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dunlopp9987
Post #106
Wednesday October 14, 2015 1:56am

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If Jurgen has lost the locker room, then he absolutely should go. And not the fake-bullshit "lost the room" like that article a few years back. If he actually has, then I would have no problem with him going.
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2tone
Ten-Towns
Post #107
Wednesday October 14, 2015 1:59am

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Original post from dunlopp9987

If Jurgen has lost the locker room, then he absolutely should go. And not the fake-bullshit "lost the room" like that article a few years back. If he actually has, then I would have no problem with him going.


I agree.

Jzaval01
Post #108
Wednesday October 14, 2015 1:59am

Joined May 2013
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couldve lost by 3...
and agree if he lost the locker room and sunil is stupid enough to still keep them than i dont think its a stretch to say we wont even make it to the hex
Such a disrespectful game to the fans that had the heart to go watch this pathetic excuse we call a team

EKneezy
Atlanta
Post #109
Wednesday October 14, 2015 2:00am

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That game was awful

AWFUL.

I'm not as mad since the U23s took care of business, but goodness that was a lifeless and unnerving performance from the Nats

Jzaval01
Post #110
Wednesday October 14, 2015 2:05am

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Time to see who JK blames now and throws under the bus as well

munns5986
Post #111
Wednesday October 14, 2015 2:12am

Joined Oct 2012
Total Posts: 260
I am not sure what to think of this game. Definitely not defending JK here but the quality of the players is not good. Simple passes not being completed and bone headed decisions being made. There is not a single tactic that will work if basics are not sound. I would say these need to be repped like crazy in practice but these guys are professionals.

2tone
Ten-Towns
Post #112
Wednesday October 14, 2015 2:13am

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Time to callup some u23 players.

Mojofc
Post #113
Wednesday October 14, 2015 2:14am

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At this point everyone is against JK, media, fans, and some (not all) players alike. Time for him to retire along with Gulati. Next TD or manager must be vocal though about change and can't accept current soccer system within this country.

Like JK or not, it's time for him to go. Sometimes it's simply necessary for a team to progress.

Agree about the locker room concern dunlopp, regardless if that's happening or not the players on the pitch were horrific though. If they're not playing their heart out because of JK they don't belong on the usmnt period. They're playing for their country, shouldn't play for their coach. I think a lot of it is simply lack of skill but they're also mentally shot after Saturday. Add to that the media emphasis about crushing JK with all their ability.
Rain, rain, go away Come again another day - USMNT, MUFC
dunlopp9987
Post #114
Wednesday October 14, 2015 2:21am

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Original post from Mojofc

At this point everyone is against JK, media, fans, and some (not all) players alike. Time for him to retire along with Gulati. Next TD or manager must be vocal though about change and can't accept current soccer system within this country.

Like JK or not, it's time for him to go. Sometimes it's simply necessary for a team to progress.


Yeah, it'll be interesting to see what Gulati does. I think if we had lost against Mexico and Costa Rica and played well, he wouldn't be under much pressure. But because the performances were just so toothless and flat, that's why I think he's under the most pressure.

And ultimately, we all want what's best for the USMNT. And if that means Jurgen going, then it means Jurgen going. Just PLEASE don't bring in someone like Porter, Arena or Bradley. Set us back to the stone age.
COYB!!
Jzaval01
Post #115
Wednesday October 14, 2015 2:23am

Joined May 2013
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Original post from dunlopp9987

Yeah, it'll be interesting to see what Gulati does. I think if we had lost against Mexico and Costa Rica and played well, he wouldn't be under much pressure. But because the performances were just so toothless and flat, that's why I think he's under the most pressure.

And ultimately, we all want what's best for the USMNT. And if that means Jurgen going, then it means Jurgen going. Just PLEASE don't bring in someone like Porter, Arena or Bradley. Set us back to the stone age.


the way we've been playing were already at the stone age.

rainORshine
Post #116
Wednesday October 14, 2015 2:25am

Joined Dec 2012
Total Posts: 2,097
Original post from dunlopp9987

Yeah, it'll be interesting to see what Gulati does. I think if we had lost against Mexico and Costa Rica and played well, he wouldn't be under much pressure. But because the performances were just so toothless and flat, that's why I think he's under the most pressure.

And ultimately, we all want what's best for the USMNT. And if that means Jurgen going, then it means Jurgen going. Just PLEASE don't bring in someone like Porter, Arena or Bradley. Set us back to the stone age.


Paul Carr@PCarrESPN
#USMNT has lost three straight home games for the first time since 1997.

too late

dunlopp9987
Post #117
Wednesday October 14, 2015 2:29am

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Original post from rainORshine

Paul Carr@PCarrESPN
#USMNT has lost three straight home games for the first time since 1997.

too late


Naaahhhh. If we bring back Arena or Bradley, that would just be embarrassing.

What I think ends up happening is Jurgen keeps his job, and if we continue to falter in WCQ, then he gets fired. I think Gulati will give him the chance to work through this.

But I've been wrong before, and will definitely be wrong again. So who fucking knows anymore.
COYB!!
Jzaval01
Post #118
Wednesday October 14, 2015 2:30am

Joined May 2013
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Brian Sciaretta ‏@BrianSciaretta 29s29 seconds ago
Klinsmann said he is going to be very hungry now to look for younger players that are developing.

dunlopp9987
Post #119
Wednesday October 14, 2015 2:36am

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Original post from Jzaval01

Brian Sciaretta ‏@BrianSciaretta 29s29 seconds ago
Klinsmann said he is going to be very hungry now to look for younger players that are developing.


I mean obviously. We all want this. But no matter what team, or whoever the coach is, you don't just all at once dump the veterans and bring in new guys. You have to have that experience and leadership. Which is why I get so frustrated reading posts on here. People want to see starting XI's with 7 or 8 guys with little to no senior team caps. That's just foolish. You have to keep veterans around and in the starting XI to provide stability and leadership.
COYB!!
rainORshine
Post #120
Wednesday October 14, 2015 2:37am

Joined Dec 2012
Total Posts: 2,097
Original post from Jzaval01

Brian Sciaretta ‏@BrianSciaretta 29s29 seconds ago
Klinsmann said he is going to be very hungry now to look for younger players that are developing.


great. but while klinsmann is scouring country/globe for young players can we get someone else to coach the team?

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