"To me, what's pivoted in my mind, is that it's more about qualifying for the World Cup and doing well at the World Cup. That's what's most important. So, will there be alterations to this philosophy
to get results in games? 100 percent, absolutely, because that's what we need to do, and we understand that. But along the way, we keep chipping away, we keep teaching our principles and we will be
able to play our game in most of the games we're in."
-- U.S. national team coach Gregg Berhalter
on whether the COVID-19 pandemic, which has forced the cancellation or
postponement of at least four games before the start of World Cup 2022 qualifying, has altered his outlook to become more pragmatic in how the team plays. (Fox Indoor Soccer