Friday, June 6, 2008

Back In Jersey

You'll be getting a first-person account of our travels from one our players shortly - here's a hint: it ain't pretty - but suffice to say we are finally ensconced back on the east coast of the United States. Which is actually more than we can say for Argentina, whose charter flight from San Diego following their 4-1 thrashing of Mexico made an overnight pitstop in Kansas City after the team decided to avoid threatening weather conditions and chill out in K.C. instead.

It's an overcast day here in New Jersey as the U.S. quickly changes gears in preparation for the match against Argentina. More than 67,000 tickets have already been sold for the Sunday showdown, and the U.S. hits the training field later this afternoon with a little more than 48 hours remaining before kickoff.

Stay tuned this afternoon when Bob Bradley will put out the roster for the USA's third match in 10 days, and the final tuneup before the start of qualifying for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

1 comment:

cb3fan said...

Why is'nt Carlos playing? Is he hurt or are they wanting to rest him for the next game? Please let us know!!!!!!!