our players did not get the same level of attention at the grassroots level the Germans did. IMO What we need is to invest more into our youth systems. Germany is smaller than Montana with a population of 83,000,000. The US has a population's is 310,000,000. That should give you an idea of how much we need to invest via scale if the German's invest 17mil per yr.