We're at a critical point in time. It's not too late to make a manager switch before World Cup qualifying begins. Yes, in all likelihood we will still qualify for the World Cup with Bob as manager. But the question is: what will we do once we get there? Ideally we might keep Bob only for qualifying, then bring in a real manager before the World Cup. But that's not how US Soccer works. So the ball is now in Sunil Gulati's court. I suggest he finally give Bob Bradley his pink slip and hand the team over to a new manager, without any of the old prejudices, the old hang-ups, and who won't keep making the same mistakes. I give him credit for starting Adu - a lot of credit. But we need new blood in charge. A blank slate. A fresh pair of eyes. Someone who's willing to drop Bornstein, drop Onyewu, push Altidore to the next level, is willing to sub out Michael Bradley when he's struggling, develop a young defense, and teach this team how to play possession when up two goals. This loss is bad. I'm not sure if it's worse than the loss to Brazil in 2009 though, where we had a 2-0 at least to halftime. But to blow TWO 2-0 leads in the two biggest finals of the last 4 years is unacceptable. It just can't happen anymore. The fact of the matter is our 2010 World Cup was very average. We didn't under-deliver and we didn't over-deliver. We could have gone farther, and we could have gone out in the first round. But we need someone who can a take a middling-team and turn them into a better one. That person is no longer Bob Bradley.