Monday, February 2, 2009

Busy Day At The Office

Sorry for the delay in posting today. There's quite a bit of happenings at The Home Depot Center. The team had 90-minute session on the field that included a crossing and finishing exercise that we'll show you later today - can you say 'top goals video', anyone?

Also on the agenda were interviews with the legendary host of República Deportiva, Fernando Fiore, who traveled to get the USA's take on the upcoming showdown with Mexico. You can see Fernando's talks with the players and coaches this coming Sunday on Univision.

And of course the big news for everyone involved in soccer in the United States, today's confirmation by USSF President Sunil Gulati that the U.S. will submit simultaneous bids for the 2018 and 2022 FIFA World Cups.

While the team takes a break tomorrow, we want to hear your thoughts/hopes/dreams for the World Cup coming back to the United States?

4 comments:

flowmo33 said...

sorry, but i just wanna know if jemal johnson is on bobs radar. the kids good. can we also get highlights from his games?

Jordan said...

Any word on where the remaining three WCQ games will be held? Or at least a list of the cities being considered for those games? I can't find any information anywhere. Is Seattle a possibility with the brouhaha surrounding the genesis of the Sounders?

Pete said...

The US knows how to host a WC. The WC 1994 was the largest attended, most viewed and most profitable WC in the history of the tournament. The money was used wisely and continues to be with youth developement, coaching education and so much more. Let us do it again FIFA!

The César said...

it would be fantastic, really fantastic, if we could get a WC here in the States again! I know I'd love to see some goals up in Soldier Field. :)