USSF Presidential Election

Discussion in 'Prem talk, Those Other Leagues, and International' started by jumpkutz, Sep 22, 2017.

  1. jumpkutz

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    Where do I register to vote for Wynalda?
     
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    He needs to fall on the sword and announce he won't run for re-election. Couldn't help but think of this thread last night so in the need to vent, checked out the position.
    • Gulati's day job is as an Economics Professor at Columbia. His salary as the President of the USSF? There is none (other then the countless 'bribes' er' perks).
    • The highest paying job at the USSF is the title of Secretary General, which is some dude named Dan Flynn for a $700K o_O
    I have no idea what Dan Flynn does, but it stuns me the current President doesn't treat his as a full-time job.
    First order of business, is to re-structure the USSF and make sure the President is compensated, but with the understanding that its 24-7 here, w/no side trips to Zurich to pat himself on the back.
     
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    Yeah I think there are too many ex-players in the mix. It will be interesting to see who steps up with a clear plan for the future.
     
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    Completely agree that there are too many players in the mix. There are also no candidates at all from outside the US Soccer bubble. If we want real change, real reform, it needs to come from outside. I'd really like to see someone like Oliver Luck involved. He's had an incredible career in sports leadership roles, including a short stint as President of the Houston Dynamo.
     
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    oh, praise the lord!
     
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    Well now...the game’s afoot!

     
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    MEAN GIRL FOR PREZ!!!!
     
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    I nominate Evan, simply for the Perfect Strangers reference.
     
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