Bad News for US Soccer


Mark of New Jersey

Mark is a Founding Editor of The League of Ordinary Gentlemen, the predecessor of Ordinary Times.

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  1. Avatar sidereal says:

    Except that EJ just strained his hamstring for Aris. Nice work.

    Ching and Jozy up front would be a disaster. I think Buddle or Gomez would be much more likely.Report

    • Avatar Mark Thompson in reply to sidereal says:

      @sidereal, I’m fully on board with an “Anybody But Ching” campaign. I’d probably prefer Findley, since he’s several years younger than the others, so he’s got the most potential for turning in a surprise performance, and at the very least he’ll gain a lot from the experience for the 2014 campaign. We know exactly what to expect from Ching, though, and it’s not like he’s going to be around for 2014, when he’ll be 36.Report

  2. Nob Akimoto Nob Akimoto says:

    Failing to get past the likes of Slovenia and Algeria in the first round would represent an epic disappointment for US soccer fans.

    Both of which probably have more soccer fans total than the US despite their smaller populations. :pReport