I can see that because Gregg has, so far, set the program up to be anti-accountability. Look at the latest move in bringing in Djorde. The guy was terrible against Jamaica and then dropped an F bomb on his own fans. Called right up! Dave was a horrible coach, but tried to instill some kind of culture. It is sad that Dave is looking good just 6 months into Gregg. But Dave sent all the RSL guys home because Acosta had girls hanging around training camp (allegedly). Dave sent a message. What message is Greg sending, especially if he starts his old roommate against T&T for a redemption story? The sad truth is, Omar will probably do it again. He wasn't unlucky on the play. He played the cross lazyily and haphazardly and deserved the result. He did the same at Honduras for their goal. He was beat in Orlando and saved by Yedlin. And he should have given up a penalty and red card after the own goal. Part of this is the major media that wouldn't know the correct way a CB should play that ball or, if they did, would never say it out loud. Omar is a horrible soccer player that has somehow remained a professional and is now on the "good old boys" gravy train with USMNT caps and a fat new MLS contract after being sent to the trash pile by his Liga MX club.