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chris_thebassplayer
San Jose
Post #16
Sunday October 8, 2017 10:21pm

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I'm not too hung up on the next coach for the 2022 cycle. I think everything is just a ramp up to 2026. That will be the convergence of skill level, big time coach and a home field WC...it's all lining up for success.

I still maintain we will have a big time coach 9 years from now. Someone who has already won his fair share of trophies with nothing else to prove...impervious cred. Someone who would find it appealing to coach the US in a home WC. I think the focus would be less on slumming in Concacaf and more on the challenge of taking the US to new heights. I think it would be an appealing gig.

We should put this thread in the YA time capsule and check to see who the coach will be in 8-9 years.

I'm going with Pep.

admsghs27
Post #17
Monday October 9, 2017 1:14am

Joined Nov 2012
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Im going with a dark horse in Steve Cherundolo!! Plus Pulisic will be in his Prime!!!

Know Nothing
Post #18
Monday October 9, 2017 3:24am

Joined Jan 2013
Total Posts: 1,241
Original post from chris_thebassplayer

I'm going with Pep.


His teams play attractive soccer, no doubt. My biggest concern with him is he has only managed elite teams that have had the capacity to buy the title and he has spent a lot of money doing it.

He had the best talent in the PL last year and still managed to only finish 3rd. Pochetino at Spurs is a much better manager IMO.

dolcem
Post #19
Monday October 9, 2017 10:55pm

Joined Nov 2012
Total Posts: 1,759
Original post from Know Nothing

4) Big names...well Ancellotti is available but he would be wrong for the job. Not sure if Tuchel would take the position. The DeBoer who got axed from Crystal palace may be interesting.


I'm sorry but even if Ancelotti isn't #1 on our fantasy wish list, I'd take him over Vermes in a heartbeat.

Tuchel wouldn't take the position if we paid him 10 million a year. He's considered one of the top up-and-coming managers in Europe. I don't even think De Boer would come. If he failed with us, his career would be over.

Original post from chris_thebassplayer

I'm going with Pep.


On what planet would Pep ever agree to manage the USNT? Maybe when he's 70. Or if there's a world war in Europe.
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chris_thebassplayer
San Jose
Post #20
Tuesday October 10, 2017 1:42am

Joined May 2013
Total Posts: 1,309
Who do you think will be the coach for the US in 2026? Ritchie Williams!?

You sound like we're never ever going to have a high end coach...I totally disagree.

SamHays1999
Kansas
Post #21
Tuesday October 10, 2017 7:25pm

Joined May 2017
Total Posts: 190
Yeah, it's going to be a while before we have a kinda elite coach. Few national teams have them. I can settle with Vermes. Ancelotti would be a dream, but not happening. Wagner down the line is likely. As for what I want, it's all been said already. Good tactics, plenty willing to get better, younger talent in, all that.

admsghs27
Post #22
Wednesday October 11, 2017 7:31am

Joined Nov 2012
Total Posts: 6,060
FUCK US SOCCER WE ARE A JOKE!!!!

navi8132
New York
Post #23
Wednesday October 11, 2017 5:12pm

Joined Jul 2012
Total Posts: 2,781
What about Brad Friedel (current US U-19 head coach)?

kjperuch
Post #24
Wednesday October 11, 2017 6:40pm

Joined Oct 2013
Total Posts: 219
Ill still go with my original choice in coach before Jurgen was hired. Marcelo Bielsa!!!
You want someone who will fix crap quick? Give him full control. He Got the Argentina and Chile youth development flowing and he could do it here.
The guy hates coaching clubs anyways. Give him money and bring him in now!

Rey Regicide
Post #25
Wednesday October 11, 2017 7:50pm

Joined Sep 2013
Total Posts: 1,973
I would give it a 2 year buffer before getting loco.

Bielsa walked into an incredibly talented, young squad. Him latching onto Chile 2 years before that might have soured his taste. Wait until the prospects at various teams around the world get into their first teams.

navi8132
New York
Post #26
Wednesday October 11, 2017 8:09pm

Joined Jul 2012
Total Posts: 2,781
Someone who values ballsy creative attackers and having a #10 on the pitch.

2tone
Ten-Towns
Post #27
Thursday October 12, 2017 1:36am

Joined Jul 2012
Total Posts: 9,332
Abroad: Bielsa, Ancelotti, Wagner, Tuchel, Van Gaal, Miguel Herrera

MLS: Vieira, Martino, Pareja, Vermes

mmee
Culver City, CA
Post #28
Thursday October 12, 2017 1:38am

Joined Mar 2014
Total Posts: 2,144


PortCityFan
Louisiana
Post #29
Thursday October 12, 2017 2:00am

Joined Jul 2013
Total Posts: 176
Can we get Bocanegra to run for USSF president?

dfw_fan
DfW
Post #30
Thursday October 12, 2017 2:25am

Joined Apr 2013
Total Posts: 934
Original post from 2tone

Abroad: Bielsa, Ancelotti, Wagner, Tuchel, Van Gaal, Miguel Herrera

MLS: Vieira, Martino, Pareja, Vermes


I like the list...

I personally like Tuchel, Miguel Herrera, but we may get Tab Ramos

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