So after following the threads on the games during GGG's tenure so far (the Gold Cup and the friendlies), the consensus seems to be that one of GGG's biggest weakness is his PLAYER SELECTION and ROSTER CONSTRUCTION. He has demonstrated an affinity for players that he "knows" and that he is "familiar with" ...he has stated multiple times how important camaraderie is and how the off-the-field-stuff matters a lot to him. He has stuck by a lot of players (so far) that do not seem to be performing up to the standard necessary and has called in a lot of players that have previous connections to him or the national team, ostensibly because they are more familiar with him and his methods and thus will be able to out-perform those that he has never been around or worked with before. However, this approach he has chosen has not been proven as the optimal path to this point. The results has has gotten to this point have been mixed at best. I think he is now facing a big dilemma: continue to keep the same small inner circle of players that he has identified and presumably built a rapport with (despite many of those players not seeming to be up to the level of the international game at the moment) OR start making tough decisions to bring new and different players in that he hasn't worked with before at the expense of "his guys". What will he do? What should he do?