Cabrera is the Best!

Discussion in 'Youth National Teams' started by MarkHughes, Oct 16, 2009.

  1. MarkHughes

    MarkHughes Member

    Aug 6, 2008
    Hey, some of you smart guys out there correct me if I’m wrong, but Wilmer Cabrera looks like the most accomplished individual the USA has ever had as a coach – AT ANY LEVEL. (You guys remember Steve Samson, Bruce Arena, etc. etc...)

    Multiple World Cup experience, 13-17 years experience as a pro player (you wussies can look up the exact number if you want.)

    He has the most impressive resume of ANY USA COACH, and he has refused to bend to any pressure or nonsense from players, parents, club coaches, etc. for the two years he’s been in Bradenton.

    More than half this roster are his recruits (11 of the 21 players are Cabrera recruits, the rest have been there from the beginning...)

    Now, he’s got to produce a result – it’s up to him, no one can help him now --- and I think he’ll do it!

    Look for the US to improve on the previous best mark of a round of 16 exit (in ’99 with Landon, et al.) I think this team is better!

    If he doesn’t do it, then all you “arm-chair-quarterbacks” can have your say. Until then…
     
  2. chad

    chad Member+

    Jun 24, 1999
    Manhattan Beach
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
  3. Diegan

    Diegan Member

    Sep 18, 2008
    Club:
    Celtic FC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Someone check the roster for a kid with the last name "Hughes".
     
  4. FirstStar

    FirstStar Hustlin' for the USA

    Feb 1, 2005
    Time's Arrow
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Actually, to make it even more fun, the "results" we need from Wilmer have nothing to do with winning the U-17WC. We want him to train players to eventually become stars for the senior side . . . period.
     
  5. Dave Marino-Nachison

    Jun 9, 1999
    The '99 team made it to the semifinals.
     
  6. Stan Collins

    Stan Collins Member+

    Feb 26, 1999
    Silver Spring, MD
    Or we could check Jim Rome's list of 'clones'. . . OUT!
     

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