This is coming from the discussion of Beasley's skillset from the Yank Aboard discussion. Recently, sice I have nothing better do to. I picked up one of older Soccer America from my storage room to read some youth development thing. Then there is an article in April 12, 1999 by our favorite writer Paul Gardner by checking the young Donovan and Beasley Co. in Dallas Cup. He generally feels that team is very talented by has trouble to finishing. He also feel (not news for BS members) that US is play fast and too fast and everything is being rushed (that contributes to bad finishing). Then he asked if there is a 17 years old Valderrama or Etcheverry, things may different. Then he just described the youth team of Brazilian club Santos that demostrated "rhythm, smoothness, inventiveness and finishing that looks easy". In the mid of it, a 14 years old wearing No. 10 shirt has full of subtlety and impish tricks, back-heels, outside of the foot flicks, sudden stops, sudden darting dribbles, direction changes, the full repertoire. Gardner did give this kid's name for the future greatness. I don't take too much when 5 years ago by reading the article, but today, I know this kid's name. His name is Diego. Maybe that is the kind of thing we need to do. Taking that Dallas game videos from the 14-years old Diego and make a mandidate for all 11-12 years old kids to watch it and practice on it.