Very surprising and poignant comments from Stu Holden

Maybe this is now old, but I just read Stu Holden’s commentary on the Haiti game this past Saturday. There has been some talk that Holden could be a great spokesman for U.S. soccer. His writing only seeks to affirm that.

This article, it’s sincerity and honesty, was something you might expect from a gracious ambassador for U.S. soccer, specifically his feelings immediately upon scoring the equalizer.

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  1. Posted by Mark T on 2009/07/14 at 6:40 PM

    I agree, Matt. Holden represents himself and US Soccer well from what I have seen so far.

    Saying he thought the team “took [its] foot off the gas” goes right to my blog post on here the day after the game. The US players have no right to think they can cruise to any victory (except perhaps over Grenada) and Bob Bradley is there to make sure that doesn’t happen. Unfortunately, both player and coach malfunctioned in that regard on Saturday.

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  2. Posted by cosmosredux on 2009/07/14 at 7:12 PM

    ….and it’s rather telling that Holden in his what 2nd senior team cap, and not Bradley or any of the vets….Ching, Conrad stepped up and made that comment.

    You had to be pleased with that comment and with Davies begging the ref for more time.

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