For what our opinion’s worth (and we realize that it isn’t much), no, Marsch’s appointment is not good for US Soccer. And as it turns out, we aren’t the only ones who feel this way. Paul Gardner over at Soccer America wrote a piece recently called U.S. Coach: No Experience needed. In this article Gardner touches on Marsch’s lack of international experience, unlikable personality, compulsion to foul, and his hatred of Brazilians, among other things. Whether Bradley’s appointment of Marsch is a signal that he condones Marsch’s behavior and attitude or is simply willing to overlook it, this is bad news. Especially considering his team’s disciplinary problems that were well documented over the summer.