Sport Bruce Arena has a sarcastic response for everyone who thinks he should get fired

19:44  12 october  2017
19:44  12 october  2017 Source:   For The Win

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And of course also for the team’s dedicated followers, who wanted to watch Christian Pulisic play in a World Cup. But, some good news: The US Women’s team still has a chance to qualify for their World Cup Bruce Arena has a sarcastic response for everyone who thinks he should get fired .

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Bruce Arena has a sarcastic response for everyone who thinks he should get fired © Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports Bruce Arena has a sarcastic response for everyone who thinks he should get fired Following the U.S. Men's soccer team's humiliated pre-World Cup exit at the hands of Trinidad and Tobago, by far the most humiliating result in the country's history, head coach Bruce Arena looks to be a dead man walking.

As I wrote yesterday, it's not entirely Arena's fault this U.S. team missed the competition, but he's not the man to take this team forward. His tactics were antiquated at best and amateurish at worst. The U.S., simply put, needs new leadership.

I'm not alone in that mindset. Those calling for the USSF and Arena to part ways have been growing since the loss, so TMZ asked Arena about those fans calling for his head. His response was diplomatic, but also rather sarcastic:

"We appreciate your support. We have great fans."

Bruce Arena got his second chance but failed to make the most of it .
Another opportunity to coach the U.S. national team probably felt like a dream, but the dream became a nightmare with one failed matchPerhaps Sunil Gulati put it best shortly after the most crushing loss in U.S. national team history. Addressing the media after Tuesday's catastrophic World Cup qualifying defeat to Trinidad & Tobago, the U.S. Soccer president tried to offer some context and said Bruce Arena wasn't a genius on Oct. 6 — when the U.S. crushed Panama 4-0 — and he wasn't an idiot on that fateful day in Couva.

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