Project 2010’s love affair with Grant Wahl continues:
“Here’s what I want to see [at the Gold Cup]: Freddy Adu being handed the keys to the U.S. midfield, told that he’ll play in every game and given the freedom to show what he can do. I can understand why Adu hasn’t been starting for the U.S. (he hasn’t played enough at club level; not that Jozy Altidore or Benny Feilhaber have, either), but the Gold Cup is the perfect setting to put him on the field and give him a chance. It would be good to see José Francisco Torres out there, too. It’s hard for me to fathom why it was Sacha Kljestan (red card, ineffectual) instead of Torres who started against Brazil.”
We could not agree more. Read the whole article here.