Jozy Altidore is biding his time.
That's really all he can do now that his dream move to Spain has turned into a bit of a nightmare, or at least the newest chapter of his European career has turned into once since moving to Xerez on loan.
Now, instead of being with one of the top teams in Europe, Altidore is dealing with a coach who won't play him, a president who's busy doing Tony Montana impressions in front of brothels all while watching his chances to impress U.S. national team coach Bob Bradley dwindle because of his lack of playing time.
Altidore spoke with the New York Times and addressed some of his concerns, and while he tried to keep a brave face on things, you can tell he isn't very happy.
What did you think of Altidore's comments? Are you confident he'll move past this hurdle? Looking forward to see what role he has in upcoming World Cup qualifiers? Curious what Villarreal will do with him next?
Share your thoughts below.