not really all the articles all tend to go back to return on investment and the salary cap he has to use in mls. there is no salary cap with the usmnt. Part of how he uses metrics is like Billy Beane. So a guy that costs you a million dollars a seasons and has a xg of 0.5 is a better value the a guy who makes four million and has a xg of 0.6 and plays the same position. With the usmnt you'd take the guy with xg of 0.6 so how he handles the data with columbus is very different then he would with the usmnt.