Anthony Hudson claims USA remains optimistic about Gio Reyna and aims to keep moving forward despite recent scandal.

US National Team Ready to Move On from Reyna-Berhalter Scandal with Spot in CONCACAF Semifinals Secured

The United States National Team has secured a place in the CONCACAF Nations League semifinals after defeating El Salvador in a thrilling match in Orlando on Monday night. These victories, including a resounding 7-1 win over Grenada last Friday, saw Borussia Dortmund winger Gio Reyna start both games after being benched during the 2022 FIFA World Cup, causing a scandal between his parents Claudio and Danielle and then-USMNT manager Gregg Berhalter.

However, interim coach Anthony Hudson has claimed that the team is now in a position to “look forward” after Reyna’s impressive performance on Monday. “Gio’s performance overall, I thought was really good. We didn’t have the best of first halves, but I thought he showed flashes of being our biggest attacking threat,” said Hudson. He also praised striker Ricardo Pepi for returning to his goalscoring form and sealing the USMNT’s trip to the Nations League semifinals.

Despite the scandal and controversy surrounding the USMNT, the team is looking ahead to a bright summer and possibly a new coach after Berhalter’s contract expired. The team will be heading to Las Vegas and is confident they can keep their winning momentum going. The US Soccer Federation is now waiting for a new sporting director before making a decision on a new coach, but in the meantime, the team is focused on their upcoming games and continuing to build their strength and skill.

Overall, the US National Team is poised for a strong future and is getting back on track after a challenging season. With talented players like Reyna and Pepi leading the way, the team is ready to take on any challenge and come out on top.

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