Well that turned out a bit sh*t, didn't it? Pretty much everyone is acknowledging someone like Bradley played poorly (as he frequently does...) yet all say "there's no one to replace him." And that's like fundamentally the problem with American soccer. He doesn't even play that well for Toronto, but so shallow is the U.S. talent pool that the American media big him up and make excuses for why he played poorly. And he's the captain FFS. It's a joke, really. Not a single American would get into that Colombian starting XI. Klinsmann might not be a good manager, but until the system can produce better players, every U.S. manager will continue to fail.