Re: USMNT: The March to Brazil - World Cup 2014
Originally Posted by WMR
C'mon NJ, they didn't look like Bradley's squad at all, IMO.
I actually think Klinsi learned a bunch about his team tonight. Bet we see roster decisions moving forward informed by this result tonight. USA was dangerous ALL night long. Could rarely say that under Bradley. USA easily could have had 4 goals tonight. The D needs some changes, which we will see.
Onyewu plus Boca together in the middle is a fail.
Totally dominated in the first half. Yes, they created a couple chances late, but overall I'm not counting any moral victories in a 4-1 home loss to Brazil's Olympic team. Bradley's squad had its' moments, too. Beating Spain. But it lacked consistency. We'll find out a lot about this team in WC qualifications.
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