At MLSNet, regular columnist Sigi the Hutt, also our intrepid U20 head coach offered his thoughts on how coaches feel after they lose as well as his personnel decisions for the Quarters loss to Italy. Here is what he had to say about Freddy Adu: "A lot was expected from Freddy Adu. He is still very young and had flashes of brilliance. In our final game we missed him. Good players always find the ball somehow and some way. On this particular day that did not happen for him. He faces pressure every day from the media and the fans and holds up to it much better than most adults would. I wish I could take the expectations away and let him just play. He is still learning the responsibilities that go along with talent and I am talking about helping your team win. He is an offensive player who needs to impact the team at that end of the field." Reactions anyone?