Dos A Cero Continued

Late to the party, but a couple brief thoughts:

Ventura Alvarado got his first USMNT start in basically the most pressure packed non-World Cup game possible for a US player and looked great. Hoping to see him and John Brooks paired together at some point before the Gold Cup this summer.

Swagudelo is back. Juan Agudelo looked like a man on a mission against Mexico, and if he can keep it up the next couple months, he could be a great option up top along with Jozy and ArJo. His touch was just so smooth. Depth is good, especially at striker. Nice work from Jordan Morris too, you can see what Jurgen sees in him.

Jürgen Klinsmann’s lineup choices and tactics are specifically designed to drive US fans on the internet crazy. Sometimes you think he has no idea what he is doing, and other times you are amazed by his genius. Could he be doing the greatest job ever of trolling a fan base as the manager of the USMNT?

DeAndre Yedlin may be learning how to defend properly at Spurs. That is a scary thought.

It’s insulting that US Soccer would be willing to play a match on that pitch. The fans and players deserve better. Stop looking for the most $$$ and start actually looking at the quality of the pitch. It’s 2015, not 2007. You are relevant and important now US Soccer, and your fans know better. Knock that shit off.

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