I am curious what the soccer community will do in the next 10 years that they have not done in the past 10 years.
All parties to this discussion seem to agree that a greater range and technical brilliance in dribbling and finishing skills can only help develop the U.S. into a world soccer power.
In the next ten years the Legends programs around the country will introduce a previously unknown level of deceptive dribbling and goal scoring focus to a greater cross section of soccer communities.
Each will have a unique curriculum designed to implement the strengths of the favela or barrio soccer culture within the organized sports framework here in America.
Street soccer will never return. Therefore our vision is one of creating an organized deceptive dribbling and goal scoring soccer culture by providing one-of-a-kind curricula, enlightened teachers and unique indoor training centers. Great innovation is necessary if we are to imitate the best of Brazilian soccer society (creative deception and rhythym) and combine their strengths with the best of American sporting society (e.g. work ethic, never say die attitude, discipline, character, honesty, ethics).
PS: "Likeable blowhard". I'm not sure if I should flattered or insulted