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D.C. United waives Szetela

Danny Szetela joined D.C. United last summer amid much fanfare, a former U.S. under-20 national team midfielder who had spent time with clubs in Spain and Italy and seemed poised to finally fulfill lofty professional expectations.

But less than a year after arriving in Washington, Szetela is on the way out. United officials confirmed Tuesday night that they are going to waive him.

Szetela, 22, was acquired through allocation after leaving Serie B side Brescia last summer. Off-field issues hindered his progress and disappointed club officials, and although he appeared in four league matches and five CONCACAF Champions League games, he didn't make a favorable impression in competition or in the clubhouse.

This year, he hurt his knee the first week of training camp and underwent surgery. With Szetela slated to earn more than $100,000 this season -- a large sum for a player who was probably not going to crack the starting lineup -- United decided to put the cash to better use by letting him go.

In five MLS seasons (Columbus from 2004 through 2007 and, after his European pursuits, DCU in 2009), Szetela has played in just 38 league matches (25 starts) with no goals and three assists.

By Steve Goff  |  March 17, 2010; 12:25 AM ET
Categories:  D.C. United  
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Comments

1st!

Posted by: redskinsux | March 17, 2010 12:32 AM | Report abuse

And what exactly is the "better use" you speak of?

Posted by: decoi | March 17, 2010 12:34 AM | Report abuse

Good I'm happy they waived him.

Please try to defend szetela, he did nothing on the field and caused trouble off the the field.

Posted by: Ivanovich84 | March 17, 2010 12:39 AM | Report abuse

And what exactly is the "better use" you speak of?

Posted by: decoi | March 17, 2010 12:34 AM
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That would be the $640,000 question (rough guess as to how much cap room the team now has). Obviously we don't know #s (like how much will Pena earn?), but it seems the team still has about one-quarter of the total salary cap to use. My fantasy is we're getting Clarence Seedorf after the Cup, but that would still leave about $400k of cap room to spend this season.

Posted by: fischy | March 17, 2010 12:46 AM | Report abuse

Bummer, but there are probably some MLS clubs that would say, "I told you so." When he was available in the allocation last year, there were some clubs that various blogs said were passing on him (passing on trading up for the top allocation spot) due to off-the-field issues. I had hoped that United knew something the others didn't when they picked him up, or at least thought the risk was worth it. It is a shame it didn't work out since you can't just get back in the front of the line for allocation.

Posted by: UnitedFanInTX | March 17, 2010 12:49 AM | Report abuse

Maybe now the Danny vs. Tommy story can finally be told from last year.

Posted by: VercengetorixII | March 17, 2010 12:49 AM | Report abuse

Stray observation: I love how Fischy and Dadryan tag team the Soccer by Ivies message board:

http://www.soccerbyives.net/soccer_by_ives/2010/03/szetela-waived-by-dc-united.html

These guys should get Soccer Insider merit badges. Or hobbies. (Ah, I kid, fellas. Good stuff, really.)

The Soccer by Ivies message board makes me really cherish our little community here. I doubt we have any real moral high ground, but we certainly seem more charming.

And we are better spellers—FTW!

Posted by: HWLongfellow | March 17, 2010 12:52 AM | Report abuse

At least we've got plenty of depth in central midfield.

Posted by: benonthehill | March 17, 2010 12:58 AM | Report abuse

That would be the $640,000 question (rough guess as to how much cap room the team now has). Obviously we don't know #s (like how much will Pena earn?), but it seems the team still has about one-quarter of the total salary cap to use. My fantasy is we're getting Clarence Seedorf after the Cup, but that would still leave about $400k of cap room to spend this season.
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Yeah, I got that the team has a lot of money left under the cap, but I haven't heard or seen any indication that they're going to spend it. In fact all of their talk has been they're not going after a DP or any expensive players.

Posted by: decoi | March 17, 2010 12:58 AM | Report abuse


Accidentally posted this in the previous thread . . .

Handwavy assessment of our cap status:

http://www.bigsoccer.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1364617

Bottom line: as fischy suggested, we're way under the cap, with an estimated $675k in cap space.

Posted by: christopher_a_metzler | March 17, 2010 12:59 AM | Report abuse

. . . plenty of depth . . .

Oh wait. Yeah, not so much.

Posted by: benonthehill | March 17, 2010 12:59 AM | Report abuse

bum.

Posted by: peteywheatstraw | March 17, 2010 1:06 AM | Report abuse

Will United have any attacking midfielders on the roster when the season starts? I mean...if the season starts?

Posted by: chemweapon | March 17, 2010 2:38 AM | Report abuse

Suprised but not bummed by this move. I am more bummed that Scott Morstink will be getting closer and closer to a starting role...

Posted by: ManOfLaMancha | March 17, 2010 3:10 AM | Report abuse

My guess is that a combination of poor attitude, a lack of versatility, and his salary (even with all that cap space) did Szetela in.

The attitude thing is well known. His versatility problems were illustrated last season. Soehn kept trying to use him wide, and it kept being plain as day that his very best on the wing was still not that good. Szetela can only really play his best in the middle, and once Quaranta became Onalfo's preferred partner for Simms, it did leave you wondering what Szetela actually brought to this team. 6 figures is a lot to pay your depth.

Pena will probably be taking a decent size of that cap space, but it'll still be enough room to pursue a DP this summer (or, two significant non-DP signings). You've got to think that's the plan, because there's no other reason to leave that kind of cap room in MLS. It doesn't gain you anything.

Posted by: Chest_Rockwell | March 17, 2010 4:07 AM | Report abuse

At least we've got plenty of depth in central midfield.

Posted by: benonthehill | March 17, 2010 12:58 AM | Report abuse

Possibly, but they may be carrying picket signs instead of dribbling soccer balls. I'm getting very nervous now.

Posted by: croftonpost | March 17, 2010 4:22 AM | Report abuse

Whack!!!
That was life hitting you in the head, Danny-boy. Welcome to it!!
Now, go get a job or earn the one you seem to think you deserve. The world eats up people like you.

Posted by: marksman37 | March 17, 2010 5:39 AM | Report abuse

Well, at least we can get a 2nd-3rd round superdraft pick or some allocation money for his rights.

Posted by: ManOfLaMancha | March 17, 2010 6:52 AM | Report abuse

Well, I'm a bit stunned. Look at some of those U17 stars (Adu and Szetela) who were so eager to get to Europe and....thud. This was supposed to revitalize his career. I guess not.

1. People who are saying "this hurts our depth" or "there goes our depth" are wrong. We didn't have depth before Szetela (and that's not a slam at him). There is nothing wrong with paying $100k for a guy who's your 12th or 13th guy off the bench if you think he's a talent and will grow to become a great player. Which gets me to....

2. I think people are reading DCU's comments wrong. Saying stuff like "put the cash to better use" (Goff's phrasing is what I think the club really means is: "we just don't think this guy can play--if he was making $20k b/c he's American and young we'd take a flyer on him. But it's $100k, he's a locker room issue, he won't start and he doesn't appear to be getting any better--he's just dead space." But our mgmt almost never says that about a player. We talk about how "we've decided to go in a different direction" or "better value" or "released this player now so they have time to find a better fit" or "just not in our plans."

Onalfo has shown a willingness to trust American players and especially YOUNG American players. He's shown a willingness to tolerate stiffs if they work hard. So by cutting Szetela (when you're this far under the cap) basically says "we don't think this guy has game--we don't want him on our team."

Posted by: JoeW1 | March 17, 2010 7:59 AM | Report abuse

So basically Szetela is not as good as Morsink? I agree with everyone else that is not just a talent issue, but he may not have the proper work ethic or attitude. That sucks because I was hoping he would be a future national team player. Oh well!

Posted by: no_recess | March 17, 2010 8:08 AM | Report abuse

Szetela represents a failure of many people on many levels: MLS, in its zeal for marketing buzz, put this kid under a spotlight at the start with that dog-and pony show of a broadcast on ESPN to ballyhoo his arrival on the scene, relicating the Adu buzz but on a smaller scale. Then, as he career became more of a disappointment as time went on, DCU's techincal staff brought him in, and he became one of the strongest symbols of Soehn's management style: once you're in the doghouse, you never leave.

At some point the people who manage the teams, the league and the players are going to have to man up and accept responsibility for some pretty poor policy decisions. Putting this kid and others like Freddy into these situations at such an early age does nobody any favors and can have a pretty deleterious effect on some young lives.

Posted by: lgm6986 | March 17, 2010 8:09 AM | Report abuse

Can anyone give some specific examples of Szetela's off-field issues? I'm not denying they exist, I just haven't heard anything more than the general internet grumbling.

Posted by: philofutbol | March 17, 2010 8:37 AM | Report abuse

@lgm6986 - So its the leagues fault that Szetela didn't perform here or in Europe?

Maybe he's just not as good as people hoped. Some guys peak at 18, some don't peak until they're 28. Sound's like Danny is one of the former.

Posted by: SoccerVA | March 17, 2010 8:41 AM | Report abuse

One word: Fail.

Posted by: Reignking | March 17, 2010 8:52 AM | Report abuse

And what exactly is the "better use" you speak of?

Posted by: decoi | March 17, 2010 12:34 AM

Exactly. As fischy pointed out, the team has tons of cap space. Not spending up to the cap in this league is unforgivable, and a recipe for disaster. I hope they've got plans to bring in someone good and not pinch pennies until the new stadium comes along.

If we hadn't taken Sztela, we would have been at the top of the allocation order, which means that we would have been able to grab Perkins for free. So, we basically lost Fred, the #7 pick, and allocation money for nothing. Ouch.

Posted by: jsm91 | March 17, 2010 9:18 AM | Report abuse

This is is a pretty huge failure for DC United's front office.

It did happen under 2 different head coaches, but Kasper and Hudson oversaw the process.

A lot of posters make negative references to Szetela being a disruptive force or a bad influence in the locker room. Can any of that be substantiated?

Hard to believe Szetela was on the full USMNT not that long ago.

Posted by: Joel_M_Lane | March 17, 2010 9:22 AM | Report abuse

If we hadn't taken Sztela, we would have been at the top of the allocation order, which means that we would have been able to grab Perkins for free. So, we basically lost Fred, the #7 pick, and allocation money for nothing. Ouch.
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And, don't forget that we protected Szetela in the expansion draft and exposed Jacobson. I'm really going to hate it if Jacobson pans out for the Philadelphia Union.

Posted by: Stevenho | March 17, 2010 9:27 AM | Report abuse

@lgm6986: What a bunch of bleeding-heart, gobbledygook NONSENSE.

Szetela has ONE person to blame for his failure as a soccer player. The guy in the mirror.

Posted by: Ron16 | March 17, 2010 9:28 AM | Report abuse

Sorry, in my post at 922 I meant to say "Kasper and PAYNE" not "Kasper and HUDSON".

Ray Hudson is completely innocent in this case.

Posted by: Joel_M_Lane | March 17, 2010 9:42 AM | Report abuse

Remember when you fools dogged Tommy Soehn for not playing him, saying Danny was a top notch player because he played in Italy! Everybody blamed Tommy for his failure, now it's different. Get a clue DC fans. I come back to this site to laugh at you guys and this is way too funny. It proves that you guys have no soccer knowledge. This is too funny. I cant deal with your idiot comments anymore. Goodbye forever. Have your fun responding to this comment. It will be funny to see the responses of idiots trying to sound intelligent.

Posted by: markt6 | March 17, 2010 9:49 AM | Report abuse

Whoa! Late to the party, but I did not see that one coming...

Posted by: Dynaformer | March 17, 2010 9:52 AM | Report abuse

"Off the field" is huge territory. Are we talking about a locker room problem? Or is it something in Danny's life away from the team?

Szetela came through the USA youth ranks with high on-field marks and much potential. It's sad his baggage has outweighed his talent. I've criticized DCU's front office for many decisions but not this one. His potential was worth the gamble. Unfortunately, they lost.

Szetela's demise calls to mind another player who dazzled in the USA youth ranks but has struggled to fulfill his potential: Freddy Adu. Has Freddy's talent disappeared or is there an "off the field" reason for his seeming inability to hold a starting job as he slides down the European club heirarchy to the Greek second division? We can only hope that Adu makes the recovery that has eluded Szetela.

Posted by: runningcloud | March 17, 2010 9:53 AM | Report abuse

Szetela is truly a disappointment...in the matches in which he played, i felt he was not 100% into the game. I remember that Szetela and Giuseppe Rossi of Villareal were on the same U-10 squad in NJ and at almost every position they were solid; but Rossi was the only one that stood out to be a rising star with his technical skills and insatiable passion on the pitch. Although Szetela is skillfull, IMO, he always lacked the concentration and above all PASSION.

Posted by: juke2 | March 17, 2010 10:05 AM | Report abuse

"Putting this kid and others like Freddy into these situations at such an early age does nobody any favors and can have a pretty deleterious effect on some young lives."

Reach much? This worked both ways, in both cases. At SOME point, these "kids" have to adapt to being professionals. Putting the team first, saying no to that fifth jelly donut, etc. Those were the kids' choices to make, and they chose wrong, over and over and over again.

Posted by: Godfather_of_Goals | March 17, 2010 10:05 AM | Report abuse

If we hadn't taken Sztela, we would have been at the top of the allocation order, which means that we would have been able to grab Perkins for free. So, we basically lost Fred, the #7 pick, and allocation money for nothing. Ouch.

Posted by: jsm91 | March 17, 2010 9:18 AM
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That is dead wrong!! If we hadn't taken Szetela, we would have been at the top of the allocation order after Dallas added Heath Pearce...for a very brief time. I won't say I know when the allocation order was recalibrated -- possibilities are at the end of the 2009 regular season, after MLS Cup, or Dec. 31. I'm pretty sure that last date isn't the right answer, but it's the only one that comes close to giving DCU the first shot at Perkins. We traded up in the allocation to get Philadelphia's slot. Philly wasn't in the 2009 allocation order. At the time we dealt for him the allocation order had already been reset -- DCU moved down to 7th and Philly added to the top of the list.

It's true that we could have gotten someone other than Szetela, after Pearce was selected, if we'd passed on Danny originally. Based on what's understood to be Perkins' timeline in returning to MLS, I don't think it's true that we could have selected Perkins.

Posted by: fischy | March 17, 2010 10:06 AM | Report abuse

I am NOT implying drug use, but each new, young MLS player should be required to Steve's article on Santino to learn that, (1) they're not in youth soccer anymore, (2) they're not God's gifts to soccer, and (3) there are pitfalls and, if they fall in to one, that they can work their way out with introspection and help.

Posted by: I-270Exit1 | March 17, 2010 10:18 AM | Report abuse

Markt6 has taken his ball and left the playground forever.

I-270, thanks for the capital G. I hope that didn't hurt! And I agree with you completely.

juke2, thanks for the insight. Good stuff.

Posted by: Rand-al-Thor | March 17, 2010 10:32 AM | Report abuse

Remember when you fools dogged Tommy Soehn for not playing him, saying Danny was a top notch player because he played in Italy! Everybody blamed Tommy for his failure, now it's different. Get a clue DC fans. I come back to this site to laugh at you guys and this is way too funny. It proves that you guys have no soccer knowledge. This is too funny. I cant deal with your idiot comments anymore. Goodbye forever. Have your fun responding to this comment. It will be funny to see the responses of idiots trying to sound intelligent.

Posted by: markt6 | March 17, 2010 9:49 AM | Report abuse

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I want to respond but I can't, I just can't. Your post was just too witty. Enjoy recess!

Posted by: blackandred777 | March 17, 2010 10:48 AM | Report abuse

@blackandred -- It would have been better to just ignore the twit.

There is some equally shocking news breaking over on the Nationals' blog. The Nats released their starting right-fielder -- the young, deeply troubled, incredibly physically gifted and once highly coveted Elijah Dukes...a player the Nats took a risk in getting when he was unwanted by his previous team, but one they had extremely high hopes for...a potential future All-Star. Amazing symmetry with the Szetela situation....

Posted by: fischy | March 17, 2010 10:59 AM | Report abuse

I cant deal with your idiot comments anymore. Goodbye forever. Have your fun responding to this comment. It will be funny to see the responses of idiots trying to sound intelligent.

Posted by: markt6 | March 17, 2010 9:49 AM |
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How is he going to see our comments if he's gone forever? That doesn't sound so intelligent.............AND shouldn't it be "idiotic comments"? Just saying...

Posted by: boda-united | March 17, 2010 11:07 AM | Report abuse

(Disclaimer: The following is a rant, for those without the patience or stomach please simply scroll past and have a lovely day, Thank you.)

Ray Hudson is a saint, and is it bad that for some reason I already want Tommy back? I mean at least there was some continuity there, and we spent up to the cap. This is just pathetic. Even if they did sign Messi after the cup it's still a ridiculously imbalanced roster that in my eyes has no potential of even making the playoffs. Szetela was Szetela, we put ourselves out there as a club, took a risk on a euro flunkie, wasted an allocation slot, and got burned...again. The difference this time is that we don't really have a good midfield anyways, so what do we do? We've gone from a somewhat stacked veteran team to Rodney Wallace splitting time filling Fred's old spot and relieving Marc Burch while he licks his wounds. How is this a healthy way to start a season? Doesn't Curt want to keep his job past the World Cup break? Doesn't this club care anymore?

More and more with each day I am just simply DONE with this club. They have no future, and seem to care less and less about that fact with the passing of each year. For the first time ever I couldn't afford to buy season tickets this season. In years past this would have crushed me, but now I could care less. Does the club realize whats happening? I hope I'm wrong about all of this, but even if the team did manage to pull above .500 this season, they still have no stadium, and no real future in a city that doesn't really seem to care if they exist. Now maybe thats not really their fault, but after awhile the blame game gets a little boring, and you just have to be honest and say "look at what Seattle's done, look at New York, look at LA, look at KANSAS CITY for Christ's Sake! Other businessmen in other settings all unique, have been successful. Why haven't we? This organization has to make some serious changes or else DC United will not exist.

On top of all of this ranting about our "internal problems", the most obvious issue today is the strike. Does anyone here really think that the league, a year from now and in need of some financial trimming would be jumping through hoops to see United return to a likely restructured table? I don't. We are fat, and from a business standpoint we should be trimmed.

We are now years removed from being a "flagship" organization and if there every was a team to be dropped after a strike, it is us. Sure we might get our team back a few years later, and maybe even with a shiny new stadium in the works, but the reality of the present tense is that our clubs future is probably in a much higher category of danger than most of us think, or feel.

Posted by: pittmancb | March 17, 2010 11:19 AM | Report abuse

"I already want Tommy back"

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Wow. I know that many of us are concerned but I figured we'd at least get a few games into the season before hearing someone say he wishes Soehn were still here.

I am another supporter who's hoping that all that cap space will be used for some impact signings, and that there IS a cohesive plan here. I'll give Curt and the FO some time.

And let's let these guys show us something on the pitch, too.

Remember, this team did need to be blown up! Let's just hope that they can put it back together better (hopefully much better) than it was.

Posted by: PrinceBuster21 | March 17, 2010 11:35 AM | Report abuse

sure enough, the idiots respond. Fischy is the only smart one. Why respond? Dont you see that your giving me what I want, the pleasure of laughing at you guys more and more. I love it!

Posted by: markt6 | March 17, 2010 12:22 PM | Report abuse

To SoccerVA:

I am not saying that, and I'm not sure that there is even the implication of that in my post. What I meant was that MLS, in its zeal to create buzz for itself off the addition of a new young player, put a bright spotlight on the kid and put him under enormous pressure, just as it did with Freddy but to a lesser extent.

To Ron 16: Having said this, you are correct that at the end of the day, the answer is in the mirror. I didn't mean to omit that as a vital factor in the kid's outcome; all I'm saying is because of a variety of extraneous forces, he, like Adu, was set up for a greater chance of failure than success in MLS.

Posted by: lgm6986 | March 17, 2010 12:23 PM | Report abuse

If DCU fails again to make the play-offs, it falls on Kasper, who, because is essentially KP's butt-boy, has impunity. When KP was sick in '07, Kasper was giving him sponge baths.

Posted by: lgm6986 | March 17, 2010 12:28 PM | Report abuse

I cant deal with your idiot comments anymore. Goodbye forever.
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It is dishonorable to break your promises.

Posted by: I-270Exit1 | March 17, 2010 12:38 PM | Report abuse

This one is a surprise, but we are talking about the DCU front office which lacks a clue....

Posted by: tmcneil2 | March 17, 2010 12:57 PM | Report abuse

I personally did not think Szetela was horrible, just not worth as much as he was paid. I hoped part of that was the "Soehn's doghouse" issue, but I guess not.

I do have two questions though:

1. Where does real information about "off-field" issues come from? Some folks here seem to know, but I've never read anything specific here or elsewhere -- what am I missing?

2. Does it seem like there's a certain nasty spirit in the DCU clubhouse towards younger "star" players? Seems like Convey, Adu, Santino, and Szetela have gone through this to a degree. Gritty guys with no hype appear to fit in ok -- Josh Gros for instance. Or am I totally imagining this?

Posted by: teamn | March 17, 2010 1:48 PM | Report abuse

Could it be that the management has been told by Chang to keep cost down since he is losing a ton of money on this team?

I think the owner is a big problem right now. He needs a rich co-owner or he needs to sell. Otherwise there will not be a stadium ever for the present team.

Posted by: stephen_james2 | March 17, 2010 1:56 PM | Report abuse

While I believe Sohen moving on was the best move for the club, this just illuminates the off field problems the team had as a whole in 2009.

Last year people were throwing Tommy under the bus for not playing Szetela and now the next coach didn't even bother keeping him around. There were far deeper problems then were apparent to us.

As for cap room, Goff pointed out we had to spend $200K to aquire the rights for Perkins. I realize this doesn't count against the cap, but if Chang and company were planing on a 2.3 Million Dollar budget for players, I would think the transfer fee came out of it.

Don't forget Columbus spent very little on players and won the MLS Cup. The flip side was the insane amount of money New York dropped last year. Player salary does not equate to winning.

Posted by: SoccerVA | March 17, 2010 2:02 PM | Report abuse

Why does all of this cost cutting seem strangely familiar to the Caps a few years back? Unfortunately, DCU won't be saved by landing Ovechkin #1 overall in the draft.

Posted by: diego_r | March 17, 2010 2:40 PM | Report abuse

Dont you see that your giving me what I want, the pleasure of laughing at you guys more and more. I love it!

Posted by: markt6

D00d, just AFO&U already. :)

Posted by: SportzNut21 | March 17, 2010 3:56 PM | Report abuse

Why is everyone here convinced that we are actually going to use that cap space? All pre-season long, Onalfo has been repeating that he is happy with our current squad.

I'll say it again. I still trust Onalfo is a good coach and believe in his judgment, but he's used his 9 lives in my book.

Honestly, I think we are going to pocket the savings. No new players, expensive this season guys. Sorry.

Posted by: FAkeemail9875 | March 17, 2010 6:49 PM | Report abuse

A good move. Szetela was an expensive question mark for the team. Players should be fighting for leadership positions on the team - not whether they will marginally get by.

Other than whatever baggage Szetela was presenting, there were also questions about fitness and motivation. Coming back from the injury is the time to prove dedication to fitness and team.

Good luck Danny - but this makes me especially grateful for Tino, Pontius, and Wallace - young players working hard for the team.

Per the $$ - maybe it'll free the team to sign someone else. But I'm also happy sitting on that $$ for the time being if it allows the team to save the money and stay in DC to look for stadium options a little longer - or take their time for a great signing.

In the end, I'd rather have a young, mediocre DC team that plays hard and fights than a team that plays apathetically, is disorganized, and has no leadership (like in recent years).

Perhaps Onalfo's dropping Szetela is good sign of that. Hope so.

Posted by: inbetweenswims | March 17, 2010 9:05 PM | Report abuse

Well, those of you asking for the rumors about his off the field "challenges" to be substantiated, it only stands to reason that where there is smoke there is fire... but there is nothing stopping this kid from turning things around and making something of his career and perhaps become a valuable member of the USMNT someday. That's the good news. Bad news might be that he doesn't think there's a problem.

Funny interview with Wayne Rooney where he discusses topics you wouldn't believe:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4b46lSGeEMw

Posted by: dwreck1971 | March 18, 2010 12:01 PM | Report abuse

Also, someone wrote an open letter to Danny Szetela called "Dear Danny Szetela, What's going on Man?" about this whole situation:

http://www.onelovesoccer.net/apps/blog/entries/show/3175236-dear-danny-szetela-what-s-going-on-man-

Posted by: dwreck1971 | March 18, 2010 12:10 PM | Report abuse

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