Chris Wondolowski just finished the MLS regular season with 27 goals, a feat that hadn't been accomplished since Roy Lassiter pulled it off 17 years ago in a league that was much different (i.e., lower quality) than it is now. In fact, his goal-scoring rate over the past three seasons has been nothing short of phenomenal. With the national team Wondo has 8 caps so far but has yet to find the net. Despite his form in MLS, Klinsmann ignored him in the recent qualifiers, and the last time he saw the field for the USA was a 10-minute substitute appearance in the Canada friendly last June. So if he can't get called up while showing this kind of form is it ever going to happen for the guy? Is there any reason to believe that he'll have a part to play in our Hexagonal campaign (especially with the resurgence of Eddie Johnson)? Also of note is the fact that he'll be 30 years old in a few months, so the clock is ticking for him. Thoughts?