‘Don’t Renew’: USMNT Fans On Twitter Beg Greg Berhalter To Quit Role As Manager…His Current Contract Expires As Clocks Strike Midnight Tonight is set to be!
Greg Verhalter’s contract with the United States Soccer Federation expires at midnight. This has caused New Year celebrations for US soccer fans across the country.
USA advanced to the Round of 16 at the Qatar World Cup after finishing second in Group B.
In the end, the trip in the Middle East lost 3-1 to the more talented and experienced Dutch team.
Greg Berhalter was far from a fan favorite during his time as USMNT head coach.
Performances in international tournaments weren’t enough to upset Berhalter’s critics, with many welcoming the termination of his current contract on Twitter.
“Please don’t update,” one fan pleaded on Saturday.
According to reports in early December, negotiations were about to begin on a new contract with the incumbent coach.
Little more was heard in the weeks leading up to the New Year.
The majority of American fans were delighted to hear that Burhalter’s current contract with American football would end
Berhalter’s contract is set to expire but could be renewed before the USMNT play a friendly against Serbia on 25 January.
Some US fans acknowledged this possibility on Twitter, trying to educate and calm the excitement on display by commenting on most of the news.
“Many contract extensions are done behind closed doors and not made public until days or weeks after they are signed,” Huang wrote.
Unsurprisingly, there have been various memes and a wide range of tweets in response to the news of Bar Halter.
“Unfortunately, it is quite possible that Berhalter has already signed the extension and the USSF is waiting for the right time to announce it.”
Unsurprisingly, there have been several memes regarding the former Columbus Crew coach’s lapse.
Another had a photoshopped image of Arsenal’s banner in support of ousting former manager Arsene Wenger.
USMNT were brave in Qatar but lacked the talent and courage to finally beat Holland