Fernando  Sanchez

Fernando Sanchez


I love USA soccer and I will stop until UNITED STATE OF AMERICA become the most powerfull soccer system in the planet....

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  • wqtpauje cimspgdx posted 2539 days ago

    wqtpauje cimspgdx

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  • Roberto Alvarez-Galloso posted 2610 days ago

    Roberto Alvarez-Galloso

    When will you start writing articles?

  • Homer Simpson posted 2665 days ago

    Homer Simpson

    2nd part of the article:


  • Roberto Alvarez-Galloso posted 2675 days ago

    Roberto Alvarez-Galloso

    I agree with you since I support US Soccer. Thanks for the comments. I have another piece of news for you since you talked about the need for Bradley to go. Please look at this article and spread it to the US Soccer Community. I also invite criticisms of a constructive nature and comments.


  • Barney Corkhill posted 2679 days ago

    Barney Corkhill

    Hey Fernando!

    The great debate is back! This one looks at the latest David Beckham saga: does he have a future with England? Capello doesn't seem to think so, but I disagree!

    I also ask whether Beckham deserves a farewell game, and whether Capello was right to break the news in the manner that he did, and more! Come and give your views on the matter, your opinion would be greatly appreciated!



  • Dave K posted 2747 days ago

    Dave K

    A little bit of advice, mate. It's hard to take you seriously when you're typing seemingly every other word in all caps. I love the enthusiasm, but it's hard for me to actually listen to your opinions when I read them like that. Cheers. Up USA.

  • Nick Johnson posted 2826 days ago

    Nick Johnson

    Im not saying its an absolute neccessity but i also think it shouldn't be overlooked. You would've thought Sven Goran Eriksson in Mexico would've been successful but he completely whiffed at finding and developing young talent. Several young Mexican-Americans chose to represent the USA simply because they were over looked by Eriksson du
    ring his time there.

    And despite Hidjink's work, i dont think anyone would mistake Korea for a world powerhouse.

  • Nick Johnson posted 2826 days ago

    Nick Johnson

    I agree to an extent. To be a legit world power we will probably need a more experienced, foreign born coach to get us over the hump. The reason why I think Bradley is good for right now is we need someone who understands that the US is still in the building stages and is familiar with American talent and the way soccer is treated in this country. I am confident US soccer brass will look abroad for a coach when the time is right.