They do not answer to anybody. That is why Canadian men's soccer is where it is. There is no power at the base to do something and make those at the top responsible.
Just look at the movements from BC Soccer to CSA and back - always the same people. Soccer became an opportunity to many to have nice jobs, well paid, and without any responsibility. They will never let it go; no power or even enough interest from the base to do something so I do not see how anything can change for better.
Is there another football (soccer) association on this planet that hired a women's national team coach to manage men's national team? I do not know the answer but I think that the answer is most likely "No".
On the balance of play perhaps Mexico deserved it, but that PK was horseshit.
Especially at that juncture.
Sad as it ruined an excellent game up to that point.
Haiti had to change plans and push forward of course and then it became a run and gun thing for them with Mexico now instead of them on the counter attack in ET.
Haiti had done extremely well to stay in that match up to that dodgy call and not to sound like Steven Caldwell - Those two CB's for Haiti were immense.
Their whole back line was solid and Haiti's overall formation excellent until then.
Unlucky IMHO - They had a serious chance of knocking them off.