What I find interesting is that for someone who seemed convinced that he was an excellent coach, Bruce Arena doesn't appear that eager to get back into the coaching mix. When Bob Bradley was let go by New York, he didn't hesitate to jump at the next opportunity. Chivas USA turned out to be a smart move, because Bradley was able to rehab his resume just in time to take on the USMNT job.
Yet from what I hear, some observers believe Arena isn't even really looking - that he'd rather continue a broadcast career instead of coaching. Or maybe he'll become a soccer journalist. He sneeringly suggested at the World Cup that such a job would be very easy for him to do.
Part of me would like to see Arena try it - just like I was hoping he'd coach in MLS again, so his arrogance could have to deal with the reality that it's not as easy as he thinks.
However, the broadcasting career is more likely, because Arena's already done that before. I'm curious as to what readers who have heard him think of his talents in that regard. Should Arena go back to the booth?