Unlike many Brazilian players who have decided to take a break from Copa America, U.S players don't play against top notch oppositions in the Champions League or Copa Liberatores 10 months out of the year, year in year out.
So they need to look up from the Concacaf and see the Copa America as an oppurtunity for the players, managers, and the program to grow, and not to win trophies.
More on delusional Man City fans...
Eriksson has agreed a three-year deal worth £3m a season - making him one of the Premiership's highest paid managers behind Sir Alex Ferguson and Jose Mourinho. no:
City fans have been rushing to snap up season tickets with the prospect of Eriksson to splash £50m of the new owner's money. (The Sun) :smoke:
Thai prosecutors are stepping up their bid to derail Shinawatra's £81.6m takeover bid. (Daily Telegraph) LOL.
Another billionaire buys an EPL club. http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/st...441835&cc=4716
hmmm...will Steve Bruce get 50M pound to spend on players?
Also, the US men aren't going to completely forsake their domestic league by taking even more time off. Some people actually care about it.
Yaya Toure is official for FC BARCELONA!!! (giggle giggle)
Chivu's agent is in Barcelona to finalize the deal, and french fullback Abidal has threatened to not show up to training if Lyon does not sell him to Barcelona ( a la Diarra)...
BTW, besides channel 46, who is showing the Copa America games????
By the way, does anyone have as much a problem as I do keeping in touch with this thread? Because of the wide range of topics, leagues, players, etc.. that are discussed in this thread, I don't visit it as much as some of the other threads and sometimes, I get lost or fall back because of it. Anyone else experience the same? Should a new thread be created and maybe this time seperating some of the leagues? Food for thought...
I'm watching the Copa Americas on Gol TV. It's dubbed in English, and I love it! Great channel.