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Thursday, November 2nd, 2017, 4:15 am
USA's 2-1 loss in Trinidad and Tobago marks the elimination of Bruce Arena's squad in the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia, this is the first time that the United States men's soccer national team will not play the World cup since 1986. This situation did not just leave the United States with one thing to worry about as it triggers Bruce Arena; the United States men's soccer national team head coach in pushing a step forward to his resignation which he strongly believes to be of the United States men's soccer national team advantage.Bruce Arena's bio and record
Bruce Arena has had a wonderful coaching career with great successes. Bruce Arena was born on September 21, 1951, at Brooklyn New York, U.S. Arena has managed several teams and as U.S manager, he has won CONCACAF Gold Cup three (3) times, in the following years; 2002, 2005 and 2017 and finished third in 2003.
Adding to his successes, between 1998 and 2006, Arena in 130 games accumulated 71 wins (victories) which fetched him the position of best win rate compared to former US men's soccer coaches. That was remarkable.U.S men's soccer national team downfall
For the first time since 1986, USA will miss the FIFA World Cup after their three (3) wins, three (3) draws, four (4) losses and with the total of 12 points in their World cup qualifier matches, no doubt this bad change could really be very hard for Bruce Arena to take. Trying to observe the purpose of his resignation still keeps many United States citizens and soccer lovers including Arena's squad with mouths wide open in surprises.Bruce Arena's response to the situation
Bruce Arena of 66-year-old who took after Legend Klinsmann was sacked has taken full responsibility for his team's failure to not being able to do the job well. Arena believes they (himself and his team) have no excuses for failing to qualify for World Cup which has not occurred since 1986, and Arena believes his resignation will give the USA men's soccer national team a better and more progressive future ahead.
Bruce Arena on a speech made it clear on how touching the disappointment is, he certainly has nobody to blame it on, of course he needs no one to blame It on, though resigning is not an easy thing for Arena but still he believes his resignation will be of great benefit to the USA men's soccer national team and the United States soccer lovers in general.
Bruce Arena has stated how lovely and fun being with the United States men's football national team has been for him and has willingly given his resignation for the progress of the national teams.Bruce Arena's next plan
Bruce Arena has not made known his recent plans on what next he is going for, but his stand still remains on giving the United States men's soccer national team a space for new growth.
The question is: how can they regain their past glory
Thursday, November 2nd, 2017, 3:51 am
For the past few days, the USMNT (The United States men's soccer national team) has been mourning their loss to Trinidad and Tobago, which cost their chance of making the 2018 World Cup in Russia, and also led to the resignation of their head coach, Bruce Arena.
Since USMNT will mourn for 20 months (nearly a year) with no tournament to play apart from local and international friendlies, they should work on their weaknesses to regain their past glory for the nation and their supportive fans. What the USMNT has lost and how to regain them
The team has lost the 2018 World cup qualification, a record, their head coach, and few supportive fans interest. This loss has caused an injury to the entire USMNT, which means they need hard work to perform better.
The following three (3) solutions will help the United States men's soccer national team to regain their glory. These include; a new coach, team restructuring, and better performances.A new coach
Bruce Arena took over the United States men's soccer national team after Jurgen Klansman, and has managed the team gloriously till his 2-1 loss to Trinidad and Tobago, which cost the team their chance of making the World Cup, and this will be the first time the USMNT will be out of World Cup since 1986.
Arena's resignation left the team with a new choice of getting a new head coach to manage the team. According to BBC sport, Arena accepts the responsibility for failing to do the job well.
To replace Arena, the team needs a well-experienced coach to help them perform better. This should be the first step to take, to ensure that the USMNT is complete, then other things will follow.Team restructuring
The teams lost the glory they upheld since 1986, this means there were changes. The new coach must figure out the changes and correct them. This might involve replacing some players, improving how they train, he must discover the qualities that kept them in their former glory and reapply them for better performances.
Getting an experienced coach and restructuring the team will improve their performance. To acquire and sustain a remarkable record is a product of a better performance, and a better performance is what the U.S. national team need to regain their glory. To successful people, failure is a key to greater success, as they consistently apply the proper solution, same applies to the United States men's soccer national team, they have failed to sustain a record and must work to regain it, and all eyes will be on them when they are finally back.
Finally, they need the fans on their side, if they perform well without fans support they will easily slump.
Also read : The United States men's soccer national team head coach Resigns on failure to qualify for World Cup 2018 Russia