What They're Saying: Christian Pulisic

“Dave’s doing what he can. He wants to win these games too, just like we do. It’s going to help a lot when we get a permanent head coach moving forward, a guy who has a real plan and a style of how we want to play.”

-- Christian Pulisic after the USA's 3-0 loss to England, on the need for a decision on a successor to interim coach Dave Sarachan. (Yahoo Sports)
4 comments about "What They're Saying: Christian Pulisic".
  1. Bob Ashpole, November 16, 2018 at 8:27 a.m.

    After a year, is it starting to look like nobody qualified will work for USSF with its new plan to have a management committee dictate how the team should be coached?

  2. Wooden Ships replied, November 16, 2018 at 2:47 p.m.

    Sure hope not Bob, but your from the outset concern, doesn’t appear far fetched. Is our, at some point, next manager to be a yes man as it appears Earnie to be? The establishment has what it wants, how does Wynalda snub look in the mirror?

  3. frank schoon replied, November 18, 2018 at 1:45 p.m.

    I remember the debate about Wynalda for president who many thought lacked adminstrative skills, leading some to think he's not right for the job. Well we have someone in this position who is an administrative skills wizard but has no idea how to pump up a ball. How's that working out.
    Has anyone even checked if Earney is even around. I'm so disappointed in Earney, in light of his Dutch experience and organizational know-how, in not having even stated any displeasure on the going-ons of things; for he knows that this situationwould never be accepted in Holland... 



  4. Bob Ashpole replied, November 18, 2018 at 9:29 p.m.

    It has actually been 13 months since Arena resigned. USSF is running the men's program like we were ranked no. 200 like the US Virgin Islands. No wait a minute. That isn't correct--they have a coach.

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