"That's the part that people fail to understand. Nobody suffers, nobody loses more than the players. Look, I get fans, they put a lot into it, and we're nothing without our fans. But at the end of it,
the biggest losers are the players and the program, not being able to further so much good work that we've done over the past 10 years. I get it. They're frustrated. I have no problem with that. I
understand, but like I said, I just thought at some points it was a little bit classless in a place I gave a lot to. And they gave a lot to me and had some good memories, but it is what it is. There's
no loyalty anymore, so all bets are off."
-- Jozy Altidore
after he and Michael Bradley,
teammates on Toronto FC and the U.S. national team and both former New York Red Bull
players, were subjected to jeers and f-bombs during Monday's MLS playoff game from New York Red Bull fans unhappy the USA failed to qualify for the World Cup. (Goal.com