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Bench His @ss!

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He's one of the best players on the team

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He's one of the best players on the team

He hindered The US in the second half.

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Bradley is terrible. poo passes and no it's like he has no idea which scheme US runs.

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Blame the shitty soggy pitch for bad passing, the Germans were doing it too.

 

Not to mention the USA had to travel around Brazil more than any other team... they had to be exhausted.

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He's one of the best players on the team

OMFG!

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He hindered The US in the entire 1st round (3 gms).

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Dude, he was terrible against Ghana too.

And Portugal. Was his fault they scored the last goal.

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Blame the shitty soggy pitch for bad passing, the Germans were doing it too.

Not to mention the USA had to travel around Brazil more than any other team... they had to be exhausted.

Excuses!!!!

Lets talk about the teams who had to travel more miles to Brazil!!!!!! Before we starting crying over how far US has to travel in Brazil.

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