With the Gold Cup under way as a (semi-) important tournament, I'd like to have a place to discuss it without the normal "The U.S. sucks, they can't compete with top teams, and etcetera" that floats around other places on the net. While these could be true, they are rarely followed by logical reasoning. Last night's game was mildly disappointing. I was happy to see Altidore get going, granted his goal should've been turned away by the goalie. He's strong and athletic, so I want to see him excel on the international level. My biggest disappointment centered around the crosses. I understand that you sometimes go near-post on corners, but Donovan wasn't even getting them to the box in the air. Other crosses were just off, long or short, and on the rare occasion they were somewhere in the right area no one seemed to go up and get it. Hopefully it gets better as they gel. Thoughts on the Gold Cup moving forward?