Yeah its absolutely ridiculous. This team needs a new injection of life. This team has become super frustrating to watch.
Good result, but would've liked to put them away a little earlier. That being said, nice to see Pulisic and McKennie really get going in the second half. Going to need a lot from them when the competition gets better.
Mexico is going to fucking completely and utterly destroy us. We are Trinidad to Mexico. So, this result means nothing. By the way - for the people exclaiming this is revenge? WE MISSED THE WORLD CUP. THIS RESULT DOES NOTHING.
Real talk, Pity hasn't been good enough to justify this inclusion. His g/a is below Omir Fernandez despite playing way more minutes.
Blame the media for even including him in the ballot. None of the Atlanta media voted for him. It seemed more like the league pushing him because his name is huge and will bring eyeballs.
In the reviews, and in interviews with The Times, past and present U.S. Soccer staff members described grievances common to almost any company: too much work, too little pay, bosses who don’t listen. But in their open disdain for Flynn and Berhalter, the employees also paint the portrait of an organization — one still emerging from a broad restructuring sparked by the humiliation of missing the 2018 World Cup — that is dominated by a small group of long-serving executives, and infected by dissatisfaction and mistrust.
Several employees said the reviews were motivated by the looming change in leadership. Flynn’s desire to retire from the chief executive post he has held since 2000 has been public knowledge for months, and recent news media reports suggest the search for his successor is nearing an end. Berhalter, the federation’s chief operating officer and the brother of the men’s national team coach Gregg Berhalter, has emerged as a leading candidate to replace Flynn, perhaps as soon as next month.
not a fan a that. Not that I think the Turkish Superliga is that much better than MLS but I really think he'd be better supported at Besiktas or Ankaragucu (or hell I guess even if he goes back to Portugal) than he would be with an expansion MLS club.
I don't know that the Turkish Superliga is better at all. If he gets an offer from England, Germany, Spain, Italy, or France he should go there.
Definitely looking that way. Though I remember I felt the same way about Barco last year. This does also mirror Pity's first year at River. He took a while to adapt there, their fans hated him for a while. And this is his first time playing outside Argentina.