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Discussion in 'Soccer' started by Highlander, Aug 6, 2011.
Well, it's not 9, but still a good 7 (especially compared to recent games) for the USA tonight.
I think it's safe to say that the goofy looking African Zardes quite possibly has some of the worst touch and coordination I've ever seen.
USSA loses to Jamaica, 2 -1.
Of course, here's BSPN's image from the match on their front page:
Yeah, because that debacle was all Johannson's fault... how about Klinsmann's precious Blerman John Brooks not even being able to mark his man on that first goal that Jamaica scored... of a throw in... Oh, and I mentioned it as well, but Zardes has absolutely no touch when he gets the ball. He is beyond terrible. But hey, he runs really fast, so keep calling him up!!
The USA follows this up with losing to Panama in a penalty shootout... :noidea: I actually didn't get to see the match, but it's completely obvious Klinsmann has lost this team. Losing to crap teams like Jamaica and Panama isn't acceptable. Zardes should be done. Brooks is terrible. Oh, and Chandler (another Blerman) sucks too. Beckerman is just as bad. He's slow, and can't do anything. But, Gulati said Klinsmann's job is safe for some reason, even if he loses the playoff for the Confederations Cup....
It was all rigged for Mexico anyway. Last minute non-penalty penalties given to Mexico in both the QF and SF.:dodgy: (CONCACAF has always been super corrupt). But, yes, losing to Jamaica should be embarrassing to the US Soccer Federation, which, incidentally, is headed by someone called Sunil Gulati.
WTF? Is that Benny Hinn?!?
The USSAMNT came from behind to beat Peru 2-1 at RFK Stadium in Washington D.C. It was a particularly disgusting lineup this time, probably rivaling France's latest Euro 2016 match.
Anyway, I thought this excerpt below from an article in the Baltimore Sun is pretty telling:
While the visitors had a 59-41 percent possession advantage in the first half, Altidore dampened the mostly pro-Peruvian crowd of 28,896 at RFK Stadium, where the Americans improved to 15-3-5 at their most frequently used venue.
Apparently, (White) Americans don't seem to have much enthusiasm for this loathsome squad.
If this team accurately reflected the available soccer talent here in the US on a percentage basis, there'd be no more than 2 blacks on the 23-man roster, then maybe 3-4 Latinos and 1-2 Asians, leaving anywhere between 15-17 Whites.
Up next for the USSAMNT is Mexico. Go Mexico!
I believe the USSA started the match with something like 3-4 white players, and ended with about that many. I know Phall mentioned this in the other thread, but I'll be Aron Johannson is probably really regretting joining this multi-kulti cesspool of a team while his native homeland of Iceland have cruised through qualifying so far, and just qualified for Euro 2016 at the top of their group today. He could have been part of something truly historic and provided Iceland with another great weapon, but is instead stuck on this dumpster of a team.
Well, the USSA lost 3-2 to Mexico in Extra Time. The started 6 whites and 5 blacks, finishing with a 7-3 ratio, with Asian Bobby Wood brought on for Altidore.
DeMarcus Beasley, who amazingly still gets called up, made a huge error that led to the last goal for Mexico. Committing an error like this would get a white player eternally vilified, but it's not to be for Beasley. On BigSoccer, the consensus is how crappy it will be to have this error be their last memory of Beasley in a USA uniform.... They even blamed Guzan for not being able to save the great shot from Aguilar. Guzan played brilliantly for the entire match, even with the three goals, all of which were made possible by the shaky defense. One guy even said that this loss is on the USA's white players, while making no mention of Altidore not doing anything (like usual) or Yedlin's (lack) of defense (he did have a great cross though).
That being said, the US needs to get younger in a hurry. Seeing guys like Jermaine Jones, DeMarcus Beasley, and Kyle Beckerman starting and playing the full ET as well doesn't inspire a lot of confidence. The USA actually has a fair amount of younger white players that they can call up, but I wouldn't hold my breath. I'm hoping this gets Klinnsmann and Gulati fired, but I wouldn't bet on it.
Great news as I was hoping Mexico would win. Last score I saw was USSA up 2-1. Good to see a nation like Mexico field a team that accurately represents not only the people that were born and live there but puts skill level and ability above anything else, unlike the pure racial agenda of USSAMNT.
Gulati hired Klinsmann for one reason, to diversify the USMNT (read: diminish the number of White players, no matter how good they are or could be developed to be, and elevate black players). As long as the team is somewhat competitive, he'll keep his job, because actually winning matches and championships is less of a priority than developing a somewhat competitive team with a requisite number of black players.
Just in the area that I live, if I drive around, throughout the junior high and high school fields, you'll see hundreds of Whites and Latinos playing competitive soccer, yet not one black, at least from my quick glances. I'm sure it's similar in other areas of the country, yet they can't find or develop any of these to become potential candidates?
The MLS is just as bad if not worse as they'll import a lot of inferior black players from Africa (just check the rosters of where the black players come from, as I have, which indicates a dearth of black talent in the US) instead of the superior White talent that has developed here simply for diversity quotas on these MLS teams, otherwise the MLS would easily be 75-80% White. That's why Klinsmann will recruit mulatto German-American players, born of a German whore, to litter the team, because there's virtually no home-grown black talent to choose from.
All three of the goals came from Beasley's side,and he was indeed the worst player on the pitch along with Altidore(though sadly Dempsey was very bad as well)
And here's how Beasley cost US the game:
Another thing I find funny, pathetic, sad, and telling is that whenever the USSAMNT plays somewhere in the States, supposedly a "home field" advantage, the vast majority of the attendees are cheering hard for the other team.
Whether it was Peruvians in D.C. when they took on Peru, Brazilians in NYC when they played Brazil or, most recently yesterday, with 93,000 screaming Mexicans in Pasadena, CA cheering on the Mexican team.
Blood (race + ethnicity + nation) is thicker than water (forced diversity).
I agree. Too bad Western Nations can't seem to figure this out. The only place that the United States can play anymore is in Columbus, Ohio, or maybe Kansas City. That's what I like about the Mexican team; they actually have a team that represents them. I think the USA would be able to get more attention from fans if they did something similar; although no DWF would ever admit it, they don't want to watch a bunch of foreign born black and Central American players who can barely speak English or represent them.
I agree completely. The only American born black on the team right now is DeMarcus Beasley. If he's the best black player that the USSA can produce, then the talent pool must be almost none. If team selection was done fairly, the USA team would be made up of roughly 75-80% white players, with the remaining players being mestizos. The only good thing that comes out of the USA cap-tying all of these Blermans is that they can't represent Germany anymore.
How you tiptoed around the truth,i.e the jew,while saying the above is beyond me.If you too lived in Europe,I'd have understood,but that isn't the case.And not to pretend that what I rubber-stamp or not matters,but seriously,if it didn't come from someone who has as many posts here as you have,I'd actually wonder if this was some form of trolling.
PS - Are you a Christian?
The result was disastrous for at least three reasons. First, the match was "competitive" enough to keep Klinsmann away from the axe. I can't disagree with the idea posted above that the main duty of the coach under Sunil Gulati is to develop and field multiculturalism. Bob Bradley was fired four years ago after a very similar trajectory of results, yet for some reason a "home field" loss to arch rival Mexico after an embarrassing tournament failure is not enough reason to start fresh before World Cup qualifying.
None of Mexico's goals were soft, yet conceding three weakened Brad Guzan's case for starting as keeper. Guzan is familiar picking the ball out of his net at Aston Villa after shoddy defending from black fullbacks, so he should be a shoe-in on this roster. The choice between Tim Howard is already a coin flip in many fans' minds, and in the aftermath of the game, I've read some armchair pundits voting for the change. This is now a full-fledged storyline.
Finally, the late scoring connection between a black jew and a Filipino-German is now imprinted in the minds of the Sam's Army fans. Bobby Wood is a marginal striker in the German 2nd Division, but Klinsmann rates him above any actual American strikers. DeAndre Yedlin doesn't even play for Sunderland, yet apparently his form still exceeds the MLS' best offering. With a big, fruitless goal on their resumes, these two bums are going to be harder to displace from future rosters.
And what I meant by that is the liberals that are currently running most "Western" countries being completely oblivious to the danger that this "diversity" represents. People like Angela Merkel, Obama, Hollande, or the parties that have made parts of Sweden a cesspool are just as much at fault for these disastrous policies. The rise of anti-immigration parties in Europe shows that at least some people are concerned about the well-being of their countries. Strangely, Israel doesn't seem to want the same diversity in their country.. "weird" right?
This is what I was thinking through the game as well. How guys like Jack McInerney or Jordan Morris (who SHOULD be on the senior team right now) aren't being integrated into the team is beyond me. I see Klinsmann called up ANOTHER striker from the 2nd Bundesliga: Andrew Wooten (who's already 26), yet another Blerman.
I remember during the last Olympics, the USA team hilariously failed to qualify in 2012 featuring a largely foreign lineup. As I was channel flipping, I saw they were playing Columbia in the Olympic playoff. They currently lead 1-0, and, wouldn't you know it, they're playing with 9 white players (counting white Hispanic Luis Gil), with 1 black and 1 "actual" Hispanic. I was pleasantly surprised, and can definitely root for this USA team!!
Edit: Don't think it will hold though; the USA only has three white subs on the bench: a GK, defender Walter Zimmerman, and winger Paul Arriola.
Just as I praised the U23 Olympic team, Klinsmann takes a step back, and loses 2-0 to Guatemala at the senior level. Not surprisingly, he had an all black/mestizo back line and GK. In no surprise, they gave up 2 goals to a side that would be killed by almost any Euro team.
Btw, the U23 got out of Colombia with a 1-1 draw. The Colombian goal was courtesy of a penalty by the USA's one black player on the pitch at the time.
Klinsmann still making excuses. Here's a couple of headlines on BSPN's Soccer page today:
Klinsmann: Altidore is still Maturing
Klinsmann: USMNT not fine-tuned yet
The only reason Klinsmann has not been dismissed yet is because he plays a lot of blacks and Hispanics. If he had the same results playing a lot of White players, he'd of been fired by now.
Off topic, but as far as International Friendlies go, England beat Germany 3-2 today. All 5 goals by White players - Kroos, Gomez, Kane, Vardy, and Eric Dier (not familiar with him):
How many years is Altidore going to have to mature?? This is beyond ridiculous. I was reading the comments after the game and does the back line or Howard get any blame? Nope, it's DWFs wanting Dempsey and Bradley out of the team.
It was great that all of the goals were scored by white players, but each side played a lot of non-whites. England made their comeback courtesy of Germany's horrible black CB pairing of Jonathan Tah (who was subbed on for Hummels) and Antonio Rudiger... They should've given up another goal, but England's Delle Alli smashed a sitter over the bar.
Here's Canada's starting XI for their 0-3 loss to Mexico in Vancouver:
Canada is less than 3% black.
The ledes on every single US soccer website feature Klinsmann's "leash," "hot seat," or other harbinger metaphor for the coach's end days. The comments, which are always thoroughly self-policed by multiculturalism enthusiasts, are almost completely unanimous against Klinsmann, calling for his immediate firing. Some of these even point upstairs to USSF president Sunil Gulati, a native of India who mysteriously runs unopposed.
I did a short burst of internet searching and was not encouraged about Gulati's removal, possible successors, or the broad future of white players in the US team. The Indian has run unopposed as the incumbent in the past two elections (2o10 and 2014). He might get some pushback in the "disaster scenario" that USA misses the World Cup before 2018. For the most part, however, the board of directors at the United States Soccer Federation promotes from within. This keeps an "old boys" hierarchy, but with a globalist mentality. The current executive vice president and number 2 man is ex-Goldman Sachs chairman Carlos Cordeiro, a mestizo whose biography includes the opening of foreign capital markets to post-apartheid South Africa. He obviously has no athletic pedigree but does have plenty of elite experience tearing down borders, decentralizing spheres of democratic influence, and promoting diversity through world markets as an economic feature.
There is little media coverage of these USSF elections, and only the serious and attentive American fans can even recall Gulati by name. Since they are mostly out of the public eye, there isn't call for transparency in disclosing internal proceedings or mission statements. If Klinsmann gets shown the door after Tuesday's pending fixture (a 'revenge match' against Guatemala), whoever replaces him will presumably have the same boss and same objectives, which are not necessarily results-oriented. While failing to advance into CONCACAF's hexagonal qualifier would push him off the edge, I am afraid Klinsmann is safe until that day. His successor will have the same bosses, who seem to be interested in the aspect of the job which focuses on promoting squad diversity at the expense of cohesion, solidarity, and wins.
Klinsmann with a modified starting 11 (7 Whites, 3 blacks, and a mestizo) and the USA beats Guatemala 4-0 in their rematch. Three of the four goals from White players - Cameron, Zusi, and Dempsey. Altidore with the fourth...
I just saw an article on the web about the US team failing to qualify by losing to Columbia. I don't pay much attention to futbol, so I don't know what happened to facilitate the defeat, but looking at this picture posted above the article, it's ALL the fault of this cracka and probably more like him......
Funny you mention that. I was going to post something similar the other day after noticing the same thing on BSPN after the USSA lost to Guatemala. They showed a picture that only included Bradley and Dempsey, with their heads down. No pictures of any of the coal-strewn backfield that actually gave up the two goals to Guatemala. In fact, I believe Bradley and Dempsey graded relatively high compared to the other players for that match, but no matter, that doesn't fit the agenda.
I've noticed this on both Yahoo! Sports and BSPN over the past couple of years with other teams like Chelsea, Man U, Arsenal, etc. Whenever they are on a losing streak or are under-performing, the image exclusively shows only the White players, together, often with their heads down, even though these teams are almost 50% black now and the reason why they are truly under-performing. They've particularly had it out for Wayne Rooney the past few years, who is the second leading goal scorer in EPL history. I wish he'd take the $100 million the Chinese are offering him to play in their super-league and then tear it up over there, leaving the EPL for good.