Bruce Arena has returned as head coach of the US national team. He checks a number of boxes simply for being "not an archetype multiculturalist cuckolding shill" like his predecessor Jurgen Klinsmann. Arena was a champion college coach at Virginia at the beginning of his career and most recently had been presiding over a very successful and generally white-friendly LA Galaxy club team. He is a "safe" hire and probably owns the best resume of any realistic candidate. Last night, the USA "righted the ship" by pasting Honduras 6-0 in a World Cup qualifier. All six goals were scored by white players. However, Arena opted for a starting lineup with five whites, two Mexicans, and four blacks (two mulattos, an African, and a Haitian). Three white substitutes made appearances, and the bench consisted of two blacks, nine whites, and a Tiger Woods. For consistency, let's use the established template: FORWARDS (2/3) Clint Dempsey - White Jozy Altidore - Black (Haitian) Chris Wondolowski - White MIDFIELDERS (7/8) Michael Bradley - White Christian Pulisic - White Alejandro Bedoya - White hispanic Sebastian Lletget - White Darlington Nagbe - Black (Liberian) Sacha Klejstan - White Dax McCarty - White Graham Zusi - White DEFENDERS (4/9) John Brooks - Mulatto (black father, German mother) Geoff Cameron - White Omar Gonzalez - Mestizo (Mexican) Jorge Villafana - Mestizo (Mexican) DaMarcus Beasley - Black Kellyn Acosta - Black (Japanese grandmother!) Walker Zimmerman - White Tim Ream - White Matt Besler - White KEEPERS (1/3) Tim Howard - Mulatto (black father, HUNGARIAN mother) David Bingham - White Nick Rimando - "Mixed" (Filipino/Amerindian mestizo) As far as the "entrenched" players go, Dempsey, Bradley, Cameron, and Pulisic seem to be steady starters. Altidore, Brooks, and Howard also appear to enjoy that status. I appreciate Arena being willing to mix up the team around his core. Let's hope future lineups trend more toward eight white starters than the five we just saw.