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Discussion in 'USA Men' started by AutoPenalti, Jun 22, 2019.
They announced an unchanged line-up on FS.
This starting XI is, uh, bad.
That's some pic. This is not starting well. did they legalize pot in Florida yet?
wait, unchanged 11? weird..
I have to watch donkey touch for another 90. What are we doing.
You know exactly who I’m talking about
Probably not for 90'.
Yeah, 90' seems way too long. Usually only goes about 10 to 15 feet when he touches it.
Interesting that Steffen is the captain over Bradley
Believe it when I see it
Poor Zimmerman and Long are going to be so exposed to counter attacks this game......sorry fellas.
We have three good players in our first XI.
What a time to be alive.
Alrite - brilliant edit from Autopen but Burro is spelled with a "D". No biggie.
Definitely an unchanged xi.
So within the limit of editing this thread four five things occurred:
1. I rushed it.
2. Time was wrong (again)
3. I put the Oct 10. Couva line up instead of the line up from Guyana.
4. I spelled Zardes as "Zares".
5. Lima's positioning was going to cause some people to rip their eyes out from OCD.
Just in case......2 losses to Tobago Island with Bradley in charge would have been a career ender. Just a little personal favor there for Mickey.
Anyone know why Altidore and Miazga aren’t getting minutes?
Pulled straight from Bruce Arena's "big book of how to lose to Trinidad & Tobago"
just kidding, I think we're gonna win this game, but it's really strange that we're going to rotate players against the 2nd best team in the group...
To me it looks like Berhalter wanted to make some technical excuse to avoid putting the heroes of Couva all back on the pitch together so he just decided to go with a strategy of we want to improve on certain aspects of the Guyana game...…. or something like that. Let's face it, this could have gone very wrong for the Egg - (insert pic of HumptyDumpty here).
The Fox and Berhalter relationship is a millimeter away from being a tantric massage.
Gyasi Zardes is just a little bit ahead of Jozy Altidore.
The good: Pulisic, Boyd, Zimmerman
The bad: Everyone else
Well at least we can press. With Altidore the only times he is going to chase the ball is when he gives it up and then it's almost always a foul.
I bet most of you don't remember the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from the 80s.
They were terrible. Literally the worst team every year, year after year. But also the most profitable. Because they were the worst paid roster around.
That is what USMNT is now, a cost cutting, low budget, profit making endeavor. How could it not be? The leaders are bankers and business men who hire inhouse talent that mimics the same values.
The USMNT is now literally the highest value team in the world. Which means the lowest cost roster for the highest revenue.
Someone out there do the math.
We win...the more we lose.
Forget talking about soccer anymore, talk about how much revenue the system generates per position. GO deeper, each missed pass has a money value.
They're doing a feature on the Cleveland Browns visiting the USMNT.
Yes, let's link ourselves to their winning legacy.