One side: We've learned and understand that league requirements supercede anything outside of MLS. Save for something special. Brazil, to me, is something special. As would be England, France, Italy, or Argentina. But especially Brazil. Any time you play Brazil, its something special. You want to enhance the profile of the league and US soccer at large through means not called David Beckham, you give a good performance aganst Brazil. You give that team the dignity and respect they deserve, and give them our best. Putting players like Zavignin, Wolff, EJ, or Arnaud doesn cut it. Players like Clark, Parkhurst, Bornstein, and Conrad do. The other side....MLS is a business. We want to get our team to the playoffs and ultimately win the cup. We want every single person available to help the cause, and build the profile of our squad. Besides we have enough guys coming from overseas to provide enough depth to make a competitive team at any rate. Its a good arguement either way and i think we can be competitive, we just dont have depth, and Jozy's injury couldnt have come at a worse time. Post intended for rational debate, and both sides have a good arguement, just wanna hear other peoples thoughts. I tend to lean slightly towards the first arguement, but thats just me.