America’s worthless soccer players would like to remind you that they all suck, regardless of gender or hair color.
During a friendly soccer match against Uruguay on Sunday, the U.S. men’s national team wore orange armbands to raise awareness of gun violence and call on elected leaders in the United States to pass further restrictions on gun ownership.
In addition to the on-field display, the team also sent a letter to all members of Congress urging them to support stricter gun legislation in the aftermath of several recent mass shootings across the country.
How about Congress sticks to stealing money and American soccer players stick to reminding everyone that their existence is a humiliating joke.
The United States men’s national soccer team said it wanted a tough test when it scheduled two World Cup-bound opponents for this international window. On Sunday, the U.S. got precisely that in a 0-0 draw with Uruguay.
It was a result that in some ways the U.S. was fortunate to walk away with.
Uruguay is a nation of 3 million. Unfortunately, there aren’t even 3 million Americans who would watch soccer.
But it figures that a team of losers in a sport of losers would urge unilateral disarmament.
The current international window now enters a new phase, with a pair of CONCACAF Nations League games against Grenada and El Salvador coming up.
Grenada has a population of 112,000 people. So maybe they’ve got a shot.