James Galanis: “The U.S. Had Quality Chances”

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James Galanis former head coach of the Atlanta Beat and current director of the Universal Soccer Academy, join Randy & Mitch to discuss the U.S. draw with Portugal in the World Cup.

When asked his opinion on the U.S. Soccer team’s draw with Portugal, Galanis said “The US had quality chances that they didn’t put away. It’s a cruel game and that’s why we watch it.”

“He can’t do it by himself, Portugal is struggling and it’s obvious because Renaldo is the go-to guy.”, James Galanis shared on Portugal star, Renaldo.

Galanis believes that “Every world cup the game keeps winning more and more fans. People sit in front of the coach and actually realize that the game is pretty exciting.”
He also offered “The game is so big, we have 20 million soccer players in the U.S. It’s all about coaching. It’s about teaching the kids the skills and making them strong to play the game. We don’t have enough people teaching. They think the number 1 priority is winning.”

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