Recently, after a major night out, I found myself in front of the ATM having inputed 2 incorrect PIN's and with only one left spent near 10 minutes thinking of the last. I got it wrong. It is now lost forever. After the loss to Ghana, our own collective major night out, the USMNT has also lost its personal identification style and we have not recovered it. Towards the end, Bob to his credit was experimenting, but as a man looking for answers not finalizing a theory. The gold cup final saw the best of what we can be and what we had become. Lost. JK enters as a relative outsider. He is noticeably light on tactics, experience, and formation and yet is challenging the players to forge their own. Thus far the failure of the players to manufacture this identity is likely ripping at the fabric of our team. I can't say I have the answers. In theory I like what JK is doing. I agree with what he is saying, but I also see that we need leadership: on the pitch, in the locker room, in the coaches room and in the board room. Personally, I would like to see a successful US MLS coach placed as a #1 assistant under JK. I would like to see a style developed, practiced and honed over the next 2 years and I would like to see the US play attacking, but not naive football. You forge an identity. You hammer it over time. You earn it. Thus far all we have been doing is talking about it.