U.S. Men's Soccer Player Jozy Altidore Blasts ESPN Analyst for His Critique of U.S. Soccer’s Failure to Make Playoffs
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U.S. Men’s Soccer Player Jozy Altidore Blasts ESPN Analyst for His Critique of U.S. Soccer’s Failure to Make Playoffs

Jozy Altidore
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A Black player for the United States men’s national soccer team (USMNT) has had enough with criticism from a white ESPN analyst and took to Twitter to express his disgust with him.

Jozy Altidore was upset after hearing critique from former soccer player and ESPN’s Taylor Twellman about the status of the United States men’s national soccer team recently.

Taylor Twellman has critiqued the US Men’s Soccer team for missing the last four World Cups and he put them on blast via his Twitter account last week.

After viewing this video clip, Altidore went on his Twitter account and blasted Twellman.

After getting wind of Altidore’s statement, Twellman encourages others to donate to Altidore’s organization, The Jozy Altidore Foundation.

To which the soccer player responds:


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