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Pulisic on 60 Minutes, Michael Bradley conspiracy?

It's a quiet night here at my parents' house where I've come to spend Sunday night and get a good night's rest before starting this week. Tomorrow is Monday, which means all that needs to happen is for the week to fly by so it can be Friday and we can watch the USMNT take on Panama in Orlando. And of course, so we can watch Christian Pulisic.

I'm not getting my hopes up anymore with the USMNT. They played like absolute garbage in the last two games, and there's no reason to think the game on Friday will be any different. I will be getting my hopes up with CP though, since he's a bright spot even when everything else looks pretty grim.

I might as well just let you all know now: I think there's some kind of conspiracy going on with Michael Bradley, his dad Bob Bradley, and US soccer. Bradley is a horrible, horrible, horrible soccer player. Ninety-eight percent (rough estimate) of his passes are back passes. He gives away the ball constantly. He's the most timid, un-attack minded midfielder I've ever seen. I've never seen anyone look less confident with the ball, or less like they want the ball, which is alarming considering he plays center mid and is the team captain. How do other people not see this? How does Bruce Arena not see this? I DON'T UNDERSTAND IT. And then Jurgen Klinsmann got fired, partly because the team wasn't playing that well and partly, apparently, because he talked bad about Michael and Bob Bradley. Are we living in a dictatorial regime where dissenters get axed? Apparently so.


It was rad to see Christian Pulisic on 60 Minutes tonight. Got a better appreciation of what it must be like to play in front of so many insane fans.

Can I make this Dortmund move happen? I was looking at Air Bnb's and language schools today.

That's all for now. I'm tired. Tomorrow I have to get my own blood with a radioactive marker infused into it transfused into me, all in the name of the almighty dollar so I can possibly move to Europe.

Bis spater. 


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