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EAT IT USA SUCKERS!! - June 26, 2010, 04:02 PM

Have absolutely limited 'idea' to play the game... pack your bags homeboys.


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Lots of chances wasted .. but whatever .. top 16 is not bad


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Lots of chances wasted .. but whatever .. top 16 is not bad
But that's the thing... they've lucked it this far. They don't play sh!t... and any non-'merican can see it.
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But that's the thing... they've lucked it this far. They don't play sh!t... and any non-'merican can see it.
They don't have the supreme offensive arsenal of a Brazil or the regimented discipline and drills of Germany to play an Offensive Game.

The don't have the pure strength and physicality to play a Defensive Game.

So by default they have to sort of play an open field game that's somewhere in the middle of the two. Less sets and choreographed plays - more on taking the opportunities that present themselves.

Bradley did the best with the young talent he had.

And I can tell you this, they EARNED the respect of the world for playing with more heart than any team in the Cup thus far. They may not be Top-10 in the next WC, but I'm sure a lot of teams will know not to underestimate them anymore.



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They don't have the supreme offensive arsenal of a Brazil or the regimented discipline and drills of Germany to play an Offensive Game.

The don't have the pure strength and physicality to play a Defensive Game.

So by default they have to sort of play an open field game that's somewhere in the middle of the two. Less sets and choreographed plays - more on taking the opportunities that present themselves.

Bradley did the best with the young talent he had.

And I can tell you this, they EARNED the respect of the world for playing with more heart than any team in the Cup thus far. They may not be Top-10 in the next WC, but I'm sure a lot of teams will know not to underestimate them anymore.
sorry..but that analysis is way out in left field. Listening to ESPN commentary is bad for you...


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They don't have the supreme offensive arsenal of a Brazil or the regimented discipline and drills of Germany to play an Offensive Game.

The don't have the pure strength and physicality to play a Defensive Game.

So by default they have to sort of play an open field game that's somewhere in the middle of the two. Less sets and choreographed plays - more on taking the opportunities that present themselves.

Bradley did the best with the young talent he had.

And I can tell you this, they EARNED the respect of the world for playing with more heart than any team in the Cup thus far. They may not be Top-10 in the next WC, but I'm sure a lot of teams will know not to underestimate them anymore.
Tsk.. tsk.. tsk....

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Try again... USA has not 'gained' anymore respect from the 'world'....

get in line.
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sorry..but that analysis is way out in left field. Listening to ESPN commentary is bad for you...
^^^^ he's obviously not 'merican...

Your team is looking 'tasty' right now... 'specially with bro'man Arjen making back onto the field. I wish him the best... R.M.C.F. made bad decision to let him go...
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sorry..but that analysis is way out in left field. Listening to ESPN commentary is bad for you...
What's your analysis, Dutch?
(BTW - mine was done by observation. No ESPN involvement )



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Tsk.. tsk.. tsk....

USA soccer:


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Try again... USA has not 'gained' anymore respect from the 'world'....

get in line.
You don't think so? I would believe that. I spoke to my friend in Austria, England and the others in South Africa (South Africans - not there for the WC) and they said America was a bit more respected now.

Their propensity to give up goals early on though they all agreed was laughable.



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Ben's Mom. <drum> Ba-Dum-Dumph! <cymbal> Crash!



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Please tell me that you're NOT in town all week.

My analysis: Fuck soccer.


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Please tell me that you're NOT in town all week.

My analysis: Fuck soccer.
Like I said last week, anything that is allowed to go on for 90 minutes and can end in a tie doesn't really get all excited.

Granted it is the most popular sport in the world, but like red heads, it doesn't do a thing for me.



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