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Cameron may be the answer for Stoke, but is he for the US? (Posted on 8/29/13 at 10:41 am)
Should Cameron be our first choice RB, he played exceptionally well, I thought, against Mexico. Then he threw in a couple of lackluster performances against lower tier CONCACAF teams.
He seems to be off to a nice start for Stoke, though admittedly, I haven't seen them play this year. Are they still a park the bus and counter squad, or has Hughes afforded his players a bit more freedom.
A Stoke City style RB isn't necessarily a good fit in Jurgen's system.
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re: Cameron may be the answer for Stoke, but is he for the US? (Posted on 8/29/13 at 11:06 am to Tennessee Jed)
Hughes afforded his players a bit more freedom.
Saw the Liverpool game.
I don't know what Hughes's endgame is, but they haven't made the changes necessary to move away from Pulis's Stoke, and it's fairly evident in their play.
Cameron had a number of opportunities to get forward and looked okay with some moments to forget about. Spent the rest of the game trying to find one of Stoke's center backs or trying to figure out how to avoid being abused by Coutinho's quickness.This post was edited on 8/29 at 11:07 am
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