Yesterday, it was announced by US Soccer President Sunil Gulati that Bob Bradley has been relieved of his duties as manager of the United States after a five-year run.
During Bradley's tenure, the Americans did have some unprecedented success such as making the 2009 Confederations Cup final, finishing first in the CONCACAF hexagonal during World Cup qualifying and finishing first in their group in the 2010 World Cup.
However, Bradley's dismissal will now lead to a new American manager, most likely German Jurgen Klinsmann. If Klinsmann were to be appointed, he would be the first non-American to coach the United States since Bora Milutinović did so in 1995.
Now that there will be a new man in charge, here are 10 areas that US Soccer will improve on with a new manager.