Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Just checking...

As the USMNT gets set to face Costa Rica at Red Bull Arena, is anyone else still feeling that Aguilar gut punch? I have all sorts of thoughts about that game and looking forward, and I am sure we will delve into all that after what I would prefer is a better showing tonight.

But, seriously, sometimes I do not even want to eat when I ordinarily should. My stomach is literally still tight. Not cool.




- Greg Seltzer

5 comments:

Bernardinho said...

I mean, it was a hell of a game! Definitely a classic, all-time kind of moment for North American soccer. The preference, of course, being that both teams are presenting their absolute best as far as lineups/tactics are concerned, and I'll never convince myself that we got that from the US.

DaM said...

Yep. I know I have been panning JK for a couple weeks now, but with this morning's nonsense about FabJo I am done. This is what we signed on for. A technical director trying to mimic a manager and throwing people under the bus intermittently so nobody realizes how poor of a job he is doing.

The insistence that DMB, who has loads of issues as a left back (not the least of which is the fact that he has real serious issues judging balls in the air), is our best choice for LB by such a large margin that he has to un-retire never made the slightest sense to me. I don't even plan on watching either of today's matches. Can't watch Klinsman Jr. run out Polster, Trapp, Alashe, and Pelosi in the first ever 4-4-0-2 formation. We always want a defensive midfielder so would could go wrong with using 4 of them?

brian said...

Go eat some donuts, you know, with the lady friend.

Dr.Jon said...

You could be an eternal optimist and say for as bad as the US were, it was there for the taking - and I think we would have taken it had it gone to PKs.

Tony M said...

Greg - surprised not to see anything from you on JK and Fabian Johnson? I'm worried you got so pissed you had a stroke.