Armas and Thornton? I don't know people Armas and Thornton for Pope and Clark? Is Bradley really going to stick with the absurd 4-4-2 on a team that doesn't have dynamic fullbacks? I'd rather take my chances with players like Gaven adn Brenes on the wings with two d-mids covering for them, than the 4-4-2 we've been running out for three years now (faux-box midfield, four in the back...). Also, Thornton? Come on people. Can anyone realistically think he is an upgrade over a Walker. Seriously now?