I know this is from 2 days ago, but I have to push back on this. Nearly every player on that 2002 roster had the best tournament of their careers, at the same time. We weren't strong because of Reyna. Hell, we beat a pre-tournament favorite in Portugal WITHOUT Reyna, to start the tournament. Yes, we (as a team) then had great games after that (most notably the Mexico win and Germany "loss"), but that team had already shown it could get results against a very formidable team without Reyna. Hell, most of our best attacks in that tournament came from young guys like Donovan and Wolff charging forward. We certainly weren't beating teams by controlling the tempo. We won as many games in that tournament in Reyna's 4 games (1) as we did in the 1 game that he didn't play (1). Reyna was good in 2002. Not saying he wasn't. But it wasn't all about Reyna. Hell, it wasn't even mostly about Reyna. We need to find a system that gets the best out of the collective unit … not just for 1 guy. We make it all about Pulisic, we are going to underachieve for a long time to come.