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Juan Carlos Osorio will not coach USMNT


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Watching the SEA v. SKC match on unimas in English SAP. The announcers mentioned JCO could potentialy become the mens national team coach. Any thoughts on that folks?

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Well, it will be fun watching the constant lineup changes

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Are there enough notepads?

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I've always wanted to see how Pulisic would look as a central defender. 


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I keep hearing that Osorio is a candidate. God hope that never pans out. Not even the Colombian Federation want him any where near the National Team program. He would be 100 steps back for any ambitious program.

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Fuck him. Doubt this happens anyway. There were the rumors of him going to the Colombia NT and the latest thing I saw was him being linked with the Paraguay job. 



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Well, that would end any hope I had in the Earnie Stewart era.

Hells no on JCO.

 


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What's intresting is that JCO turned down an extension with el tri

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He seems to want to manage Colombia.. But Pekerman contract ran out and the resigning is hung up on money and Pekerman's manager influencing too much in the national teams call ups, logistics decisions and contact with media... So outside chance JCO is next Colombia manager.. Pekerman is the only obstacle which is diminishing by the day.
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Per Paraguay, he is signing for Paraguay. 

 

http://www.apf.org.p...irroja-tiene-dt

 

In other news, I'm so happy I passed out & woke up 10 minutes later to post this. 


 


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Not surprised it's better for the usmnt if they go after a very successful MLS coach imo... The culture in MLS is starting to become more realistic, realizing they aren't on the level of some clubs, national teams, leagues etc but there is a lot of fight and grit and desire to win every match... The downfall at years ago was lack of talent and depth and inferiority complex.. Now I feel the problem is lack of understanding of the talent pool and appropriate way to use it and also lack of his humbleness and grit...
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Per Paraguay, he is signing for Paraguay. 

 

http://www.apf.org.p...irroja-tiene-dt

 

In other news, I'm so happy I passed out & woke up 10 minutes later to post this. 

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