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Is this the team with all the "pros" on it that was the number one cuddo's for this group as the team was named. Pro's as in the USL league or pro's as being on the bench for an MLS team. What is going to happen if you meet Hungary, Spain,France, Chile, Italy, Argentina etc. These academy leagues in Europe play better soccer than we see here in the USL for example and in many cases better than the MLS. We run hard, run longer and physically endure better than anyone but we have to have creativety to get to the goal.
Maybe the same thing will happen as when the U-20s met France earlier in the year...
I'm not impressed with the American side and actually wasn't all that thrilled with the Brazilians either although they show , individually, better with the ball. The Americans lack any individuality on the ball, not one stands out, they all looked programmed in everything they do. They all look like frankfurters, wurst , prepackaged ,look and move the same, and everything looks so predictable...Notice the first goal the Brazilians made. I'm afraid we'll see more of those types of goals where the goalie passes to his centerback with his back facing downfield having no view what's behind him while the goalie has full field view. This situation of having the backs play more of a role in the backfield trying to build out from the back is only going to cause problems...