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Should the Deuce be Cut Loose?

The lone American goal scorer from World Cup 2006 now has consistently played so poorly for the national team if the opponent is not Barbados, that his presence seems to actually help stagnate the side. Dempsey’s last good performance for the National Team against a decent opponent was last October […]

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American Grit

Keller/ from Getty Images McBride/from SI.com Pundits around Britain will no doubt be discussing Fulham’s great escape in the upcoming weeks. Seemingly dead, the London side strung together some improbable results, particularly away from Craven Cottage to escape relegation on goal difference. Was it Jimmy Bullard’s return from injury, the […]

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US National Team: Looking Ahead

The 2006 World Cup was a page turner for the United States. Not only because the result didn’t fulfill the pre-tournament expectations of many, but because of a coaching change and the departure of arguably four of the United States five most skilled players. (Eddie Pope, Claudio Reyna and Brian […]

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Beasley, Dempsey Create Havoc For China in Bradley’s Attacking Formation

With the United States fielding a virtual “B” team for yesterday’s full international versus China it was imperative for the two most experienced American attackers in the side to step up. Both DeMarcus Beasley and Clint Dempsey answered the call. Operating with more confidence in Bob Bradley’s 4-3-3 formation than […]

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Randon Thoughts

It was outstanding to see Clint Dempsey score the winning goal for Fulham yesterday. In fact it is probably the goal that will save Fulham from the drop. Maybe that will earn Dempsey a new contract, that until yesterday was totally undeserved. It was fantastic to see Jason Kreis, one […]

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Dempsey Headed to Fulham

Assuming Clint Dempsey’s work permit gets approved he will be the third American at the London club, joining Carlos Bocanegra and Brian McBride. Bocanegra scored the game tying goal at Stamford Bridge versus Chelsea on Saturday and Fulham are in the top half of the table and exceeding all expectations. […]

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