Cuba Saturday; Costa Rica Tuesday.
Watching the US smoke all of these minnows is fantastic
good to see the US beating up on teams they should be a class above. Years ago this felt like a game the US would barely squeak out a 1-0 win. I hope the train keeps rolling.
then boys be on a roll..
I just absolutely love Juergen's reactions..
not so stoked at some of the set piece defending we're seeing..
hopefully concacaf does right and doesn't suspend juergen for sunday's final..
While looking up information for last night's match as well as the upcoming final, I came across this blurb credited Tribune writer Don Markus of the Baltimore Sun:
No mention of Klinsmann facing possible disciplinary action, just a bunch of bubbly information about how well the USMNT is playing and a prediction for 3-1 victory. Clearly, this guy cheated on his homework, probably cobbled together a bunch of stats and info from who knows where, and pretended like he follows soccer whatsoever. Dude, it's your job to follow and know these things for real!!! Television news is too frequently garbage, but it makes me even sadder when print news shows just as little integrity. Don Markus should be ashamed.Quote:
The Americans will take a relatively young team into Chicago's Soldier Field on Sunday, but Coach Juergen Klinsmann and star Landon Donovan should have little trouble leading the U.S. past Panama.
Panama has played quite solid but no "B" team in Concacaf can stop this US gold cup squad. I know it's sort of average competition, but I've never seen the US come out and completely annihilate the opposition like this. It's refreshing and a joy to watch. Win the damn thing on Sunday and then move on to recruiting Zelalem and Green!
And just like that, concacaf rules Juergen is suspended for Sunday's final
I guess Panama's offer was better then what the USNMT offered