Ouch. More here.
After losing all its World Cup final matches in Germany, a disgraced and jetlagged Costa Rican soccer team had to face taunts from a group of angry hecklers when it arrived home on Wednesday.
One heckler, 65-year-old truck driver Leo Herrera, suggested the players might do better in an industry for which, unlike soccer, the small Central American nation is renowned for its excellence across the globe.
'Sirs: Coffee pickers are needed,' read a sign he waved at the players. 'The only requirement: lack of shame.'
How about some suggestions for signs to wave at the US? I'll get us started...
'Donovan: Born high, forever don't try, shot velocity nil, Wanna hide forever? Shoot, if you want your cup to fill! They call you Mellow Yellow because you're a coward (quite rightly).'
Okay, it's a little verbose but you get the jist...