USA Soccer Coach Has No Faith In His Guys and The Chode Is Pissed

Featured, Sports and Bets — June 6, 2014 at 7:12 am by

 

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“In an interview with the New York Times’ Sam Borden, Klinsmann went on to say that “is not possible” for the Americans to win the World Cup in 2014.”

Seriously man, what the hell? Maybe what Klinsmann is saying is accurate, I’m not going to argue that he’s lying.  But If you’re giving this ass credit for being honest  you need to forget what your parents might have told you when you were a kid because honesty is not always the best policy.  Especially in sports. We’re fans and sometimes we don’t need the truth. You know why? Because we can’t hannnnndle the truth.  Everyone knew the movie Titanic was going to end with the ship going down, but we didn’t need some asshole running up and down the aisle announcing it. Right now, Klinsmann is that asshole and the worst part is he’s a part of the production himself.

I don’t know much about soccer but I do understand USA is not a powerhouse like Spain or Brazil,  countries where soccer is the top sport. That doesn’t mean we as American fans want to be told by our own coach that we have NO chance at winning. Call us an underdog, that’s one thing. Everyone loves a good underdog story like, say, the 1980 USA hockey team. What if their coach  Herb Brooks had come out and said, “Ahh screw it, the Soviets are that damn good, we don’t have a shot at sniffing shit, much less gold”.  There never would have never been a miracle on ice if USA Hockey’s own coach hadn’t believed in his team.  Bottom line, Herb Brooks was the man, and right now I have a picture of Jurgen Klinsman on my dart board.

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