Just a few short hours ago, the U.S. Men's National Team revealed their 23-man roster for the 2014 World Cup and there was one very notable name missing: Landon Donovan. While the decision was definitely shocking when you consider everything Donovan has done in a USMNT jersey, manager Jurgen Klinsmann summed up his decision by simply stating, "I just see some other players slightly ahead of him." 

Still, that hasn't stopped Twitter from weighing in on the news. From those individuals who feel that the 32-year-old was snubbed to others who believe that Klinsmann made the right call to some who simply chose the opportunity to kick a man while he's down, Twitter Was All Across the Board About Landon Donovan Getting Left Off the U.S. World Cup Soccer Team. Here's a roundup of them all.

And finally, check out the reaction on Twitter from Klinsmann's son after the news broke:

Donovan has already released the following statement:

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