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Taylor Twellman Went On A Second Epic Rant On ESPN

12 October 2017

After his epic rant went viral on Tuesday night after the Americans' shocking elimination from the 2018 World Cup, Twellman returned to the ESPN airwaves to rant some more on the morning SportsCenter.

Tuesday night's loss to Trinidad and Tobago marked one of the darkest days in US soccer history. Please RT if you agree.

Instead, it will be Panama, with a population of four million people, that joins Costa Rica and Mexico in Russian Federation in 2018.

The U.S. loss "is a blow to Fox Sports' soccer ambitions", Steven Cahall, an analyst at RBC Capital Markets, said Wednesday in a note. USMNT supporters had hoped that this World Cup would be a swan song for some of the stars who had brought so them much joy, including Michael Bradley, Clint Dempsey, and Tim Howard.

On the domestic front, Major League Soccer, which began in 1996, has produced a stable league for the first time in North America and has grown to 22 teams, many playing in new soccer specific stadiums.

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"If this failure does not wake up everyone from U.S Soccer to Major League Soccer to 'pay to play" [youth soccer], to broadcasters, everything, then we are all insane, ' said Twellman.

"That should never have happened with the billion dollars plus that is going into MLS and youth soccer development but it did and every single person should look themselves in the mirror", he added. He said it was not the fault of Jurgen Klinsmann, head coach from 2011 through 2016, or Bruce Arena who took over from him. He added: "The players have got to be good enough, too".

Sports bars: Come World Cup time, sports bars in the United States come alive.

Games for the US national team were highly rated during the 2014 World Cup, which ESPN broadcasted.

"As a whole, US soccer is just not prepared", Twellman said. We have players playing overseas of some quality'. 'We'll look at everything, obviously, and all our programs, both the national team and all the development stuff'.

Taylor Twellman Went On A Second Epic Rant On ESPN