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We didn't have a lot of possession which is expected vs. Italy.

But I thought our passing was the best I've seen in the Klinnsmen era.

Baby Bradley was outstanding today.

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Bradley was a incredibly poised. Made it easier than it looked.
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We didn't have a lot of possession which is expected vs. Italy.

But I thought our passing was the best I've seen in the Klinnsmen era.

Baby Bradley was outstanding today.



Bradley was a incredibly poised. Made it easier than it looked.

Bradley is the man. His time in Italy has been great for him.

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Suck it Italia!
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I think it's time we fully agree that the United States has three elite field players: Clint Dempsey, Landon Donovan, and Michael Bradley.

Altidore had a big game too... his ability to hold the ball is fantastic. Reminded of his game vs Spain in the Confed Cup. When he plays at that level, the US is very competitive in the attack.
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Altidore had a big game too... his ability to hold the ball is fantastic. Reminded of his game vs Spain in the Confed Cup. When he plays at that level, the US is very competitive in the attack.


You just made me sad.

I was thinking about that tourney and how different this team would be with a healthy Charlie Davies.

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All I know, is I've said it since day one, furher klinsmann was the man for the job.
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we're playing the same we did under Bradley. nothing innovative here. similar formation, same bunker in the 2nd half.

RIP Guillermo Romulo, Alexander Francis Orig and Celenio Eleazar.

 

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we're playing the same we did under Bradley. nothing innovative here. similar formation, same bunker in the 2nd half.


Biggest difference between this team and Bradley's team?

More of the players on this team speak German as their 1st language.

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which player is new under Klinsmann?

i think Boyd is the only player, every one else was on Bradley's radar.

RIP Guillermo Romulo, Alexander Francis Orig and Celenio Eleazar.

 

I don't care about NYCFC or the Cosmos.  I only care about Metro.  So MOTHERFUCK those two teams.

 





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